1 & 2: The band of the Air Force Cadets and seen marching on Cemetery Road from
the carnival field at the Tarn (Dam).
3 & 4: Two smiling police officers and two paramedics on duty at the
5 & 6: Pupils and adults representing Queensway School on Cemetery Road.
7 & 8: Vehicles which took part in the Carnival parade.
9: 10 & 11: Children from Westfield School in various costumes for the carnival theme
which was Independence Day.
The location is Cemetery Road, Rhode's garage is on
12 & 13: A green MGC and a Jowett Javelin on Cemetery Road, they were taking part
in the parade.
14: 15 & 16:Rufford Park Primary School taking part in the carnival parade.
17 & 18: The Rapide Brothers entertaining the carnival crowds, the location was the
19: Carnival field at the Tarn (Dam) with a bouncy castle, roundabout and other
amusements to entertain people and children.
20 & 21: Vehicles carrying the Carnival Queen and her attendants on Cemetery
22 & 23: Children from Westfield Infants School in the carnival parade progressing
along Cemetery Road.
24: 25: 26:Classic cars taking part in the carnival parade.
27: A group of motor cycles taking part in the carnival, the middle one has a
"Minion" (children's cartoon) figure on the front.
28: A fire engine, one of the vehicles taking part in the carnival
29: One of the many volunteers who work tirelessly to ensure the success of the
carnival, without their time and efforts there would be no carnival.
held a carnival for over a century, the donations were once given to the local
hospital fund in the days before the NHS was founded in the 1940s, now the
monies raised are donated to charities.