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All set for the Harlow Carnival 2018

Lifestyle / Fri 24th Aug 2018 at 04:25pm

All set for the Harlow Carnival 2018

THE final preparations are being made by Harlow Council for the return of the carnival this Sunday 26 August 2018

www.harlow.gov.uk/carnival

Around 1,000 people representing some 40 different organisations will be part of this year’s carnival parade.

The confirmed line-up is as follows:

Harlow Running Club
Essex Police Cadets
Harlow Steel Band
Harlow Playhouse
Whiskers LLP Solicitors & Notaries
Hub + Spoke
Kazen Kai Martial Arts
Attwaters Jameson Hill Solicitors
EXL Driving School
St John Ambulance

Harlow Hospital Radio

The Princess Alexandra Hospital
Studio 206
Carol’s classic American Police Car
Mind in West Essex
St Elizabeth’s Centre
Harlow Homes Estate Agents

Harlow Sea Cadets

Epping Ongar Railway

HTS

Arriva Herts and Essex

Hip Hop Pop

16th Harlow Scouts

Dance Fusion Harlow

Upwards with Downs

Amethyst Flames Majorettes Of Harlow

Cineworld

Bounce

Harlow parkrun

St Clare Hospice

BMAT STEM Academy

Sir Frederick Gibberd College

Burnt Mill Academy
The little cows sweet shop
Nando’s Harlow
Slimming World
Galleon Travel – Trustybus
Harlow Guide Dogs
MGM Clinics
Naturally Attuned Nordic Walkers
Christ Embassy Harlow

The organisations will make their way around the parade in floats or other vehicles or by walking or running the route! In addition there will be a traditional town crier leading the parade along with star dancers and 2 stilt cyclists. There will also be six child-themed acts along the 2.4 mile route to keep the crowds entertained.

It all starts from 12noon when the parade leaves Bush Fair to make its way to the Town Park in time for the Linkfest performing arts festival which takes place on The Showground.

Over 100 stewards will be working at the event.

Councillor Mark Ingall, Leader of Harlow Council, said: “After a long absence the carnival returned to Harlow last year to mark the town’s 70th birthday and proved so popular we vowed to make it an annual event again. It’s one of those things we want to give back to residents every year – a day of celebration. The Carnival is the perfect platform for local groups, organisations and businesses to showcase their talents and work and they will get to do this in front of hundreds of people who are expected to line the streets.

“With all those people taking part and helping to run it along with those on the streets watching it, the carnival will truly be the people’s carnival. We look forward to seeing you all on Sunday.”

The route, the temporary road closures, the first aid and lost children points can all be found on the map at

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