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Following the success of last years Town Carnival, revived after more than 20 years, Saturday 28th June sees this years event.
The procession starts at the Cattle Market at the top of the Wenlock Road, go down towards Whitburn Street, the High Street, down New Road, along Underhill Street and finishing in Severn Park.
The Town Mayor will officially open the carnival at 1 p.m. after which there will be an afternoon of fun and interactive activities on the park. Watch and join in the arena events including dancing, dog and ducks, birds of prey demonstration and a tug of war. Community groups and organisations are having stalls and activities for all the family and commercial stalls join them. There is plenty of food, drinks and ice cream available. The evening welcomes local groups and singers onto the stage to entertain you with the evening being rounded off around 10 p.m.
There are still a few spaces left for a stall or a float so please contact [email protected] or look at bridgnorthtownevents.org for application forms and more information.