Chard Carnival 2014 Video

12 10 2014

Lucky Program £100 Cash Draw

12 10 2014

The Draw for the £100 cash prize was done this afternoon by the Chairman Andy Chant in front of the Committee.
The WINNING PROGRAM number was number 15. Can the lucky program winner go into Sues Flowers in Boden Street to collect your winnings along with the winning program.
Thank you to Nova Homes for your kind sponsorship..

Chard Carnival 2014 Full Results

12 10 2014

Majorettes: 3rd Stardust, 2nd Ilchester, 1st Lyme Regis
Walkers Non Federation: 3rd Oscar Collins, 2nd Lily Cumming, 1st Friends CC.
Trade: 1st City Plumbing.
Walking Open: 1st Xtreme CC.
Walking Groups: 1st Cousins CC.
Class Pairs: 3rd Inferno CC, 2nd A&A CC, 1st Dee Gees CC.
Single Juvenile Walker: 3rd Nancy Stephenson, 2nd Rio Welsh, 1st Lorna Stephenson.
Single Adult Walker: 3rd Judy Williams, 2nd Jacks CC, 1st Andy Tizzard.
Open: 3rd Generations CC, 2nd Rascals CC, 1st Zem CC.
Mounted Youth: 1st Club 2000.
Comic: 3rd Harbourside CC, 2nd Poppe Inn, 1st 1+1 CC.
Tableaux: 2nd Unicorn CC, 1st Gemini CC.
Feature: 2nd Eclipse CC, 1st Harlequins CC.
Most Original Entry: A&A CC.
Best Youth Entry from Chard: Club 2000.
Best Routine/Pose: Eclipse CC.
Best youth Walker from Chard: Jess CC.
Spirit of Carnival: Lily Cumming.
Best Make up: Xtreme CC.
Mayors Choice: Zem CC.
Best Entry in Procession on foot: Dee Gees CC.
Best Costume on foot: Dee Gees CC.
Best Decorated Towing Vehicle: Harlequins CC.
Best Non Federation Entry: Friends CC.
Best Music on Float: Eclipse CC.
Most Colourful Float: Club 2000.
Best Lighting: Harlequins CC.
Best Costume on Float: Gemini CC.
Best Chard Float: Eclipse CC.
Public Choice: Generation CC.
Village Cup: Poppe Inn CC.
Best Charity Entry: Unicorn CC.
Best Overall in Procession: Harlequins CC.

Chard Carnival Route 11-10-2014 Start time 7.30pm

19 09 2014


100 Club Winners

19 09 2014

100 Club Winners
Feb-14 100 Club Winners 1st P Huggins 2nd Sue Viskari
Mar-14 100 Club Winners 1st Helen Lofthouse 2nd Jenny Rattenbury
Apr-14 100 Club Winners 1st J Lucas 2nd A Kenton
May-14 100 Club Winners 1st Jean Cline 2nd Judy Horner
Jun-14 100 Club Winners 1st Olive Welch 2nd Jane Steel
Jul-14 100 Club Winners 1st Martin Wale 2nd CGC Biscuit Fund
Aug-14 100 Club Winners 1st Linda van de Husen 2nd Marwood Toms
Sep-14 100 Club Winners 1st Ian Miron 2nd Mat Cline

Annual Veteran Vintage & Classic Motorcycle Run

19 09 2014


This has been an annual event for more than 15 years for veteran, vintage and classic motorcycles organised by Mr & Mrs Eric Stone and helpers. This year’s event is on Sunday 28th September and commences from Fore Street, Chard. After signing on in the Kelly Leigh Dance Studio, the first motorcycles leave at 11 a.m. for an 80 mile trip across some of the most scenic locations around Chard. It is a gentle ride across Somerset and Dorset, taking in some picturesque scenery with a lunch stop near Wincanton and returning to Chard for a cream tea.

In the past the motorcycles ranged from a 98 c.c. Brockhouse Corgi as used by the army to an 850 c.c. MV Agusta and a 2003 model Triumph Bonneville. Others include the famous Triumph Trophy, Norton Dominator, BSA Bantam and Velocette Venom. Riders come from as far as Torquay and Swindon to take part.

All proceeds go to Chard Carnival funds which are distributed to local

Up Coming and whats been going on for Chard Carnival

19 09 2014

Chard Carnival & Events 2014
As we enter into autumn in Somerset it can only mean that carnival season is right around the
corner. Our Chard Carnival committee has been raising funds throughout the year and are preparing
for our two processions in October.
The committee has recently run a Cash Bingo night on Saturday 13th
September. The event was great
fun for all involved and over £300 was raised towards Carnival expenses. Over the next few weeks
we continue to run events such as our popular Motorcycle Run starting from town on Sunday 28th
On Thursday the 18th Sepember at Cuttifords Door Garden Centre the crowning took place of Miss Chard and carnival Princess. The Mayor Jenny Kenton crowned the girls and congratulated them all on the £6,500 they raised which is a fantastic amount of money .
The winner of the Miss Chard contest 2014 is 13 year old Chelsie Bale. Chelsie is a pupil at Holyrood Academy and she raised money by holding cake sales, car boot sales and a number grid. Chelsie enjoys football.
Our Carnival Princess this year is 9 year old Maia Watson. Maia is a pupil of Redstart School and raised money by holding a garden party, car boot sales, yard sales, a raffle and bingo. Maia dances with the Kelly Leigh School of Dance and is a member of Ilminster swimming club.
This year we also have two Princess Attendants: Abi Winter aged 8 and Kaysha Hatson aged 7. They too held raffle ticket sales, car boot, selling cakes at there school, and held a family day at one of our local pubs.
Last years winner Patience Scott presented the winners with the Carnival Cup.

September and the Carnival Quiz at the Lordleaze Hotel; 7pm on Saturday 5th
The Children’s Carnival takes place on Saturday 4th
October starting at Manor Court School at 12
noon. The route will be down Mill Lane to Boden Street, up Fore Street past the Guildhall, along
Holyrood Street and then back to Manor Court. This normally takes less than 45 minutes and roads
will be closed at this time using a “Rolling Road block”.
Our main carnival procession takes place on Saturday 11th
October. The procession starts from the
Numatics Site at 7.25pm and follows a route through town via Old Town, St Marys Church,
Crowshute Link and then down the High Street finishing at Victoria Roundabout and exiting back into
the Numatic Site. Before, during and after the procession it is necessary for public safety to close
some of the roads in and around the town centre. These closures are effective from 6.30pm until
approximately 10.30pm. Diversion routes are clearly marked on the approach to town and all road
closures are manned by official marshals.
We’re hoping for a great turnout to both of our Carnivals and the events this year – the carnival
clubs have been working hard all year to make the processions great fun to watch. We hope you can
spare some change to put into the collections at both events. We couldn’t run a carnival without the
public and your continued support means so much to us. This year funds raised will be going straight
back into charitable causes in and around Chard and we would continue to welcome any potential
organisations to get in touch with the committee to be included on our list


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