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Isle of Wight Mardi Gras 2018: Biosphere Island The Island’s next Mardi Gras will take place on June 29, 2019 with the official launch taking place from 6pm on Tuesday, October 30 at Quay Arts in Newport. Parade assembles: Ryde School Playing Fields, Queens Road, from 1.30pm, leaves at 3pm Route: Queens Road to Newport Street, High Street, Union Street, Esplanade. Finish at: Eastern Esplanade gardens for 5pm approximately. The Isle of Wight Mardi Gras, held in Ryde every last Saturday in June, is the company’s flagship event and showcases the very best of children and young people’s carnival experience through learning, creating and performance. We work closely with schools and colleges in the development of the event and the processes which contribute to it. Registration Form for schools and groups taking part
Help us celebrate the 130th Anniversary of the first Sandown Carnival ? More details coming closer to the event ? 26-07-19 Children’s Carnival – Move off 3pm 27-07-19 Main Carnival – Judging 6.00pm, Move off 7pm 28-08-19 Illuminated Carnival – Move off 8.30pm Phone: 07581 685 642 Website Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shanklin Main Carnival – 7th August (moving off at 7pm) Popham Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, PO37 6RF Phone: Secretary 01983 401534 / Chairman 01983 866419 Children’s Carnival – 6th August – (Judging at 1.15pm Move off 2pm) Palmerston Road, Shanklin, Isle Of Wight, PO37 6AS Illuminated Carnival – 10th August ( moving off 9.15pm) Popham Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, PO37 6RF
Welcome to the time honoured tradition of St Helens Sports and Carnival. In 2019 we celebrate our 120th anniversary of the first carnival, making our carnival one of the oldest carnivals in the Country. Held in the village of St Helens on the Isle of Wight every August Bank Holiday Monday, the village sports offer something for everyone (and by everyone, we really do mean everyone from tots to centenarians!). The relaxed, family, fun atmosphere makes for a great afternoon’s entertainment. Feeling energetic? Our annual tug of war always has makes for some surprises along the way with a combination of organised teams (from local families, businesses, organisations… and pubs!) and scratch teams put together on the day. In the evening we hold the annual carnival procession. Although it’s one of the shorter routes in the Isle of Wight’s carnival diary, it is still well attended. We’d love to see you on the day – for more information on the events, advertising in our programme, or if you’re interesting in joining us in delivering the events on the day, visit the contact page.