2015 Tarporley Carnival

Sat 11th July 2015 at 12.30 -

The Annual Tarporley Carnival

2015 Carnival Poster

The Parade beings in the High Street at 12.30pm and proceeds to the Community Centre and onto the Showground. 

Organised by Tarporley Rotary Club & the Tarporley 41 Club

Tarporley Carnival 2015

Welcome to Tarporley and to our 2015 Summer Carnival!  We have chosen a Nursery Rhyme theme this year to give everybody the opportunity to dress up!

This is our 23rd Carnival and there is a lot on offer to entertain you. The High St Parade starts at 12.30pm and the grand opening in the field behind the Community Centre is scheduled for 1.25pm.

In the arena we have the Pipe Band, two fantastic displays by Mad Mountain Bikes and the opportunity to try out four  Segways provided by Cheshire Segways based at Blakemere. Mad Mountain Bikes will also be holding stunt riding workshops during the course of the afternoon. Roll up, roll up!

In the marquee we have the Jazz Band, the very popular Decibellas Ladies Choir and the Tarporley Primary School Choir.

The side shows include a Climbing Wall, a Punch and Judy, a Stilt Walker and a Circus Skills workshop - all of which are free of charge. There will also be the usual amusement rides.

To keep you well fed and watered we have the Beer Tent, Pimms Tent, Tea and Cakes Tent, Barbecue stall, and Ice Cream stall.

All the above amounts to an exciting and enjoyable afternoon, so get stuck in and enjoy yourselves!

Tarporley Guide 2015

This Brochure contains an eight page guide to the 60 or so clubs, organisations, associations, schools, churches etc., active in the village. It’s worth keeping the Brochure in case there is some activity in the village you would like to know more about or get involved in. Newcomers are always welcome!

About the Carnival Committee

The Carnival is organised by the Rotary Club of Tarporley and Tarporley 41 Club (of ex Round Tablers). All the profits are donated to charities and voluntary organisations in and around Tarporley. You can contact us at:  tarporleycarnival@gmail.com The Committee members this year are:

Chairman and Licensee:                    David Seeney (Rotary)

Secretary, Field and Manpower:        Jim Webb (Rotary)

Treasurer                                           Ron White (Rotary)

Arena, Side Shows                            Andrew Wallace (Rotary)

Master of Ceremonies                       Tom Kenny (Village volunteer)

Programme, Publicity and H&S:        Tony Yeates (Rotary)

Parade and Queens:                          Richard May (41 Club)

Stalls:                                                 John Smith (Rotary)

BBQ                                                   Peter Elvin (41 Club)

Equipment & facilities:                       Stuart Shaw (Rotary)


Programme

(Timings subject to change)

12.30pm    High St Parade to Eaton Road field

1.10pm     Parade Judging and band playing in marquee

1.25pm     Carnival Queens and Grand Opening

1.40pm     Pipe Band in the arena

2.00pm     Mad Mountain Bikes in the arena

2.15pm     Jazz Band in marquee

2.30pm     Cheshire Segways in the arena

2.45pm     Decibellas Choir in the marquee

3.10pm     Primary School choir in the marquee

3.30pm     Mad Mountain bikers in the arena

4.00pm     Jazz Band in marquee

4.30pm     Close

Thanks to our helpers:

Our heartfelt thanks go out to all those whose hard work has helped to make the 2015 Tarporley Carnival happen. In particular we would like to thank the following:

  • All those who have prepared floats and taken part in the Parade

  • The Carnival Queens and their helpers

  • The stall holders

  • Those who provided entries for the Guide section of the Brochure

  • The brochure advertisers, who provided much of the funding

  • Neuromuscular Centre Design & Print for publishing and printing the Brochure

  • The Rotary and 41 Club members who take part

  • The village volunteers and friends of Rotary who helped

  • Inner Wheel Club for staffing the Tea and Cakes tent

  • National Women’s Register members for staffing the Pimms Tent

  • Tarporley Scouts for lending two large tents

  • The Community Centre for use of the field and the rest room facilities

  • Nick Brookes Group for providing a large rubbish skip free of charge

  • BAM Nuttall for arranging the street closure signage and managing traffic

  • Cheshire Farm Ice Cream for the ice cream stall and lending a chiller van

  • AB Construction for erecting and dismantling the High St bunting

  • Jigsaw Medical for providing First Aid cover