Congratulations to you all!

Sheringham Carnival Street Race Winners 2018

Children’s Race 
31st Northampton Boys Brigade (Disaster Zone)
Thomas Nelson & Mason Howard

Adult and Child Race
The Windsor Rose
Alex and Bruce Lockhart

Adult Race
The Newly Weds
Tom Codling and Kev Webb

Waiters Race
Kev Webb

Big Foot Race
Big Foot The Monster Truck
Emma White
Adam Groom
Ryan Nesbitt

Overall Winner  (The Pegg Cup)
Jurassic Park
Tallulah Darby
and Nick Dugdale

Best Decorated Pram
F1 Rose Racers
Kevin and RosePitcher


The Winning Entries for Sheringham Carnival Parade 2018

Trade and Business
1st Splash Leisure
2nd The Tyneside Club
3rd Little Sprouts Nursery
Highly Commended
The Sitting Room

Social and Charity
1st Lighthouse Community Church
2nd R.N.L.I.
3rd R.S.P.C.A. Sheringham

Family/Single/Pair
1st Codling Wedding Party
2nd Flower Fairies
3rd Jurassic Park

Youth Group
1st Sheringham Primary School and Nursery
2nd Open Sheringham Youth Group
3rd Marlene’s School of Dance
Highly Commended
Parallel Dance Studios

Vintage Cars & Bikes
1st Ayers Team
2nd Retro Campers Norfolk
3rd Biz

King of The Carnival 
(Best Pub/Club)
The Tyneside Club

Best In Parade
The Tyneside Club

 


Children’s Fancy Dress Competition

1st Prize 3-7 Polly Robins
Runner up 3-7 Aliana Weaving
Joint 1st 8-11 Florida Robins
Poppy Macready
Joint runners up 8-11
Isabelle Macready
Hunter McDonald

The winners of the Best Presented Shop and Staff

1st Starfish Cafe
2nd Blooming Blooms 
Joint 3rd – Robin Hood and Camellia Cottage Tea Rooms

All others received Highly Commended certificates.

Duck Race

1st Alex White……£50 cash prize sponsored by Bet Fred
2nd Alfie no surname taken…..£10 cash sponsored by Carnival Association
3rd Del Brown…£5 cash sponsored by Carnival Association
Medals were also presented

Ping Pong £50 cash prize sponsored by Woody’s Works
Joint winners…brother and sister…Noah and Alannah Hodgetts

Beach Clean

Oddest object found – won by Sydney Bannister (a giant cotton bud)

60/40 Raffles

Carnival have helped 12 organisations/charities raise funds by offering them the opportunity to participate in our 60-4O Raffle. That means the organisation gets 60 % of the tickets sales and each winner gets 40%. The cost of printing the tickets was sponsored by Roy Boys.

No 1 Love for Leo

Sold 423 tickets which means

£253.80 for Love for Leo

£ 169.20 for winner Roger Mart


No 2 Sheringham Viking Festival

Sold 266 tickets which means

£159.60 for Viking Festival

£106.40 for Lee (no surname)

This will help towards that expensive boat that we build and then burn! Thanks to all those who helped build and paint it in time for the parade on Wednesday….that’s a first!

No 3 Diabetes UK/Cancer

Sold 108 tickets which means

£64.80 Diabetes UK/Cancer

£43.20 for Jez


No 4 British Heart Foundation

Sold 147 tickets which means

£88.20 for BHF

£ 58.80 Harvey

No 5 Ladybird Pre-School….did not manage to sell any of their allocated tickets and asked us to add any sold by the Carnival into the Friends of Sheringham Primary School draw (which we have done)


No 6 Friends of Sheringham Primary School

Sold 250 tickets which means

£150 for FOSPS

£100 for J Sadler

 

No 7 Sheringham Youth Football Club

Sold 273 tickets which means

£163.60 for SYFC

£109.40 for Leanne Cude

No 8 East Cost Warriers

Sold 508 tickets which means

£304.80 for ECW

£203.20 for Liz

 

No 9 North East Norfolk Scouts (they sold tickets to help toward the cost of bringing the climbing wall to Sheringham for Crowning Day)

Sold 351 tickets which means

£210.60 for NENS

£140.40 for Diane

No 10 MS Society North Norfolk

Sold 312 tickets which means

£187.20 for MS Soc NN

£124.80 for Tricia Greenfield

No 11 Holt Sea Angling Club/Mundesley Independent Lifeboat

Sold 143 tickets which means

£ 85.80 for HSAC/MIL

£57.20 for Dave Hutch

No 12 Seal and Shore Watch

Sold 228 tickets which means

£136.80 for S&SW

£91.20 for D Tarry

No 13 Sheringham Dementia Friendly Community

Sold 423 tickets which means

£ 253.80 for SDFC

£169.20 for R Furmon

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A Two Night Stay in one of Sheringham’s oldest and smallest cottages

Donated by Chrissy Dent

Winner: Jenny Davis

Other Quizzes

Quiz

Winner

Stranger in the Window 

Prizes are donated by The Chocolate Box

Co-op Street Gang (Sheet 1)

Tom Gaskell (Sheet 2

History of The Lobster Pub

Donated by the Lobster Pub of course

Jane Crane

Anagrams

£20 cash prize sponsored by Roger Lee Optometrist

Heather Shepherd

Wordsearch 

£20 cash prize sponsored by Picaroons B&B

Kaitlin Stursberg

Cryptogram

£20 cash prize sponsored by Bumblebarn Bell Tents

Dianne Tipper

Spot the Difference

£20 cash prize sponsored by Picaroons B&B

Sophie

Whose Flag can you see?

£20 cash prize sponsored by Holway House

Karen & Phil

Selfie Street

£25 cash prize

Louise Stone for The Boulevard

Town Treasure Hunt – click here to download the answers

£20 cash prize sponsored by Westcliffe Gallery

Rachel Brooks

Car Treasure Trail

£20 cash prize sponsored by Picaroons B&B

The Andy and Jamie Wright Memorial Cup was also presented to the winners

The Creasey Family

Chalk A Picture

 

Sponsored by Joyful West
Organised by Creativity and Stubbs Mugs
Cash prize and special mug for all winners

Winners…

0-3 Freddie
4-6 Haydon
7-9 Taylor
10-12 Maisy
13-16 Orla
17+ Andrew

Crowning Day Competitions

Bowling for the pig…..£25 M&D Voucher and pig cuddly toy
Highest score of the day….Emily

Hole in One…..Voucher for The Bank Restaurant
Highest score of the day……Olivia

Dunk a Duck….£10 cash
Highest score……Fred

The Incleborough Picnickers –  the age difference between the youngest and the oldest members of the family is 72 years!

The Three (Norfolk) Peaks Challenge

4 x £25 vouchers were kindly donated by Blyth & Wright

 

Most Sponsorship Raised…..David and Margaret Bickford for MS Society North Nofolk – £264 raised in sponsorship plus their £25 winning voucher.
Fastest Runner….Darren Neale – 38 mins
Fastest Family…..Derek Peel and his daughter Chloe Collins – 2hr 1 min
Lisa Harrison and Iwona Kordowska won ‘the best time for the longest detour’ – 7.73 miles in 2 hrs 24 mins.
The total sponsorship raised was £868 collected by 14 people…..including 4 youngsters from East Coast Warriors.