Bus fare: £2 return, £1 child, £5 family ticket
This year’s winner was Vincent Wright. He spotted all the differences and won a £20 cash prize sponsored by Picaroons B&B.
The picture shows Vincent with his Dad receiving his prize from Picaroons B&B
Well done Vincent!
On Sunday 11th August, at 2.30pm, as part of the Sheringham Lifeboat Day, Gary Powell presented cheques for £505.50 to both Stuart McClean of Sheringham Carnival and Brian Farrow of the RNLI.
Gary raised the funds through a series of talks he gave through the winter on the sinister side of London. His extensive experience as a police officer in the city giving him a particular insight. The talks at The Masonic Hall were organised by Sheringham Carnival and were very popular. It was always Gary’s intention to share all proceeds equally between Sheringham Carnival and the RNLI.
Both Sheringham Carnival and the RNLI really appreciate Gary’s generosity and say a massive THANK YOU!
Find out more: www.garypowellauthor.co.
Tuesday 6th August had an air of unpredictability, weather wise which may have put some people off. It didn’t deter our intrepid group of 8, however, who set off from the War Memorial to follow the coastal path towards Weybourne, and back via Sheringham Park. Andrew Cunningham-Brown, Sheringham’s Town Crier, gave a rousing send-off to four of the ramblers, the remainder (who, unfortunately missed the chance of being in the group photo) caught up shortly afterwards. It was a great opportunity to get out and enjoy our wonderful North Norfolk landscape.
A much appreciated £14 was raised for Sheringham Carnival funds.
Sheringham Carnival would like to thank Jasmine for organising and leading this event, everyone who took part, and Andrew for his support.
We were all challenged by the general knowledge quiz at The Crown on Monday 5 th August. A well-placed speaker enabled the people sitting outside to join in and ponder the mix of visual and
traditional clues, with the first being asked by our Carnival Queen, Emma.
The winner of the £50 voucher, kindly donated by The Crown, was the ‘Carnival Blues’. There were vouchers for 2nd and 3rd places too, £30 and £20 respectively.
The £246.00 raised will be divided equally between The Playpark Revamp and Sheringham Carnival.
Thanks to Neil for being Quizmaster and to The Crown for hosting.
Sheringham Carnival have helped 9 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. The result of each draw is shown below:
No 1 Sheringham Youth Football Club
|Sold 821 tickets which means||£492.60 for SYFC||£328.40 for winner……George|
No 2 Sheringham Dementia Friendly Community
|Sold 354 tickets which means||£212.40 for SDFC||£141.60 for winner……Alspach|
No 3 Friends of Sheringham Primary School
|Sold 216 tickets which means||£129.60 for FofSPS||£86.40 for winner…….Pam|
No 4 MS Society North Norfolk
|Sold 320 tickets which means||£192 for MSS NN||£128 for winner……M Pugh|
No 5 Viking Festival
|Sold 300 tickets which means||£180 for Viking Festival||£120 for winner….Liz W|
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
No 6 Seal and Shore Watch
Unfortunately there was a mishap with these tickets which we were only made aware of very recently. The only tickets sold were from the Carnival caravan…..therefore the prize money is somewhat smaller than anticipated.
|Sold 16 tickets which means||£9.60 for S&SW||£ 6.40 for winner…..Maggie, who donated her prize to Carnival funds|
No 7 East Coast Warriors
|Sold 188 tickets which means||£115.80 for ECW||£72.20 for winner…Brenda|
No 8 Love for Leo
|Sold 317 tickets which means||£190.20 for Love for Leo||£126.80 for winner…..Mollie|
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 170 tickets which means||£102 for NENS||£68 for winner….Mr Allison|
Parent and child….Kevin and Rosie
Best Decorated…..Kevin and Rosie (Ghostbusters)
Best Overall…Tom and Kevin (Thomas the Tank)
Wheelbarrow Race….Donatas and Queen Emma
Adult Race….Sinkhole Dave (Lobster)