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2011 Index page

The Carnival weekend went off well. The George stayed open (don't ask!) and the weather stayed good. Below are some of the highlights of the Carnival as a whole. There are more pics on individual pages covering each part of the weekend. Use the links above and at the bottom of this page to reach them.

Metal Man turned up at 4am on Saturday morning. (He's the one holding the torch - not the one holding the mug!)

 

President Sid Newcombe, with Queen Hannah, Princess Amy and Prince Zak during the Island Party when the Prince and Princess were selected.

Rounding the supermarket corner at 5am Carnival Morning..

On the 2011 World Tour from Folly Gate to Northlew to Hatherleigh, to raise money

The Cornish Wurzells played at the Island Party.

 

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