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MONDAY 1st AUGUST


EventsGuide


PUTTING TOURNAMENT 2.30pm - Beach Gardens


The Open Putting championship starts today, so head over to Beach Gardens!


Competition starts 2.30pm, entries accepted until 6.30pm only


Entrance fee £3.00 per player.


Semi-final Tuesday 2nd August 6.30pm, Final Wednesday 3rd August 6.30pm


The sixteen lowest scores for 36 holes will qualify for the Semi- Final of 18 holes and the four lowest scores in the Semi-Final will qualify for the Final round of 18 holes. Prizes will be awarded to the four finalists. The ‘Ernie Coombes Trophy’ will go to the highest placed Swanage resident and the ‘Tom Bourne Trophy’ to the highest placed visitor. The decision of the Steward-in- Charge shall be final in all matters. If the greens are unfit to play, alternative dates will be fixed and displayed at Beach Gardens.


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER Oliver Miles, Estate Agents


CARNIVAL KITCHEN COOKERY


DEMONSTRATION 3.00pm – Sandpit Field Top Chef Mathew Cooks Up A Treat… Mathew, the head chef at the Grand Hotel and his sous chef, will be demonstrating how to cook a mouth-watering meal using the best ingredients from Dorset. They will then challenge you to try this at home, in your caravan and maybe even in your tent!


You will also have the opportunity to ask questions at the event so that you can find out more about their culinary secrets and skills. Details of the recipe and how to reproduce Mathew’s creation will be on the Swanage Carnival website.


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER The Grand Hotel, Swanage


FUN FILLED AFTERNOON FOR


CHILDREN 3.00pm to 5.00pm - Garden of The Crows Nest Inn, Ulwell Road Kick off Carnival Week in style and join us in the garden for a fun filled afternoon for all the family. Parents can lie back and relax while the children enjoy party games, play area and the music. Mums & Dads can reminisce about their disco days with a soul session that goes on into the evening, don’t just sit there - join in too! Emily will also be on hand to paint the children’s faces in wonderfully creative designs. All children are welcome but must be accompanied at all times. Barbeque served from 3.00pm.


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER The Crows Nest Inn


SWANAGE BAY SWIM Registration 6.00pm for 6.30pm start – The Stone Quay The ‘Bay Swim’ is one of Regatta & Carnival’s most established and popular events for competitors and spectators alike. Superb views of the swimmers can be gained as they swim between the


Parade, Mowlem and Stone Quay. So enter the swim or watch the competition along Swanage’s picturesque and historic seafront.


Full details page 21


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER Costcutter


MEN’S AND LADIES’ SINGLES DARTS Registration 7.30pm for 8.00pm start Swanage Conservative Club If you’re the next Phil “The Power Taylor” or Barnaveld, or just like to throw some arrows, then come along to this year’s Carnival Open Darts Competitions. If not, don’t worry, come along to join in the fun, you never know your luck! Turn up on the night. Entry fee: £2.00 per player Prize Money: Winner - £30.00 Runner-up - £10.00


Full details and sponsor list page 21


BINGO 8.00pm - Marquee, Sandpit Field For all you Bingo fans looking forward to our Bingo extravaganza, we have a triple helping for you. At £6.00 for 10 games and 2 flyers, a great value fun night for all the family.


If you enjoy tonight in the Marquee, then look out for tomorrow’s session at Herston Caravan & Camp Site, and the last ‘fix’ of the week on Friday afternoon back in the Marquee!


Full details page 21


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER Wordsworth Care Home


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