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Swanage Regatta & Carnival 30th July – 6th August 2016


CARNIVAL PIMM’S & PROSECCO BAR 12 noon to 11.00pm - Marquee Front, Sandpit Field


Come on up to the Pimm’s & Prosecco Bar for a refreshing glass of Pimm’s, or the sparkling fizz of an exotic Prosecco! Full details page 9


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER Purbeck Ice Cream


BINGO


12 noon to 2.00pm (approx.) - Marquee, Sandpit Field


One last chance to exercise that ‘Bingo Hand’ for all those Bingo fans who enjoyed our evenings earlier this week. Eyes down promptly at 12 noon, this is a fast moving ‘Bingo Hit’ to lift spirits and guarantee loads of laughs and fun! At £3.00 for 5 games and a flyer, a great value fun afternoon for all the family. Full details page 21


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER Wordsworth Care Home


FRENCH BOULE DOUBLES


KNOCKOUT TOURNAMENT Registration from 12 noon for 1.00pm start - Recreation Ground Entry fee: £2.50 per person, limited spaces available.


On your own or with a friend, come to join us for a fun afternoon of French Boule. We can always find you a partner (if you don’t have one) to play this team event. Don’t worry if you’re not sure of the rules, we’re here to help.


The final is played early evening and the pressure is intense so don’t miss it!


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER The Red Lion and Tawny’s Wine Bar


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS ORGANISER Andy Weeks


CARNIVAL’S GOT TALENT


‘GRAND FINAL’ 2.30pm to 3.30pm - Marquee, Sandpit Field


The final of the biggest talent show around! -make sure you are at the Main Stage to see the very best of this year’s talent, battling it out for your votes to become 2016’s Young Star, Adult Champion or The Jesse Jones Champion! The overall winners of the Grand Final will be purely decided by the public vote so come along and support your favourite act!


EVERY VOTE COUNTS! Full details page 23


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER Keith Dixon


WHEELBARROW RACE 7.30pm - start at the Mowlem, Seafront A record 50 teams of energetic people participated in last year’s fantastic race, so come along, line the streets, support a team and be sure to bring plenty of loose change - lookout for some NEW ‘TWISTS’ this year and great fancy dress! Full details including Team Entry page 27


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS SUPPORTER Curry Monster and all of the pubs visited


MUSIC IN THE MARQUEE RUBY & THE ROUGHCUTS 8.00pm to 8.45pm - Sandpit Field Three years in, Ruby and the Roughcuts are an authentic rock ‘n’ roll band playing the finest rock ‘n’ roll, rockabilly and voodoo beats in Dorset! … So let the rhythm take you over, and get dancing! See ‘Music in the Marquee’ on pages 34 & 35


Don’t forget to mark in your diary!


29th July to 5th August 2017


www.swanagecarnival.com


MUSIC IN THE MARQUEE THE BOURNEMOUTH RATPACK 9.00pm to 11.00pm - Sandpit Field A nine piece jazz/swing band based in Bournemouth recreating the classic songs immortalised by the legendary Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jnr and Dean Martin, and many more… this exciting band will have you dancing the night away! See ‘Music in the Marquee’ on pages 34 & 35


CARNIVAL KARAOKE 9.00pm - The East Bar, High Street Over 18 years only


The night Sam Smith, Rihanna and the stars have been waiting for!


Come on down to have a sing and a laugh at this very popular fantastic event, held at the ‘Bar with the Buzz’ and be a ‘Karaoke Hero’! It costs only £2.00 to sing, which goes straight to Carnival proceeds. So you’ve got talent? - make sure you’re here tonight! Look out for the Carnival Committee ‘Sing Along’ and be sure to bring plenty of spare change.


CARNIVAL 2016 THANKS ORGANISER The East Bar


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