Alienation (Nigel on stilts) at Seaton Carnival
NIGEL Phillips is on his own as fellow A&A CC members take a gap year .
NIGEL Phillips is on his own as fellow A&A CC members take a "gap year".
The Kilmington-based club has won a clutch of gongs across the East Devon circuit since its formation.
Mr Phillips is also a member of the mighty Harlequin CC, of Ilminster.
On the East Devon circuit, he is in the single walking classes this year - as a robot on stilts.
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His Alienation entry has already taken top prizes at Bridport and Topsham.
In Topsham, the entry won 1st in its class and best overall walking entry.
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At Bridport, Alienation was the best walking entry and runner up in the best costume and most innovative categoies.
See Alienation at Seaton Carnival on Saturday (September 5).