East Devon Carnival Circuit results 2008

PUBLISHED: 11:51 10 December 2008 | UPDATED: 22:46 15 June 2010

THE all-singing, all dancing Mickey's Express, fielded by Sidvale CC, took most points on this year's East Devon carnival circuit.

THE all-singing, all dancing Mickey's Express, fielded by Sidvale CC, took most points on this year's East Devon carnival circuit.Newton Poppleford Carnival Committee hosted this year's circuit presentation night, held at Sidford Social Hall last Friday.Other results were: Open class - Sidvale CC (Bob Newberry Cup); runner-up - Axminster Young Farmers' Club (Peter Perryman Trophy).Royal Queens: Topsham Fayre Committee with Pretty As A Picture (Elizabeth Svensden Shield); runner-up - Ottery St Mary Carnival Committee with Flower Fairies (East Devon Shield).Thirty feet and under: Ayshburton Stannery CC with Ride of the Valkeries (Beavis Paver Cup); runner-up - Hillside Garage with Thriller (Hazel Parsons Memorial Shield).Youth class: South Brent Carnival Club with Boogie Belles (Seaton and District Lions Club Trophy); runner-up - Seaton Explorers Scouts Carnival Club with Wild Boyz On Tour (Mr and Mrs Salter Trophy).Comedy class: winners Nymphos Carnival Club and runners-up Nunsford Nutters Carnival Club jointly received Lord Jeff Memorial Shield and The Station Garage, Sidmouth, Shield.Non-motorised walking with props: Cameron Cooke with Jungle Safari.Motorised walking with props: 1st Honiton Scouts with Dr Who.Most colourful entry: Boogie Bass Bugs, Honiton (Midweek Herald Trophy).Best costumes and make-up: Eclipse CC with Medieval Legend (Maureen Harding Memorial Trophy).East Devon Carnival Queen: Ottery St Mary (East Devon Rose Bowl).Walking single: Lyn Tutty with Twelve Days of Christmas (Sidvale Carnival Trophy); runner-up - Emma Whitton as Willow Pattern.Walking pairs: J & R Batten-Stevens as Little Chief Big Totem (Fred Pears Memorial Cup); runner-up - Swain Family as Thomas and Friends.Walking groups: Laughter Unlimited with Clowns Not Enough Circuses (Hillside Garage, Honiton, Trophy).Most improved: joint winners Seaton Explorer Scouts and Sid and Otter Vale Young Farmers' Club (Wild West).

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