HONITON: Hannah is crowned queen

PUBLISHED: 12:48 30 August 2010

Crowning of the Honiton carnival queen 2010 (Hannah Enticott) by mayor Peter Fleming outside St. Paul's church.; Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 0708-35-10AW

Crowning of the Honiton carnival queen 2010 (Hannah Enticott) by mayor Peter Fleming outside St. Paul's church.; Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 0708-35-10AW

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Town centre event signals the start of the East Devon illuminated carnival season.

Crowning of the Honiton carnival queen 2010 by mayor Peter Fleming outside St. Paul's church. Mayor Peter Fleming and Helen Turner from the carnival committee with the 2010 queen Hannah Enticott (10yrs), Isabel Stamp (14yrs), Zoe Braunton-Turner (15yrs), Sophie Elliott (10yrs) and Zara Sillicott (10yrs).; Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 0726-35-10AW

THIS is the moment Hannah Enticott became Honiton’s new carnival queen.

The 14-year-old Honiton Community College student was crowned by the Mayor of Honiton, Councillor Peter Fleming, in the town centre on Saturday.

As you can tell by her stunning dress, this year’s royal float has a theme.

You can find out what the theme is by watching Seaton Carnival on Saturday.

The 8pm procession is the first on the East Devon illuminated carnival circuit.


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