Seaton Carnival 2009: RESULTS

PUBLISHED: 10:44 06 September 2009 | UPDATED: 00:08 16 June 2010

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Best overall: Sidvale CC – Rollin On The River. Most colourful: Ottery St Mary Carnival Royalty – A Queen for All Seasons. Best local: Joint – Confi-dance Youth Theatre (Bugsy Malone) and Jenny Ashcroft (Aqua Fairy).

Best overall: Sidvale CC - Rollin' On The River.

Most colourful: Ottery St Mary Carnival Royalty - A Queen for All Seasons.

Best local: Joint - Confi-dance Youth Theatre (Bugsy Malone) and Jenny Ashcroft (Aqua Fairy).

Walking individuals: 1st, A&A CC - Alienation; 2nd, Jodie Bea Mitchell - Through The Eye; 3rd, Roger Muspratt-Hamilton - Better the devil you know than the devil you don't.

Walking individual (under 16): 1st, Icle Ice - Aiden Peacy, Ottery St Mary; 2nd, Aqua Fairy - Jenny Ashcroft, Seaton; 3rd, Harvest Time - Rosa Batten-Stevens.

Walking groups and pairs: 1st, Old MacDonald - Evelyn and Jacob Bramall; 2nd, It's All In The Stars - Jess and Mary Batten-Stevens; 3rd, Dragon's Aura - Excaliber CC.

Walking groups (three or more): 1st, Space Bugs - Boogie Bass Bugs, Honiton; 2nd, Bugsy Malone - Confi-dance Youth Theatre, Seaton; 3rd, 100 Year of Guiding - Seaton and Beer members of Guiding UK.

Mini floats (non-motorised): Formula Fraud - Cameron Cooke.

Local organisations: 1st, Pirates of Penzance - Axe Valley Mini Club; 2nd, Wall E - Tower Services; 3rd, Royal British Legion.

Youth: 1st, Gypsy Glade - Jean Clave, South Brent; 2nd, Rainbow Under 5s, Axminster.

Open over 30ft: 1st, Sidvale CC - Rollin On The River; 2nd, What You Waiting For - Axminster Young Farmers' Club.

Royalty: 1st, Honiton & District Carnival - To The Ball; 2nd, Queen For All Seasons - Ottery St Mary; 3rd, Woodland Fantasy - Topsham Town Fayre.

Comical: 1st, Nunsford Nutters CC - Nutters Clean Up; 2nd, Nymphos CC - Nymphos On The Job.

Open Under 30ft: 1st, Budleigh Salterton CC - Rock Around The Clock; 2nd, Candy Lane - Ottery St Mary Venture Scouts.


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