Wellington Carnival - Xtreme CC
Ilminster walkers play their cards right.
XTREME CC, of Ilminster, played their cards right at Wellington Carnival.
The club came up trumps for crowds with this stunning entry in the walking group class.
Xtreme was formed circa 2004, influenced by the glittering likes of the Miller family in Ilminster.
After a freezing start to the day, warm sunshine into the early evening guaranteed good crowds at this year’s spectacle.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Midweek Herald provided a marshalling team on behalf of Honiton and District Carnival.
Once again, we were on patrol in Rockwell Green – where crowds were good natured and kept well back from procession entries.
- 1 Farmers' naked calendar is a smash hit for charity
- 2 Explained: What the cost of living support package means for you
- 3 Hobby cannabis grower from Axminster busted after he 'got greedy'
- 4 Candidates lining up to replace Neil Parish in Tiverton and Honiton
- 5 Seaton gets set to celebrate The Queen
- 6 Honiton camera club hold snap meeting
- 7 Honiton's oldest paper-boy retires
- 8 Vanity Fair play to be performed at the Beehive
- 9 Aldi to take over Co-op site in Seaton
- 10 Axminster Queens Jubilee events
Carnival chairman Jo Chave pulled off another big night for Wellington, despite having just a small committee.
This tireless carnival volunteer deserves praise for her continued, appreciated efforts.
Gemini CC, of Ilminster, was unable to make Wellington, but is expected to be on the road soon.