Will you apply to become the next Honiton carnival royalty?

PUBLISHED: 11:30 05 June 2016

Honiton Carnival Queen Jess Greenslade who is thirteen years old with Princess nine year old Lydia Joske. Ref mhh 5088-44-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

Honiton Carnival Queen Jess Greenslade who is thirteen years old with Princess nine year old Lydia Joske. Ref mhh 5088-44-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

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The town’s carnival committee has two seats to fill on its royalty float for this year’s procession.

Honiton Carnival Committee is currently looking to fill two seats for its royalty float for this year’s carnival processions.

Anyone wishing to be considered will need to send in a letter, telling the group about themselves and why they would like to be selected to sit on the float.

The minimum age of applicants is eight and they must be available every Saturday throughout the carnival season to attend all the carnivals.

The cut off-date for application letters is Friday, July 15.

On July 17, carnival committee members will go through all the letters and make their decisions.

Letters should be sent to: Mrs Helen Turner, 4 Whitefield, Wilmington, Honiton, EX14 9JJ.

If any business or company in Honiton or its surrounding areas would like to be a sponsor for Honiton Carnival, they are asked to get in touch with Mrs Turner on 01404 831733 or send a letter to the aforementioned address.

Mrs Turner said: “We have started work on the float for the first carnival procession, being held in September. We would love youngsters to put their names forward - it’s an honour as you will be representing Honiton.”


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