Covid-19 Update

Following our committee meeting earlier this week it is with sadness that we have decided to postpone the 2020 Fleet & District Carnival to Saturday 3rd July 2021.

As you can imagine, this was a very difficult decision for us to make after all the hard work and commitment that has been put in from our own committee, local businesses and the community but due to the current circumstances and government advice it is the right decision.

We would like to think that all our hard work hasn’t gone wasted for this year so we will be carrying over the 2020 theme, Circus and also our 2020 charity, Church Crookham & Fleet Men’s Shed to the 2021 Fleet & District Carnival.

We are getting in touch with everyone who is involved with the 2020 carnival as quickly as possible, so please be patient with us as we have a lot of reorganisation and decisions to make over the next coming months.

We will also be deciding the best way forward for the 2021 charity nominations which we have had so far, so please bear with us for the time being.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us throughout the years and especially at these very difficult times. If you have any questions, please contact us and we will try to answer as best as possible.

We will be hosting some virtual events throughout the next couple of months so watch this space!

And in the meantime, we hope you and your families are staying safe, and look forward to seeing you for the best carnival EVER in 2021!

Fleet Carnival has been at the heart of the local community for over 60 years.

Most people think that the Carnival is run by the various Councils and some think that we have a huge committee. In actual fact, whilst we have great relationships with our local Councils, they are not a part of our committee. Our committee fluctuates between 12-20 people each year. Every single one of us is an unpaid volunteer. Yes it is hard work BUT as the biggest and oldest event in Fleet that is hardly surprising. That said, there is something quite magical about seeing the hundreds of people lining the streets and flooding onto Calthorpe Park over the weekend.

The Carnival Committee.

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Congratulations to the carnival artwork competition winners of the age 10 - 11 years category:

Anna Perry - Yateley Manor School - Category Winner

Sophie Perry - Yateley Manor School - Category Runner Up
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Congratulations to our carnival artwork competition winners of the age 8 - 9 years category:

William Locks - Elvetham Heath Primary School - Category Winner

Clemie Ayers - Art With Angie - Category Runner Up
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We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who entered our 2020 Carnival Artwork Competition.

We have had some awesome entries and over the Easter weekend we will be posting them all up for you to see what talent we have in the community.

Keep an 👁️ out 🙂

We would like to give a big shout out to everyone who helped us raise funds through the Waitrose Community Matters scheme.

Thanks to you all we have a lovely contribution to our carnival charity.

And of course, a massive thank you to @waitrose 🙂

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