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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Have you started making your crafts to decorate your house for Carnival Saturday? There's still time to find your creative side.

Let's fill the streets with bunting, paper chains, streamers and your carnival themed pictures.

Please post your pictures & tag us! #FleetCarnival

We can’t bring you the circus parade or the big top this year but how about we show you how to learn a new skill with balance and coordination? Learn to Juggle!

First make your no sew juggling balls downloading our guide and then watch this video!


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