IN VIDEO – Easter eggs and bonnets raised funds for Tamworth Carnival

Wednesday, 4th April 2018

CHILDREN gathered at Bolehall Manor Club on Saturday 31 March to hunt for Easter eggs and take part in a bonnet competition; all to raise funds for the Together 4 Tamworth Carnival which takes place in June.

The Easter Egg event was organised by Together 4 Tamworth and offered a whole raft of entertainment for local children and their parents.

The Deputy Mayor, Cllr Peter Thurgood and his wife Ann picked the best Easter Bonnets and the winners were Dylan Thomas aged 5 and Elizabeth Stevens aged 4.

Entertainment was provided by Bibbledy Bob the clown and there was also magic, balloon sculptures and comedy for the children.

Some of the children also took part in plate spinning, fortunately, with plastic plates as not everyone was as skilled as Bibbledy Bod!

To stay up to date with the latest events to raise funds for the carnival, keep an eye on our whats on page.

DO you know a child who could be Tamworth’s Carnival Prince or Princess?

‘Together 4 Tamworth’ are looking for two Boys and two Girls to be their Prince, Princess and two deputy’s on the Tamworth Carnival Float!

By entering, the child’s name will go into a raffle and could be picked out to be the Prince, Princess, Pageboy or Maid of Honour on the Tamworth Carnival Float on Saturday 2 June 2018.

To enter, children must be between the age of 6 to 15 and be residents of Tamworth Borough.

You can simply print out the entry form on this page or email for an entry form.  Completed forms should then be taken to Bolehall Manor Club, Amington Road, Bolehall by 7pm on 20 April or Wilnecote Club, Hockley Road before 8pm on the 20 April.

The draw will take place at the Wilnecote carnival fundraising night on the 20 April at Wilnecote Club.

Prior to the main carnival on 2 June, there will also be a number of events to raise funds.  Check out the Tamworth Informed events page to ensure you don’t miss out.

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