DUFFIELD CARNIVAL DAY
Carnival Procession – 12.45pm
Procession leaves Avenue Road for Eyes Meadow via Hazelwood Road, King Street,Town Street and Cockpit Lane.
Carnival Procession arrives on Eyes Meadow – 1.45pm approx
Procession arrives on Eyes Meadow and parades round the Arena.
Activities for CARNIVAL 2019 are being planned…… watch this space!
The approximate running order for the day is as follows:
12:30 Carnival Procession collects at Avenue Road
12:45 Carnival Procession processes through the village!
MAIN ARENA EVENTS:
13:30 – 14:00 Duffield Carnival welcomes the Procession
Carnival opened by tbc
14:00 – 14:25 Display by the King Brasstards
14:30 – 14:55 Rock Choir
15:00 – 15:25 Vision Dance
15:30 – 15:55 Razzamataz Theatre School
16:00 – 16:25 Village Games – Tug of War (Sponsored by White Peak Distillery)
16:30 – 16:55 Village games – Egg Throwing (Sponsored by Barrow Hills Farm)
17:00 – End of Main Arena Events
14:45 – 16:15 approx DOG SHOW organised by Scarsdale Vets
14:30 – 16:15 Circus skills, Magic and Bubbles
15:00 – 17:00 – DanceFitt toddlers (age 18 mths -4 yrs) and DanceFitt party (dance and games for age 5-10yrs)
Gala Tent: tbc
15:00 – 15:30 Derwent Valley Wind Band
15:45 – 16:15 Derwent Valley Wind Band
(All timings are approximate and the Carnival Committee reserves the right to change them at any time!)
Bar organised by Ryan North assisted by Duffield Cricket Club; Baking competition (organised by Duffield Evening WI); Refreshments provided by Cumberhills WI
Evening – Live music in the DBS Marquee:
17:00 – 17:10 MUSIC STARTS
17:10 – 17:55 Weekend Edition
17:55 – 18:15 Interval
18:15 – 19:00 David Lacey
19:00 – 19:20 Interval
19:20 – 20:00 littlefield
20:00 – 20:20 Interval
20:20 – 21:00 littlefield
Also AROUND THE FIELD:
Visit The Beach
Try your hand/foot at GOLF, FOOTBALL, ARCHERY, Circus Skills, Dance workshops, etc
And many other stalls and activities
Refreshments on Carnival Day
No Carnival would be complete without a burger or two and Gerard Varin ensures our Hog roast and BBQ are a roaring success. Setting the pig in motion in the early hours for your enjoyment, and run by volunteers throughout the day – every burger you eat directly benefits the village.
There will also be Artisan Crepes, Toasties, Ice Cream and snacks throughout the afternoon. Later in the day there will be hot potatoes, pizzas and curries ….
In large marquee, sponsored by tbc, Duffield Cricket Club are again manning our licenced bar, organised by The Kings Head, incorporating White Peak Distillery Gin Bar, with the proceeds being split between Duffield Carnival and the Cricket Club so it’s worth having that extra pint! Take a look at the baking competition entries on display in the other end of the marquee, whilst sampling afternoon tea provided by Cumberhills WI….
We look forward to seeing you there.
Admission to the Carnival (includes evening Music Festival) is £5 on the day
Car Parking – FREE
Those in Fancy Dress in the procession – FREE
Primary School children, and younger – FREE
Buy your tickets in advance of Carnival Day and pay £2.50, from DUFFIELD NEWS, PATTENMAKERS ARMS, MEADOW VALE STORE, TOWN STREET FISH BAR and THE TOWN ST TAP.
All tickets on CARNIVAL DAY will cost £5
Ticket sales pay for our costs e.g. marquees, acts, toilets etc. Without these sales we could not stage the Carnival.
CARNIVAL ENTRY POLICY for our Disabled guests and their Carers
Disabled guests are welcome to obtain tickets through the usual channels. Their carers are entitled to free entry when providing proof of disability on arrival such as a Blue Badge, Doctor’s Letter or DLA/PIP entitlement.
CARNIVAL ENTRY POLICY for stallholders, activity providers and their assistants, etc.
“If you arrive before 12.00 to set up, and plan to stay for the duration, you will not be charged an entry fee (Pass-outs are available if you need to take a break). For the other helpers it is not unreasonable to expect them to purchase an advance ticket (£2.50) which gets 7 hours of entertainment. If you feel you need free entry, please contact the Carnival Chairman
The contribution of the helpers is important, however it should be appreciated that hundreds of people contribute to the staging of the Carnival, if all got in for free we would not be creating the revenue necessary to cover the costs.”