Published: November 13, 2008
carnival float wins second place in Shepton Mallet
carnival float came second in its class at the annual Shepton
Mallet on Wednesday night (November 12th).
Carnival Club's 'Jester's Parade', pictured here, impressed the
crowds and judges at the fourth carnival of the season following
Bridgwater last Friday, North Petherton on Saturday and Burnham
had another great night in Shepton," Hillview Chairman Mark
Bishop told Burnham-On-Sea.com. "It went very well and we
got our best result of the carnival season so far - a second place
in our class!"
a very high standard of floats this year and we congratulate Marina
Sydenham on their first place."
now move on to Wells Carnival on Friday night. Their impressive
100ft-long float was built at the Bristol Bridge Inn in Highbridge
at a cost of £14,000 and has 12,500 light bulbs. Click here
for Burnham-On-Sea.com's behind-the-scenes report on how it was