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Approximately 450 children, accompanied by many helpers and parents, walked in the Children's Procession on Sunday 11th July. The theme this year was Heroes & Heroins.

They were led by the lively Beatrootsbateria Samba Band, Stilt walkers and the Carnival Princesses.


Class 1    Miles & Stephen & Family
                 (The Wizard of Oz)         

Class 2    The Heatherside Schools Association 
                     (Lifeboat Heroes & Heroines - Saving lives at Sea)            

Class 3    Tweseldown Playgroup
(Robin Hood & his Band of Merry Men)

Class 4     St John Ambulance Badgers & Cadets
(Heroes & Heroines)        

The Early Challenge Trophy, for the Entry Best Depicting the Carnival Theme, was awarded to Tigglets Montessori Nursery with their entry entitled "Tigglets to the Rescue - Unsung Heroes

The Worker’s Hospital Committee Challenge Cup, for the Best Entry in the Show was awarded to Heatherside Schools Association.

Procession organsier, Sue McLaren would like to thank all the children for being so well behaved and their helpers and parents for all the hard work that had obviously been put into the entries. The standard of the entries was, as always, extremely high.

Also many thanks to the marshalls, judges and assembly area officials without whom this event could not take place.
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County Challenge Cup - Waterfords Esrate Agents
Coronation Challenge Cup - Velmead Junior School
Rowley Mans Challange Sheild - Hart FC
Chamber of Trade Challenge Cup - Aldershot & District Omnibus Rescue
Scoffield Plate - St Johns Ambulance
Councillors Cup - The Barker Family
RAFA Challenge Trophy - Hart Lions
Millenium Tropht - Poppets Day Nursery
RARA Challange Cup - St Johns Ambulance
Star Challange Cup - Waterfords
Spirit of Youth Trophy - Hart Gymnasts
Best in Show, Stevens Brothers Fleet LTD Challenge Cup - Velmead Junior School

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Winner - Harwoods
Runner Up - The Emporium

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First: 1st 'Hills'Angels' (56 points)

Second: 2nd 'Wallace' (55 points)

Third: 3rd 'Church Crookham Womens Institute, (49 points).


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               BABY SHOW


3 - 6 Months






FIRST  Arran Mathews Second Beth Thompson Third Jacob Whiting

Highly Commended.  George Allen & Aragorn Penev 

6 - 9 Months

FIRST Harrison Benet Second Charlotte Redman Third David McIntosh 
(who was asleep)

Highly Commended. Max & Shannon Duffin  

9 - 12 Months


Rian Stutley Second Gemma Heyhoe Third Elodie Speed

Highly Commended.   Amelia Ares & Tyler Franklin

12 - 18 Months

FIRST Madeleine Watkin Second Oscar Payne Third Owen Bascram

Highly Commended. Kate Jenkin & Robert Hill


WINNER BEST MOTHER and BABY Caitlin Honey Burt and Mum



     WINNER BEST BABY  Rian Stutley         

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Class 1 Own merchandise

1st Experience

2nd W.C.Bakers

3rd Giggles

Highly Commended. Red Cross.

Class 2 Carnival Theme

1st Phyllis Tuckwell

2nd Bargain Bookshop

Joint 2nd Viva& Deja Vu

Highly Commended. Experience


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Class                                                                            Car
B - British Pre War 1920 to 1942 - W D Mackenzie                Austin 7 Saloon 
C - British Classic 1943 to 1965 - Wayne Newton                 MGB Sports
D - British Classis - 1966 to 1983 - Colin Jones                    Morris Minor Traveller
F - American 1950 to 1967 - Norman Darby                         Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner
                                                 Doug Ruffle                                    Desotto
G - American 1968 to 1990 - C Armow                                Z 28 Camaro
H - Sports - any year - Jeffery Bellia                                  Porsche Turbo
L - Kit, Custom & Hot Rod - James Phillips                            Jaguar XJ 218 2.8
Overall Winner - Jeffery Bellia                                            Porshe Turbo


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Photograph by Ted Clark.


WINNER Georgia Pearson 

Video of Georgia when she was announced the winner

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Deputies               Brook Tiller (left) and   Francesca Ward       

The Princess selection disco party was the first event of the Carnival year 2004, it was held on Sat. 8th May at The Crookham Memorial hall, Church Crookham.

A total of 72 girls attended and thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

The three judges were Beth Aberdeen a local Nurse , Christine Macfarlane a sales negotiator for a local estate agent and Raymond Cluness a fitness and diet consultant, had the difficult task of picking just 3 girls from all the lovely entrants.

The Princess for Carnival 2004 is 10 year old Georgia Pearson of Heatherside Junior School, her favourite subjects are Art & History, Geogia is in the Scouts and enjoys running as a hobby.

Her deputies are Francesca Ward, (right in picture) 9 years old, who has three elder brothers, a pupil of All saints Junior School, she likes maths and history best of all. Franscecas  hobbies are dancing and running.

And finally Brook Tiller, (left in picture) 11 years old, another Heatherside pupil who likes English and science subjects at school. Brook would like to be an actress when she leaves school, she enjoys swimming and running in her spare time..

All three girls were crowned by last years royalty, Jo Smith, Lauren Davey and Georgina Templeton. And presented with flowers by the event organizer Anne Bellicoso

The Princess and her deputies have a busy time ahead of them taking part in local fetes and  events during Carnival 9th – 12th July 2004.

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Overall winner: Oliver Chatt, Velmead School

Oliver holding his winning entry with Ella, Junior Schools runner-up and at the back Wendy Brown, Carnival President and Allan Gibson, competition organiser. Picture by Velmead School teacher Val Kennedy.

Nursery and Infants Schools: Winner - Kinsly Long, Farnborough Early Years Centre
                                                  Runner Up - Callum Cushen, Fleet Infants

Junior Schools: Winner - Oliver Chatt, Velmead School
                           Runner Up - Ella Jackson, Velmead School

Secondary Schools: Winner - Amy Raitt, Calthorpe Park School
                                  Runner Up - Frances Boman, Calthorpe Park School

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