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Event Denbigh Carnival, Denbighshire
Saturday 24th June 2017 in Denbigh

Denbigh Carnival takes place on Saturday, the 24th of June 2017, and it promises to be a day that’s filled with fun activities and entertainment for all the family to enjoy. There is plenty to offer, as the whole of Denbigh is taken over by fun and excitement for the day.

The kids will love having their faces painted in a wide range of styles and colours, and the funfair has loads of great games from Hook a Duck to Win a Goldfish! There’s something for everyone here -from circus junkies to lovers of the carousel. The Chimera Circus will also be running a skills session, if you want to test your own abilities, too.

Entry is free for everyone, and the festivities kick off with a wonderful procession through the town. There’s a whole troupe of dancers and gymnasts, and a wide variety of floats and walkers.

If that’s not enough for you, there is also the Morris dancing competition on the carnival field, and there will be football, wrestling and even a T Rex dinosaur!

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The Denbigh Carnival procession leaves from Caledfryn on Smithfield Road and ends in Middle Park (next to Denbigh Town FC).

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