Photos from the 2021 Huntingdon Carnival

The 2021 Huntingdon Carnival.

The 2021 Huntingdon Carnival. - Credit: HUNTS POST

Here are just some of the images our Hunts Post photographer captured at the 2021 Huntingdon Carnival.

Huntingdon Carnival started with a parade on the Market Square.

Huntingdon Carnival started with a parade on the Market Square. - Credit: HUNTS POST

After a break last year due to Covid 19, The Huntingdon Carnival and Live in the Park returned over the weekend of August 7/8.

Carnival chairman Bill Hensley, said, “It has been another great success for the carnival this year again.

"I would like to personally thank Ray Godby and the Carnival Committee for making it another memorable year, and a big 'thank you' to all the local businesses and charities who supported us.

"We should also not forget all the volunteer helpers, because without them, the carnival could not take place”.

The carnival parade theme this year was the ‘The Greatest Showman’, and it started on Huntingdon Market Square before making its way to the Riverside Park.

The Spitfire flypast on both days was cancelled due to the weather.

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If you would like to sponsor part of the Huntingdon Carnival 2022, or would like a charity stall or trade stand, contact Bill Hensley on: 07767 823424, or via email: bill.hensley@hcrfm.co.uk.





Michelle Gauci School of Dance. 

Michelle Gauci School of Dance. - Credit: HUNTS POST

The Hands Off Hinchingbrooke group with the community quilt at Huntingdon Carnival.

The Hands Off Hinchingbrooke group with the community quilt at Huntingdon Carnival. - Credit: HUNTS POST

There was plenty of entertainment for visitors at the Huntingdon Carnival.

There was plenty of entertainment for visitors at the Huntingdon Carnival. - Credit: HUNTS POST

The Generations Dance School performed at Huntingdon Carnival.

The Generations Dance School performed at Huntingdon Carnival. - Credit: HUNTS POST

More photos in this week's Hunts Post.

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