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2012 Carnival Queen

It will be a very exciting Carnival Day on Monday for three young local ladies.

The 2012 Audlem Carnival Queen is Grace Latham and she will be accompanied on Monday by Pippa Preston and Isabel Clarke.

They will be chauffered in style in an open Austin Healey through the village in the Carnival Parade which leaves the car park at 1.15pm. It goes up Cheshire Street to Little Heath, back down Heathfield Road past the school before returning to the Playing Field via Stafford Street and The Square.

As well as Grace, Pippa and Isabel, there's a band, floats and many in fancy dress.

There's then entertainment, including the funfair, to enjoy on Carnival Monday plus, of course, the on-going Audlem Music & Arts Festival.

The village is now also bedecked in flags for the Festival season. 

 

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