Weymouth Carnival 2014
Weymouth Carnival - Wednesday 20th August 2014.
Weymouth Carnival is returning bigger and better than ever for 2014 with lots of entertainment for all the family including aerial displays, grand procession and fireworks.
10am – Opening Ceremony and Queen Crowning
12pm – Holifest at the Beach Stage
2pm – The Great War Air Display
5pm – Tug of War
5.30pm – Red Arrows
6.30pm – Grand Procession
9.30pm – Fireworks
and finally at 10pm the Grand Prize Draw!
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