Come and join in the fun!
Two Doncaster villages are going to host their joint carnival on June 10 and they promise fun for all the family including up and coming TV star Granny Norbag who will entertain the kids.
The Barnburgh and Harlington Carnival will take place from 1pm – 4pm on the Church Lane Recreation Ground in Barnburgh (near to the school) with free parking on the field. Entry is £1.50 per person with under 11s free.
There will be a dog show, children can take part in a range of races, there are Ju-Jitsu displays, a rock choir, ukulele band, Barnburgh School’s Choir, gun dog demonstrations, a World War II display, a penalty shootout, fairground rides, drink and food stalls, inflatables, birds of prey, plant stalls and so much more.
There is also a village show for all to take part in, with entries taken on the day before 12 noon. The theme is King Charles III and his love of the countryside. Classes include adult baking, children’s baking, literacy and art.
There is a carnival raffle with a top prize of £100 and many more prizes up for grabs.
Val Jones, one of the organisers, said: “Come along and join in the fun. There’s something for all the family. It’s a lovely afternoon out with plenty to do and see.”
Organisers are also asking for volunteers to help set up on the day. Anyone who can help should call 0779 0075980.