Thanks are due to the community groups contributing to the Camberley Carnival Parade on Saturday 17th June, who made the event an enjoyable spectacle.
Camberley’s Sikh Association, and Nepalese [Gurkha] Society, plus the young gymnasts, all who followed the oompah music of the Sandhurst Silver Band made for a splendid spectacle. These such events benefit from good weather, and boy, wasn’t it a lovely sunny day on Saturday.
I noticed that the energetic Bhangra dancers of the Camberley Sikh Association were running out of puff when reaching Pembroke Broadway, though as they reached Park Street they found renewed energy.
Yours truly captured the parade on video.
This weekend – Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June, 2017, there’s lots of choice for fun things to do locally. Not having to travel far to enjoy an event is surely a good reason to enjoy the following, There’s Bagshot Village Day, and Camberley Carnival on Saturday 17th June, and on Sunday 18th there’s the Heritage Day at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Click on images to expand.
- Bagshot Village Day – Saturday 17th June: You’ll be amazed at what’s on offer to amuse, entertain, eat and drink. The organisers’ – Bagshot Business Association – Facebook page explains all HERE.
- Camberley Carnival – Saturday 17th June: A carnival parade begins at midday in Knoll Road, winding through the High Street, and Pembroke Broadway, to arrive at London Road Recreation Ground for an afternoon of fun events for parents and children.
- Royal Military Academy Heritage Day – Sunday 18th June. A grand day out for the whole family.
The final event of the ten days of the Camberley International Festival is a Carnival procession on Saturday 17th June. At 12 noon the carnival procession leaves Knoll Road, proceeding along the High Street, Pembroke Broadway to arrive at the London Road Recreation Ground
There are plenty of activities associated with the Carnival during the day at Camberley Theatre and at the London Road Recreation Ground