Hastings Old Town Carnival week will take place from Saturday 01st August 2015, until Sunday 09th August 2015. Amendments to the programme or late additions will be posted on this website, and will be published in the Hastings & St Leonards Observer.
Visit the events page for 2015
If you are planning an event or would like to enter a float into the carnival then please go to the Entry Forms page.
For those that don't know, Hastings Old Town Carnival Week supports local charities and organisations, and relies on donations from the public and local businesses. If you want to help, you can make a contribution during the week by putting something in a collecting box! See the donations page for details.
Hastings Old Town Carnival Association and the OHPS are grateful to the following for their sponsorship of the production of Old Town Carnival Week Programme 2015
Hastings History House
21 Courthouse Street. TN34 3AU
Tel: 01424 424744
Open everyday during the week from 11 – 4
Theme: ‘My Favourite Things’ Judging Saturday 1st August – see page 20
Theme: ‘My Favourite Things’ For the Babs Muggridge Memorial Trophy. Window displays must remain in place all week for unannounced judging.
Hastings Old Town’s very own radio station is returning for Carnival Week 2015. Carnival FM is a volunteer run radio station on air all week from studios upstairs in the Jenny Lind. The broadcast will highlight all the events during Carnival Week and they will be attending as many as possible. As well as supporting St Michaels Hospice they offer local musicians the chance to perform on the local music show. Tune in on 87.9FM or listen via www.carnivalfm.co.uk from Saturday 1st to Sunday 9th August. If you wish to advertise contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks from the Old Hastings Preservation Society who collate the programme to all who are contributing to the week’s events and for your generous donations. Thanks to all who have helped distribute the programmes and collect donations for them. Thanks to the OHPS members who have helped with the week’s organisation. Thanks to all the Old Town traders for their work to make the week special. Thanks to all who put on events, to Ian Porter, Deeday White for their help and the HOTCA committee.
This programme is compiled by the Old Hastings Preservation Society by co-ordinating information provided by individuals, organisations and groups. Neither the Old Hastings Preservation Society nor its officers or Council of Management accept any respsibility for the correctness of the information given, nor do they accept responsibility for accidents, incidents or occurrences that may occur at any event. All participants take part in events entirely at their own risk.