Stur children's parade takes shelter to dodge downpours
TORRENTIAL rain meant Sturminster Newton children's carnival procession had to be held in The Exchange on Saturday afternoon.
The Olympics were a popular choice for several of the entries with others making good use of battery-operated lights on some stunning costumes.
Dorset Youth Marching Band led the winning entries on a circuit through the Exchange building before the carnival queen, princess and attendants presented the trophies.
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Witches – Jessica Palmer and Tcara Mruk (attached)
Evan Brown and Jo Thorburn – Team Dorset (tall boy and toddler)
Ice Kingdom – Natasha Shaw (blue icy dress)
Magic Roundabout – Abigail Holt
Snowflake Princess – Rosie Streeter and BAA – Alice Loftus (girl in white and b/w sheep)
Laughing Gnome – George Hardiman (white beard)
Mary, Mary Quite Contrary – Lotty Wheeler (with watering can)
Dingle Dangle Scarecrow – Alfred Penny (straw hat)
The Mouse that got the Cheese – George Armstrong (sleeping baby)
Stormforce to the Rescue – Izzy Wheeler (lifeboat get-up)
Little Miss and Mr Men at the Olympics – Bath Road Gang (3 girls, 1 with pink weights)
Olympic torch – Oliver Clement (gold coloured costume)
Who's the Mummy – Jack Loftus
Colten Care residents enjoyed meeting Sturminster Newton carnival royals
Sturminster Newton carnival Royals.