The popular Kings Langley Carnival is set to go ahead this September after it was previously cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
After the disappointment of cancelling the Kings Langley Carnival in for the second year, the organising committee are pleased to confirm that they will be holding an event on September 18 this year.
“This will be the first opportunity for the local people to join together for one of the traditional village highlights of the year,” explained committee chair Carol Chandler. The intention is to have as many of the regular performers, activities and stalls at this year’s autumn event as one would expect to see in June.”
Local performers already looking forward to the day are firm favourites Kings Langley Community Choir, Salsa Tropicana and the Revelation Majorettes.
There will also be the usual favourites on and around the field including the Dog Show, the Tug of War, and 1st Kings Langley Scouts demonstrating and teaching bushcraft skills.
However, it is not all about the entertainment on stage and on the field. An equally big attraction for visitors is the vast range of stalls offering everything from games and puzzles to local produce and crafts.
“Whilst we’re always happy to see local businesses running stalls selling their own merchandise or snacks, it’s really an opportunity for local charities and groups to make a little money and raise awareness of the valuable work or activities they do on the other 364 days of the year,” added Carol.
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