Monday, 3 March 2014

Carnival comes to town

This weekend saw the carnival come to town and for the second year running we managed to play a part in it!  Last year Leo and I were just going to watch when at the last minute we realised our friends were walking with their school and joined them and he had such a fab time that I asked my friend who runs a dance school if we could join them this year.


Some of Leo's friends go to classes there so we had company on the float, and the little ones looked so cute in their orange capes to make their superhero outfits, I even got to wear one too!


The older students did a brilliant job dancing along behind us with their synchronized super hero routine.


Leo thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon, and was so well behaved considering how long we had to wait before the parade set off - what a difference a year makes!

Of course I had to be there for Leo's benefit but having a 4 year old is also a great excuse to dress as a superhero and wave at strangers from the back of a moving truck!

We were lucky with the weather as in the morning it has looked like rain was on the way but it stayed dry and we just about managed to miss a very strange dust storm at the end!

We'd like to say a huge thank you to Gemma and the Performers Students for a fab afternoon.

Performers Academy - Saving the world from bad dancing!

You can find Performers Academy of Dance on facebook


Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

2 comments:

  1. What a fun community event - similar to our carnivals we have here in Cornwall for the villages. Thanks for linking up and sharing your fun with Country Kids.

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  2. Oh wow a PROPER carnival. I remember them when I was a child, and going on the floats - doesn't seem so popular these days. #countrykids

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