Leamington Carnival began, organised by the Leamington Carnival Committee which had around 20 members.
Carnival Street taking record - brought in more than £500. Around 50,000 people lined the street to watch the Procession.
Carnival was the largest & longest procession so far,
Carnival disco held at Leamington Town Hall, £1 entry fee. Carnival Queen and her attendants attended.
Carnival raised £650.00 and was a great success!
Last Carnival Procession held.
A scaled down version of the carnival took place in the Pump Room Gardens. There was a funfair and summer stalls but no procession because organisers couldn't drum up enough support. Only 3 members were on the Carnival Committee. Future of the carnival was uncertain.
Last Carnival Fete was held in Pump Room Gardens, there was no procession.
Due to lack of interest the Carnival Association was wound up at a meeting on Thursday 19 November.
THE LAST CARNIVAL WAS HELD IN 1996 & LASTED FOR A FURTHER 2 YEARS AS A FETE IN PUMP ROOM GARDENS.