Maldon Carnival would like to invite local organisations, charities and youth groups in the Maldon and Heybridge area to apply for a Carnival grant. Last year Maldon Carnival gave away over £2000 to the Mayors Fund, Fire & Rescue Benevolent Fund, Police Benevolent Fund, Daisy Chain Nursery, Action for Family Carers, Maldon in Bloom, Girl Guides (Brownies/Rainbows), Clarks Farm Greyhound Rescue and St. John Ambulance Cadets Maldon.
This year we raised from the street collection on Carnival day £2050 which is now available for grants. If you are interested in applying for a grant please visit our website (www.maldoncarnival.uk/forms/grants/) or contact Jean Haylock on 07932 151469.
59 shops took part in this year’s Spot the Stranger Competition . Scarlett Chapman aged 9 managed to correctly find all 59 Strangers and win this year’s competition. In second place was Toni Callaghan aged 8 who also managed to find all 59 strangers , however was not quite as descriptive as Scarlett and in third place was Molly Watts aged 6. All the winners were invited to meet the mayor of Maldon and have their picture taken.
Toni Callaghan, Clrt Mark Head(Mayor) and Scarlett Chapman.
Thank you to all the shops that took part in this year’s competition and to all the people who took part. For a list of the answers please click here.