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The Fun Day 2009

Sunday 14th June from Noon til 19.00pm

The Memorial Park was buzzing with activity from a variety of childrens’ activities including inflatables, electric go karts, face painting, pottery throwing and high wall climbing, to a collection of stalls selling various arts and crafts, jewellery and childrens’ games, to experiencing holistic therapies and meeting various community associations providing opportunities to discuss interests and gain advice. Local residents could spend some time relaxing with a drink in the food section and soak up the whole carnival atmosphere to the backdrop of various performances and music from local groups and bands!

Moira Bennet-Jevons

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2009 Fun Day Stand Holders

Bloco do Sul,

A ‘Samba band’ playing Brazilian inspired percussion music. Promising to bring a lively carnival atmosphere to Redhill!!

Hispsinc,, 01342 850423.

Bellydancing is a beautiful and ancient dance form that is fast becoming the latest dance craze in Britain. Originally danced throughout the Middle East for centuries, now stars such as Shakira have brought bellydance to the attention of everyone. Bellydance has tremendous grace and emotional appeal as well as being sexy and fun! Come and see for yourself!

Sea Shanties, In the days when human muscles were the only power source available aboard ship, sea shanties served a practical purpose: the rhythm of the song served to synchronize the movements of the sailors as they toiled at repetitive tasks. They also served a social purpose: singing and listening to songs is pleasant. Come aboard and let them entertain you!

Oatlands Park Pipe Band,

This band has an impressive history going back to 1953 and is made up of kilted volunteers, male and female of all ages who play the pipes and drums. They were the only non military band from the UK invited to play at the recent Basel Tattoo.

Redhill & Reigate Gymnastic Club, A performance from the local energetic gymnastic club.

Brass am Spass Visiting from Eschweiler, Redhill’s twin town in German, and organised by the Twinning Association, Brass am Spass will be proudly playing in the Redhill over the Carnival weekend.

Vision Taekondo,, Taekwon-Do is a martial art to be used only for self defence and only in the cause of justice. Phillip Lear, experienced instructor at various locations in the South East, will demonstrate with his class the arts, techniques and discipline of his students. Amazing performances and achievements from all age ranges.

135 Sqn ATC The squadron will be demonstrating their military skill promising to be an exciting performance and entertainment for all.


Founded by BassPlayer Martin Charlton, having toured significantly with major artists as a session Bass Player. OXB was created as a top Function band and has certainly lived up to its expectations. The Band today is a refreshing live sound with wow factor and charisma bursting to unleash its sound to all its clients.

The Community Big Band, Redhill & Reigate Community Big Band was formed in January 2005, to promote music in the community and encourage players of all ages and standards to take part.!!!

Lord Devereux Medieaval Retinue and the

Galactic Knights

Authentically costumed Re-enactment groups.


The Carnival Committee would like to thank the following Supporters and Sponsors for helping to make the Carnival possible

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