We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who came along and supported Carnival. Whether you were just enjoying the day, volunteering, sponsoring or bringing your stall – we couldn’t have done it without you! We can’t wait for next year already — make sure to share your memories and photos on our
The Procession will leave Diss High School at 12.45pm The Fun Day will be from 1.30pm – 5pm on the Park. For details on the events of the day, pick up a Carnival programme from any of the following places, or on the day from one of the team: You can buy your Carnival programmes
This year Diss Carnival is completely FREE to attend – no entry fee, no tickets and no queuing! We also have a brand new-look brochure for the event, which will be released from 20th May 2017. This gorgeous souvenir programme, crafted by the talented team at Splice Creative, features 34 pages of content, letting you
We’re bringing back the arena from Carnival’s past for this year’s event! Join us in the park on the 11th June from 1pm for Arena entertainment – make sure to pick up your Souvenir Carnival Programme when they launch to find out what’s on and where!
In 2008, Diss Carnival was brought back to life after being absent from the town for many years. It featured run up events including a disco evening in which the Carnival Queen and attendants were chosen by a panel of judges. Charlotte Cox was awarded the prize, and lead the procession in style in a
Here’s a lovely set of photos of Carnival in the mid sixties – what a lovely #ThrowbackThursday! Have you go involved with Diss Carnival yet? Get in touch today or visit www.diss-carnival.co.uk 🙂 Thanks to Karl Norman of Diss & District Memories for sharing.
Today’s #ThrowbackThursday is the Official Diss Carnival programme from 1984! Crazy to think this was 33 years ago! Want to be part of the fun this year? Log on to www.diss-carnival.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org and be part of it! Thanks to Roella Trudgill for submitting this one.
This weeks #ThrowbackThursday comes from Diss Museum. This is the Diss Youth Centre Drama Group as 1000 Years of the Monarchy, in the carnival in the early 1970s. The black & white photographs came from the Eastern Counties Newspapers, while the colour one was by Leslie Ward. Do you recognise anyone in these shots? Tag
Today’s memory is from Lavina Wootton of Diss and District Memories… It’s the winners of the Decorated Bicycle Prize in the late 1970s! Recognise anyone from the photo? Send in your Carnival stories! Save