Saturday 17th June 2017
Here’s the line up for the Music Stage – (revised times from the progrmme)
Here’s the line up on the Music Stage. (the times have changed since the programme was done)
3.15 Dre X
5.15 Bible Code Sundays
Remember it’s all in the BACK FIELD – and yes there is beer, Pimms tents and food there too.
Here’s a sneak peek of Dre X’s latest video filmed in the heart of Hanwell
Planning on entering Fido for the dog show? You don’t need to pre register – you can do it on the day. Don’t forget our new category “My Dog’s Got Talent”. Andrea Jones, who’s put in an amazing amount of work on our movie themed parade, dis this poster for us. Isn’t it fab?
Hope your costumes for the parade are coming along – remember the theme is “Hanwell At The Movies”. We have some fantastic floats for you. And much of that is down to EASE and Hanwell Big Local who have helped us so much. Thanks guys.
Wednesday May 3rd
Lovely Alcombe Vets are sponsoring our dog show again this year – thanks guys.
And an exciting new category too. “My Dog’s Got Talent” – there’s loads you can do with that – and still enough time to start training!
Tuesday May 2nd
Well done to everyone who took part in Beating The Bounds yesterday – keeping Hanwell safe for another year and raising £300 for carnival into the bargain.
Tuesday April 18th
Isn’t 1969, Harold Wilson was Prime Minister, colour TV had arrived….. and Ted Linehan filmed this – (his daughter Nicola is on here). See if you can spot anyone you know …..
SAT March 25th
Stalls are selling quite quickly – don’t miss out, you can book and pay right here on the site. Press the “book now” tab
Tuesday March 14th
A thousand thanks to the Charity of William Hobbayne for giving us a grant to help stage this year’s event,
William Hobbayne started to help the poor and needy in Hanwell as long ago as the 15th century. Since then, the charity founded in his name has been quietly making a difference to local people in need, hardship or distress
Thursday March 2
Thanks to Audiolink for offering to provide our walkie talkies again this year. Much appreciated!
There are lots of ways to get involved with Hanwell Carnival
Hanwell Carnival has lots of opportunities to get involved, whether you are a charity, company or private individual. With some 50,000 visitors on the day, Hanwell Carnival is the second largest carnival in west London after Notting Hill.
We are always looking for volunteers to help with the carnival. It is a real community effort and takes a lot to put it on. Whatever your skills, your contribution will be most valuable – everyone and everything is very welcome. Please contact us to get involved.
The procession is one of the real highlights of carnival and having a presence guarantees you incredible exposure. Travelling through Hanwell from the Community Centre to Elthorne Park, it really gets the excitement started. To find out how to be part of this extraordinary event and for a list of participants click HERE.
If you have a music, dance, demonstration event you would like to put on please get in touch with us, we are always on the look out for the next X Factor winner!
Supporting local charities is the very reason for our existence. As a charity, Hanwell Carnival offers a superb opportunity to fundraise, get volunteers or just communicate your message.
If your company would like the opportunity to put itself in front of 30,000 local people, Hanwell Carnival is unrivaled.
If your company would be interested in sponsoring the carnival or just a part of it click HERE.
Whether you are selling, recruiting or informing, stalls in a variety of sizes are available in Elthorne Park.
Advertising in the event programme, or here on the website, is also a superb way to get your message across.
The Dog Show is a well established part of Hanwell Carnival. There’s a great choice classes and entry is only £3 per class. You don’t need to pre-register just turn up on the day and enter your canine companion. Full schedule and details now available.
Beating The Bounds
An age old tradition in Hanwell which now takes place on the first bank holiday Monday in May. Beating The Bounds, is a circular walk of about eight miles around the ancient boundaries of the parish. Over 130 walkers took part in the walk last year, raising funds for Hanwell Carnival. Learn more HERE about this year’s event on Monday 1st May at 12 noon.