Important information regarding Worcester Carnival 2020 and COVID-19
The sad, but inevitable, decision has been made to cancel the 2020 Worcester Carnival this year due to the impact of the COVID-19 virus and based on current government guidelines about mass gatherings and social distancing.
It is a huge commitment from the many community groups who take months to develop and build their floats and so we wanted to let you all know as soon as possible. Worcester Carnival is all about inclusion and many of our participants will be in the most vulnerable groups so as much as we are saddened at the prospect of not putting on this much loved community event, we know it is the right decision.
We promise to bring you a bigger and better Carnival in 2021.
Keep well and stay safe everyone,
Worcester Carnival Committee
One of the city’s biggest events, Worcester Carnival will return on 4th July 2020 following a hugely successful 2019 event. To find out how your organisation could be at the heart of Carnival, please do get in touch with us
Be a part of one of Worcester’s biggest shows with a parade or walking group from your community organisation, school, charity or business
A big thank you to all our floats and walking groups, performers, sponsors, traders, supporters, volunteers and of course to the people of the faithful city who all helped make Worcester Carnival 2019 a resounding success. We will be back soon with more news about how it went, and how 2020 is shaping up, so stay tuned!
In the meantime, if you are interested in being part of Worcester Carnival on 4th July 2020, please do get in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org
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