An event for the whole community

Long Eaton Carnival 2019-42

A great place to show off your talents

Long Eaton Carnival 2019-63

Fun for all ages

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Welcome to Long Eaton Community Carnival

The Carnival comprises of a Road Parade through our Town, followed by many different Displays & Events on West Park. The Road Parade sets of at 11am, and arrives back on the Carnival site somewhere between 12.30pm and 1.00pm. This is when the Carnival officially starts and the best bit is that it is FREE.

The Long Eaton Community Carnival Association is a group of volunteers who stage the Long Eaton Community Carnival each year. The primary objective of the association is to involve all sections of the community in engendering community spirit by organising an annual Carnival and associated events (according to the association’s constitution).

2024’s Theme: That’s Entertain-ment

Carnival Theme 2024
"That's Entertainment'

2024 Carnival will be held on Saturday the 8th June.

If you missed it last year the ‘Fun Dog Show’ will be taking place again. Bring along your best friend and enter them into one of the categories, maybe your dog too.

Entry forms available at carnival HQ

Bring your family, friends, neighbours and colleagues but most importantly bring your dog.

Let’s have some fun!

Three Superheroes.

Volunteer with us.

Long Eaton Carnival is organised entirely by volunteers. Be a superhero and get involved in a wide variety of ways.

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Carboot Dates

  • Cancelled 28th April West Park event field.  
  • 19th May West Park event field.  
  • 9th June West Park event field.  
  • 14th July Beaconsfield st. Car park  
  • 11th August Beaconsfield st. Car park.  
  • 8th September Beaconsfield st. Car park.  
  • 13th October Beaconsfield st. Car park.  
  • Due to scheduled works at West Park some carboots will be held at Beaconsfield street car park. This is not a permanent change. 

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We run Car boots to help fund the carnival

The above dates are booked with the hope that events can be staged inline with any NHS health advice and/or government safety directives.