Carnival-goers enjoy their fun in the sun

Pupils and staff from Woodstock Primary School in the front taking part in the Woodstock Carnival parade

Pupils and staff from Woodstock Primary School in the front taking part in the Woodstock Carnival parade

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THOUSANDS turned out to enjoy the sunshine at Woodstock’s Carnival on Saturday.

It was opened by the Mayor of Woodstock, Councillor Julian Cooper and included 26 stalls, a Punch and Judy show, a First World War Jeep and a classic Mini.

A parade where entrants collected charity cash with buckets left the Woodstock Arms at 4.30pm and made its way around the market place.

Carnival committee member Rachel Faulkner said: “It is always a good turnout, but we haven’t been blessed with glorious sunshine and good weather like on Saturday for the last few years.”

See tomorrow’s Oxford Mail for a report and pictures of Saturday’s Wallingford Carnival.

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