I hope you all enjoyed Part 1 of the Hungerford Carnival. Here we have Part 2 to further your enjoyment.
|Doreen, Arcade co-owner|
Adrian Gilmour and proud Dennis
with his Boater hat.
Dennis and Doreen always visit the Arcade when they are in the area. Doreen said, "It is so interesting and there is such a good choice of items".
|Dennis and Doreen with one of the|
beautiful street organs Dennis made himself
Taking part in the Hungerford Carnival, Doreen said, "We collect for the Macmillan Cancer Charity and Dennis made the Street Organs that we play." They are beautiful.
Judy Neale and Ginny Dreyer from Lambourn Riding For The Disabled took part in the Carnival. They told us, "Riding for the Disabled is a national organisation made up of member groups dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities through riding and/or carriage driving. Its all about giving children and adults confidence and independence to benefit their health and wellbeing and to achieve their goals while having fun. Horseriding offers and opportunity for enjoyment, challenges, friendship, laughter, achievement, independence and confidence. Medical professionals also recognise there are significant therapeutic benefits for the rider".Reg Charity No. 1145104 http://www.lambournrda.co.uk
|"Beat the crunch with Punch"|
You can find Pauline's Puppets at www.paulinespuppets.co.uk
|Stunning Tuk Tuk|
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