Burnham Carnival Street Procession

Carnival has been in the blood of the residents for over a hundred years since a young man pushed a barrel of burning tar through the High Street starting tradition of illuminated processions continued to this very day

It is now recognised as one of the best carnivals in Essex partly due to its nighttime setting which provides the perfect backdrop for the colourful lighted tableaux and costumes.

Burnham Carnival Procession will start at 7.30pm on the last Saturday in September from the Clock Tower in High Street, Burnham on Crouch.

The procession will continues through high street into Station Road and then turn right into Devonshire Road ,Arcadia Road ,Dunkirk Road, Western Road, Silver Road and back to the Clock Tower where the first floats normally arrive back at about 8.45pm

For up to date information about the Carnival Procession or to enter floats Click here to visit the Burnham Carnival website