​Parade of Floats

Stamford Kiwanis were founded in 1977 to “support the poor and needy in Stamford and surrounding area”. They are a group of local businessmen and professionals who raise money for Stamford and District Kiwanis Community Trust Fund (Registered Charity No 1077288).

Held on Saturday 23rd June 2018

Theme: Serving our Community


The parade of floats through the centre of Stamford is one of the highlights of a number of activities during the Festival week. This year was well supported by the RAF as part of their 100th anniversary.

Those organisations who did enter a float fond that the organisation and planning involved was very rewarding and generated a true community atmosphere on the day. It didn't involve much effort or expense (floats are provided by CS Ellis free of charge). If you have entered before you will know the feeling of contributing to a true community event in our town. It is an excellent way to promote your club or business.











Congratulations to all of the 2017 winners:​​​​​​​​​​​ 

​Festival Directors' Award for Best Walking Float - JHH Dance

Best Commercial - Chater Lodge

Best School - Tumble Tots 

Best Club - Pantomime Players 

Hanson Jubilee Cement Award for Best Youth - Girl Guiding Welland Division

Cummins Newage AVK SEG Award for Most Entertaining Float - Danish Invader

Best Turned Out Vehicle - CS Ellis

Special Merit Award - Stoney Ford Brew Co Ltd and the Stamford Litter Pickers

Best Overall - Friends of Stamford and Rutland Theatre


Thank you to the following who made the day possible:

Nelsons Butchers

Gary Barlow

CS Ellis and AB Texel

SKDC

Stamford Town Council

TMS

BBMF

Charles Wood

The Judges and the Festival Committee

All the participants in the parade and the arena, without whom none of this would have been possible!










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