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Charivari Day 2013
Folkestone / July 2013
This wonderful day is a very exciting part of Folkestone’s summer celebrations. Charivari Day is now in its 17th year and the parade demonstrated that its going from strength to strength.
This year a record 23 schools involved from across Shepway and a number of independent Charivari groups and teachers from Brockhill, Folkestone Academy and All Souls took part, making costumes at The Factory to be part of the day. Strange Cargo would like to thank everyone involved for all their hard work in making this such a successful and spectacular day.
And last, but by no ends least, please we give huge thanks to the sponsors, whose generous support makes Charivari Day possible. They are: • Roger De Haan Charitable Trust • Paul Hamlyn Foundation • Folkestone Town Council • Shepway District Council • Rotary Club of Folkestone Channel • Cllr. Birkby and Cllr. Neaves • Kent County Council • Arts Council England • Brockhill Park School and Artswork • Sainsburys • and all of the participating schools
Thank you to everyone for supporting the event and please click through to check out the video of the day created by Under Your Hat productions.