Prestatyn Carnival

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Join the seaside town of Prestatyn for another year of carnival fun by the beach. With great activities such as vocalists, bands, dancers, children’s entertainment, sideshows, puppets, Morris dancers, classic cars, trade & charity stalls, brass bands, displays and a giant fun fair!

Carnival Day begins with the Grand Parade, which leaves the top of Prestatyn High Street at 12 noon.

PARADE ROUTE

The parade travels down Prestatyn High Street, turning left into Bridge Road, then heading right to make its way over the railway bridge, bearing right off the bridge, before turning left into Bastion Road.

The parade continues through the traffic lights, heading straight down Bastion Road, passing the Fun Fair on the right hand side, before turning right into Beach Road East. The final turn sees the parade exit right into Beach Close, which leads directly to the Carnival Field.

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Road Directions

A55 Junction 31 & A5151 signed for Prestatyn. At Dyserth, right onto the A547 for Prestatyn.

 

Prestatyn Carnival

Type:Carnival

Prestatyn, Denbighshire, LL19 9BE

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Opening Times

Event (20 July 2024)
DayTimes
Saturday11:00

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