Carnival is a hit as weather stays kind

HUNDREDS took advantage of the sun on Saturday for a village’s biggest calendar event.

The Kings Langley Carnival filled the village common through the afternoon and, for the first time, into the evening, with live music, stalls, and displays on hand for entertainment.

12-574   Kings Langley Carnival. Sixteen years old fire-eater from Bennetts End, Andy Edgar.

12-574 Kings Langley Carnival. Sixteen years old fire-eater from Bennetts End, Andy Edgar.

Martin Horsted of the Kings Langley Carnival Committee said: “We were really lucky with the weather even though it was threatening at times. The turnout was even better than last year, the whole common was full throughout the day and I think everyone had a great time.

“I think we tried a few more things this year and I think there was something at the carnival for everyone.”

12-574   Kings Langley Carnival. Seven years old Talya Avron meets the sheep and goats.

12-574 Kings Langley Carnival. Seven years old Talya Avron meets the sheep and goats.

12-574   Kings Langley Carnival.'The Revelation Majorettes.

12-574 Kings Langley Carnival.'The Revelation Majorettes.

12-574   Kings Langley Carnival.'The Kings Langley Primary School Choir.

12-574 Kings Langley Carnival.'The Kings Langley Primary School Choir.