(for a list of Carnival Queens click here)

Doesn't 'Noddy' look as sweet as a box of Thornton's everyone?

Walney's 2004 carnival set off as planned from the Roundhouse at 13:00 on the 4th July, proceeding north east along Ocean Road until turning left into Black Butts Lane. At the most northerly junction of Black Butts the carnival turned right onto Central Drive followed by an immediate left turn on to Moor Tarn Lane, following the road round to Mill Lane. The carnival procession completed it's route at North Walney Junior School Field to allow the afternoons planned events to take place...


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2004 Carnival Queen - Ashleigh Myers and her ladies in waiting - Alice Heavyside & Louise Rawlinson



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and the good weather held out for the second year in a row...







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