Broadwater prince and princess named

William Evan Hipkin, eight, of Chesswood Road, Worthing
William Evan Hipkin, eight, of Chesswood Road, Worthing

WINNERS of the Broadwater Carnival competition run in the Worthing Herald over the last few weeks have been announced.

The prince and princess for Saturday’s Walking and Wheels Carnival Procession will be eight- year-old William Hipkin, of Chesswood Road, Worthing, and ten-year-old Isabella Morley, of Marlowe Road, Worthing.

Isabella Morley, ten, will be the carnival princess

Isabella Morley, ten, will be the carnival princess

Isabella had been nominated by her grandmother, Heather Morley.

She said: “She is absolutely over the moon to have won. We are all going to be there.

“We often go down to the carnival so she is really looking forward to it.”

William was nominated by his mum, Jane Hipkin.

She said: “How exciting for prospective princes to be allowed to enter this year.”

The pair will help to lead the procession, which starts at 11.30am, followed by decorated pushing wheels, pulling wheels, ride along wheels, sit on wheels and any other wheeled contraption people can conjure up.

The overall theme is Space and Beyond, with four classes plus a costumed walking group class for singles or groups in any numbers, with or without any wheels.

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