HUNDREDS of people gathered on Broadwater Green for the biggest Broadwater Carnival to date on Saturday.
There were close to 90 stalls at the event with a wide array of activities and entertainment which catered for people of all ages.
The theme for this year’s procession was glitz and glam and consisted of a variety of Worthing based groups, including the Sahari Sehri Dancers, Worthing Kung Fu School and the carnival prince and princess.
Sue Broxham, treasurer of the Broadwater Carnival Society, said: “Most of us live or work around this area and we do it for the community really.
“The money that we raise will be split equally between the four chosen charities and all the other stalls will support their own charities.
“I want to thank the whole team and the support from the public. Without them this day would never happen. This is the biggest number of stalls we’ve ever had.”
For the full story see the Worthing Herald, Thursday, July 25.