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Bramley Carnival, procession


Bramley Carnival, procession
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Undated. View shows crowds lined along Town Street watching the Bramley Carnival procession go past. The street is decorated for the Carnival, a popular event in the town since it was first officially held in 1892. It took place regularly, with the exception of the war years, until around 1952, after which it was discontinued. The Carnival was revived in 1976 with one of its main aims being to bring the town together again after the upheavals of recent years, when most of Town Stret had been pulled down and a new shopping centre and new houses had been built.

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