Barrow Carnival Parade Float Application

Date: Saturday 22nd June 2019

Parade Start Time: 12noon at Duke Street

Theme: Nautical

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JOIN IN THE FUN!

Being a part of the Barrow Carnival Parade is an amazing experience, it's a great way to raise awareness for your team, club, business or cause as well as joining in an amazing celebration within the community.

 

The Barrow Carnival Parade welcomes entries from; Schools, Community Groups, Sports Clubs and Teams, Businesses, Clubs and Societies, Marching Bands and Charities.

 

Entering a float is easy, just fill in the form below and we will be in touch.

Float Application Form
Type of Organisation:
Type of Float

Please note:

  • All motorised floats will require insurance and MOT, which must be presented prior to the carnival.

  • All motorised floats will require a written risk assessment. The Barrow Carnival Organisers can offer assistance with this as required. 

  • ALL float entries will be required to supply at least two stewards to accompany the float prior to and during the parade procession. Depending on the size of the float you may need to provide more.

Should you have your documents now, please attach them below.

The system will not allow you to upload images.  

Upload Risk Assessment
Max File Size 15MB
Upload Public Liability
Max File Size 15MB
Upload MOT Certificate
Max File Size 15MB
Upload Insurance Policy
Max File Size 15MB

​Please note: This application does not guarantee a place in the Barrow Carnival Parade. 

 

By clicking the 'Submit' button below, you agree that the information you have provided can be stored on a database inline with GDPR (General Data Protection Act), and you also agree that the information can be used by the Barrow Carnival Organisers.

Terms & Conditions...

  • All motorised floats will require insurance and MOT, which must be presented at least 28 days prior to the carnival.

  • Floats are limited to a maximum weight of 7.5 tonnes. With special arrangements larger vehicles may be accepted by the Barrow Carnival Organisers.

  • All motorised floats will require a written risk assessment - Carnival organisers can offer assistance with this as required.

  • Each entry must have one nominated 'Float Leader' who will be responsible for the safe operation of the float / entry and must manage the 'Float Stewards' for each entry.

  • Each entry will be required to supply at least two volunteer 'Float Stewards' to accompany float prior to and during the parade. These stewards must not be an active part of the entry's activities.

  • Submitting this form does not guarantee a place in the carnival. Successful entrants will be informed soon, upon which the appropriate fee will be required to complete the entry.

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