Dancers, musicians and entertainers of all ages wowed the crowds as the Worthing Carnival brought a party atmosphere to the town today (Monday August 31).
The three-day carnival, which comes to a conclusion today, has a Vintage Vibe theme and included a car show, beach market, live music and entertainment, as well as a family festival day with interactive workshops and live performances.
The annual procession along the seafront departed from Grand Avenue at 12.30pm and arrived at The Steyne at 1pm.
Drummers, firefighters and cheerleaders were among those taking part in the procession.
Since its beginning in 1921, the Rotary Carnival has raised more than £40,000 for charitable causes such as Ferring Country Centre, the most recent to benefit.
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