The annual Calne Summer Carnival takes place tomorrow, 29th June and there is so much to see and do - here's what to expect.

Festivities kick off tomorrow from 1pm in the town centre where Calne's own radio station, Eartunes Radio will be supplying the soundtrack to the event on the main stage at the side of the Town Hall.

The theme for this year's event is 'Influential People Throughout History' inspired by the 250th anniversary of Joseph Priestley's discovery of oxygen while living in Calne.

Community and craft stalls and pitches will be lining the High Street and down to The Wharf,  with food stalls located along Bank Row and Calne Springs Market in Phelps Parade.

Tomorrow is also Armed Forces Day so why not take on the challenge of the REME Assault Course which will be on the Wharf from 1pm to 5pm.

'Joseph Priestly' himself  will be in the Town Hall for free to see Science Shows  at 1pm and 2.15pm.

The Corn Exchange in the Town Hall will be the place to go if you fancy getting your bounce on - for just £2 you can bounce about for five minutes in the Bouncing Adventurers inflatable takeover.

While you are at the Town Hall, look out for a stall outside where you can view some of the council's ideas for the future development of Calne's play areas where you can give your feedback and thoughts on what you'd like to see there.

The papier mache pigs will be landing in Calne tomorrow, pick up your pig for just £15, ready to decorate how ever you wish for the Calne Pig Parade . You can find the pigs at the CMAF stall at the Wharf - they will also be available to buy from the Heritage Centre and Bank House from next week. 

Look out for street entertainment - there will be Stilt Walkers taking a football inspired strut about town at 1.15pm, 2.15pm and 3.30pm. A Walkabout Magician will be wowing the crowds with his tricks from 1.30pm to 3.30pm. A roaming caricaturist will be about from 1.30pm to 3.30pm , strike a pose and let them create a fun memory of your day.

Mr Bert - The Clown will be performing silliness and skills at The Wharf at 1.30pm, in the town centre at 2.30pm and The Strand at 3.40pm. All performances are SEN friendly.

The Two Freeda's will be bringing their unique brand of fun to the streets of Calne at 1.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm - Freeda the Artist and Freeda the Storyteller will bring laughter, art and enchanting stories.

Bubble Magic shows will be taking place at The Wharf at 1.30pm and 2.30pm and then on The Strand at 3.30pm.

As ever, the popular Jennings Fair will be in the Lower Sainsbury's car park from noon to 8pm.

The main event - the Carnival Parade will set off at 3.45pm heading down to Wood Street, past The Square, onto Curzon Street and down to the Library and the Town Hall.

Temporary road closures will be in place in town from 11am to 7pm - read more details here.

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