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Portishead’s Carnival Royal Family

A carnival royal family leads the procession through the town each year.

No carnival is complete without them and they are carefully chosen ambassadors for the event. They represent the town and the carnival and play a key part in other Portishead community during the year.

To find out more about how to become a carnival royal in future years contact the royal family co-ordinator on Tel: 01275 843422

Carnival Queen 2018 Lottie MaggsPortishead Carnival Royals 2018

Portishead carnival queen 2018, sponsored by the North Somerset Times, is Gordano School student Lottie Maggs. Lottie will be 16 just before carnival and is looking forward to leading the street procession. In her spare time Lottie likes singing, musical theatre, travelling and baking cakes.

The younger carnival royals were chosen at a carnival princess disco at Portishead Youth Centre, attended by around 60 young people.

Carnival Royals Elizabeth, Ruby and AmyCarnival princess is Elizabeth Logan, a 10-year-old pupil of Joseph’s Primary School. Elizabeth will be attended by runners up Ruby Villis aged nine who attends St Peter’s Primary School and Amy Moss, 10, a pupil at Portishead Primary.

Charlotte Radakin is the 2018 carnival flower princess. Seven-year-old Charlotte, who attends High Down Junior School, will be attended by Aoife Scanlan, also aged seven and a student at St Peter’s Primary and Katelyn Fielden, eight who attends Portishead Primary.


Carnival Royals Charlotte, Aoife and Katelyn