The year the Red Barrows won the battle for smiles on the streets of Sussex

The stylish application of Hairspray earned the Best in Parade award for the Lorna Benson School of Dance in the Rustington Carnival procession of June 2010. And the young entertainers went further than merely looking great on the trailer of a huge American truck - they also performed numbers from the popular musical on their way through the village. Other prizes went to the clowns of Rustington Players, winners of the adult decorative category, the Mod Mums for best adult humorous group, TS Implacable, best band, and Lorna Benson School of Dance, also judged best youth decorative float.

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The Red Barrows at Rustington Carnival 2010. Picture: Gerald Thompson L25285H10 Photo: Lewes

Rustington Players at Rustington Carnival 2010.

Picture: Gerald Thompson L25267H10. Photo: Lewes Jungle Book by Rustington schools at Rustington Carnival 2010.

Picture: Gerald Thompson L25281H10 Photo: Lewes Rustington Carnival 2010.

Picture: Gerald Thompson L25266P10

Photo: Lewes

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