Viva La Carnival

Viva La Carnival

Published: 10-07-2019

Last Saturday Worcester Bosch took part in the annual Worcester Carnival and what a day it was!

With locals filling the streets, despite the drizzle, the atmosphere was electric highlighting Worcester’s brilliant community spirit.

This year’s carnival theme was ‘books’ and we based our fantastic float on our very own children’s book, ‘Picture a Greener Future’. Employees and their children supported the carnival, spreading the joy by sending bubbles and Bobby the boilers flying from our float out to the crowds. This added to the wonderful atmosphere spreading smiles across the faces of locals.

Solar Sam and Bobby the boiler got to show off their dance moves while grooving along to Paul ‘DJ’ Newman, creating a giggle or two from the locals. Being able to be a part of this fantastic event alongside many other local schools, clubs and other local companies was a delight and a great way to bring everyone together for a good cause. We’re looking forward to next year already!

Thank you to everyone who took part and supported this incredible day!!

To order your own copy of our book, ‘Picture a Greener Future’, click the following link https://www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/environment-2020/greener-future-book


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