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According to the Councillor of Celebration, "this year's carnival has been revived Jumilla" (24/02/2009)

Councilman Celebrations in the City of Jumilla Ildefonso Jimenez has made an assessment of the Carnival 2009.

Believes that "the innovations that were introduced this year have been well received and have had great participation."

Ildefonso Jimenez says that "this year, Carnival in Jumilla has resurfaced and I think it will be a starting point to get a good carnival in future editions."

In its assessment, Councilman Celebrations thanked all the partnership and participation, in particular, the various councils that have worked for the successful conduct of the activities and the Neighborhood Association of Calvary Street, the association of childcare and the different schools.

Over several days, Jumilla different activities have taken place on the occasion of Carnival 2009.

Parades, competitions and activities for all ages and who have participated in many people.

The main developments this year were the parade Saturday night from the street until Calvary Avenue Levante (where he cut a section of the street) and the installation in that avenue, of what they called the 'Fiestodromo'.

Also, with the authorization of the Government Commission was extended closing time of pubs and cafes to more enjoyment of young and old who attended.

Earlier in the street Calvary Carnival was a dance and a costume contest in which distributed cash prizes and trophies to the best group costume.

Sunday is held on the "Uncle of Higuico."

That afternoon the youngest enjoyed this activity so traditional and different playgrounds installed in the street Calvary.

In addition, on Monday morning parade took place on schools with the participation of about 2,000 children, accompanied by their teachers, parents and were dressed in the most different and original costumes: Chinese books, Dalmatian, octopus , hippies, swimmers, musketeers, princesses, bunnies, pirates, penguins, cups, representations of different movies and so on.

This parade aroused the expectation of hundreds of people took to the streets to enjoy the children's costumes.

In the afternoon, was a parade of childcare, a mobile disco, a division of toy train in the tent at Calvary Street, at the hands of the care of Jumilla.

Shrove Tuesday and held a parade with brass band and a mobile disk.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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