||Participants in the Lyons Carnival 1967 assemble at Grand Avenue in Hove. A Carnival Queen sits in the back seat of a veteran motorcar. Decorated floats for local and national companies stand in wait. A paddle steamer float reads 'Brittains Bells', another 'Penny Gobby House School'. A mock steam train reads 'Urban District of Epson and Ewell'. A group of women in fancy dress sit atop an Emanuel Coiffeur float. Brighton's Regency Cleaners are suited and costumed, standing on their float, displaying a picture of the Royal Pavilion. Others are dressed in yellow for the Yellow Pages float. A fire truck displays a sign reading 'Sussex Normandy Exhibition 17th - 24th Sept. 1966'. Women dressed as French maids sit amongst a bed of flowers on a hotel's float. A towering red devil figure stands atop a Mini Cooper in the name of the Devil's Bar. A Carnival Queen, wearing a white dress, sash and crown sits on a float decorated with streamers. A band of Ghurkas, in white and black uniforms, have lined up in preparation to move off. A young woman in a white bikini sits on a Sunblast float. Another is dressed up to stand on the Evening Argus float. A large model of a naval warship stands on the road, in aid of the Sussex Division Royal Naval Reserve. Men and women in 1920s outfits dance to music played by a live band for King Entertainments. Others are dressed as mermaids and Egyptians. Several women sit on a large model of a cake, decorated with flowers, for C. T. Culpitt & Son Festival Cake Decorators of Eastbourne. Nina and Fredrick, Danish singing celebrities, enjoy the crowd's attention.
The carnival moves off. Further floats for Wimpy and the Royal Navy, Carnival Queens and Findlater, The Martha Gunn, Kodak, Brittains, Hove Amateur Boxing Club, Denziloe, Morris 8 Club, National Deaf Children's Society, Findus, a Chinese Dragon, a Greek temple with women in white dresses as columns, and several marching bands, pass along the route, arriving at Preston Park.