Gharb Carnival draws the crowds for colourful dance, fun and laughter

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Gharb Carnival draws the crowds for colourful dance fun and laughterCarnival activities were held in Gharb this morning. After the last few rainy days, the sky cleared on Sunday morning to bring beautiful sunshine to welcome the colourful costumes of the dancers.
Gharb Carnival draws the crowds for colourful dance fun and laughterThere was plenty of fun and laughter and dancing to entertain the large crowd at Pjazza Zjara tal-Madonna.
Gharb Carnival draws the crowds for colourful dance fun and laughterThe Carnival 2018 activites were organised by the Gharb Local Council.
Gharb Carnival draws the crowds for colourful dance fun and laughter
Photographs by Alain Salvary

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    5 Responses

    1. anthony zammit says:

      Dear Editor. I only read your news and while I thank you for the update you give us I was not aware of the Gharb Festival for which I would have gone and taken 3 tourists with me. I guess it is the Gharb organizers fault because you would have loved to announce such venue beforehand. Thank you p.s. For more than 10 years I have not watched any local or foreign news or even listened to the radio. My life has changed from miserable to very calm and uplifting. I only read your news. They are enough to keep me informed and present me with opportunities of activities to attend.

    2. Ray says:

      The bad news is you don’t normally get the news till the day after it has happened!

      • anthony zammit says:

        I agree and disagree with you, Mr. Ray. Most of the times, we get the news beforehand and I say a big % of the times. The editor cannot know what is happening if he is not informed. I placed the comment to urge organizers not to forget to inform Gozonews.com because maybe there are more readers like myself who rely solely on Gozonews.com.

    3. Jane says:

      Surely that’s in the very nature of a newspaper.

    4. Ray says:

      To clarify a little, what I was meaning is that it is unusual to have advance information of events, just a report when you have already missed it. This does seem to be improving though, as shown with the timetable for the carnival this week being reported today.
      Obviously, actual news can not be reported until it has happened.

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