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Secretary – Sue Stockman

Also Broadcaster & Interviewer, Outreach work into schools and communities, non-academic Researcher, Outreach development organiser and Community Archive & Carnival Promotional development.

Sue Stockman is a founder member of Cary Comedians Carnival Club and secretary to Castle Cary & Ansford Carnival Society. Sue has been in carnival since 1977 and has served on the Midsomerset Gangs & Features management committee in the past. Sue is also a founder member of Castle Cary Museum Society and has worked and taught in Early Years Education and also worked with families with children who have special needs. Sue has also been a non-academic researcher for various projects over the years. In any spare time she has made costumes and painted artwork for Cary Comedians, and is an avid book reader.



Treasurer – Gordon Stockman

Also Broadcaster & Interviewer, Outreach work into schools & Communities, and Community Archive & Carnival Promotional development.

Gordon Stockman is also a member of Cary Comedians Carnival Club, President and Procession Organiser for Castle Cary & Ansford Carnival Society. Gordon has also been in carnival since 1977.


He is Vice President of Midsomerset Gangs & Features and Co-founder and Vice President of the Wessex Grand Prix Carnival Circuit. Gordon worked as a lawyer for 50 years before retiring 3 years ago. He has also broadcast on radio’s BBC Somerset Sound and is a regular contributor to newspaper and carnival publications. A founder of Castle Cary Museum Society, he has a deep interest in our unique carnival history. Gordon’s other passion in life is sport, especially football, cricket and tennis.

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