Congratulations to all the 2018 Bermuda Day Parade Float Winners.
The Awards this year for Natural Heritage Floats in 1st place was Vasco Da Gama, Sandys Secondary Middle School placed second and Prospect Primary School placed third.
For the floats exhibiting the best art work the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs took top honours, the Department of ICT Policy & Innovation placed second and Dellwood Middle School placed third.
Special Awards which were open to all judged categories included the Premier’s Award for best float went to Vasco Da Gama. Sandys Secondary Middle School received top honours for the Most Beautiful Float.
The Berkeley Institute received the award for Most Original Float this year.
The Dr Kenneth E Robinson Award went to Prospect Primary School, the Minister’s Award for Most Original Float went to Vasco Da Gama and the award for Best Heritage Float went to Berkeley Institute
The Dr J Williams Award for Best Middle School Float went to Sandys Secondary Middle School, the Dr Marjorie Bean Award for Best High School Float went to Berkeley. And the Mrs JJ Outerbridge Award for Best Individual Float went to Dellwood Middle School.
The Chamber of Commerce Award went to Johns Hopkins Medical International and the award for best Government Department float went to the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs.
Photos Courtesy of DCI