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Carnival organisers have warned people to be on their guard about a gang of mystery rogue clowns in our region.
Melksham Carnival posted the above photo on their website urging parents to be alert.
Last year a number of them snuck into processions and scammed parents, handing children sword balloons or taking photos, and then charging for them.
The gang are believed to have struck a carnival in Calne, Wiltshire last month, and there have been reports of them across the region.
The route of tomorrow's carnival procession in Weston-super-Mare will remain the same.
There were fears it might have to change because of the predicted high tide.
Instead, the promenade will be closed between Cove West cafe and the Grand Pier from 6pm to 8pm.
Once the tide has turned, the barriers will be lifted to allow spectators to watch the procession when it arrives at about 8pm.
This year's Bridgwater Carnival helped raise more than 24 thousands pounds for charity.
After moving from a Friday to a Saturday for the first time, the weather held up for the night. And England's oldest lit procession had a few surprises in store...