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Fair

In numismatics, describing a well-worn coin on which the date may be visible only with some difficulty. These coins generally are less valuable for collectors.
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The fayre opened with a new flair - Santa Claus himself from the back of a convertible BMW entering the fayre venue.
The first, which will be on tomorrow, is the German Christmas Fayre at the Goethe Institut in Nicosia from 4pm until 8pm.
By expanding into Trinity Square, the four-day fayre on November 19-22 will almost double in size.
A wide range of specialist wedding exhibitors will be at the North John Street hotel for the fayre, including bridal wear, car hire, florists, groom wear, gifts & favours, mother of the bride and many more.
Wylam Summer Fayre in the Tyne Valley will take place on June 22.
Twycross Zoo, near Atherstone, will be welcoming couples to the fayre on Sunday October 7 after it got a licence to host ceremonies.
Housed within historic Hulme Hall and surrounding grounds, the fayre will feature more than 100 local producer and artisan craft stalls, as well as chef demonstrations that will show how to roast chestnuts to perfection and festive fairground rides.
Ocean Park Brewers Fayre general manager Andrew Johnson said: "Elliot has done so much to help the community and is a real hero in our eyes.
Documentation obtained by the Chronicle shows Baby Fayre has had a number of county court judgments against it and the firm has failed to pay a total of more than pounds 10,000 to people who sued it.
Cotswold Fayre stock a wide range of cereals including tasty porridge as well as different varieties of bread flour, check out the fantastic range of breakfast products here: http://www.
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, England, September 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Cotswold Fayre is introducing 'Fayre Rewards': a reward scheme to thank its loyal customers who have given the gourmet food supplier (http://www.
Moseley Park, formerly a Beefeater, will be converted to a Brewers Fayre.