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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 included fairground rides, live music from top local bands, market stalls and a range of family entertainment including cartoon characters, face painting and a magic show.
Wellington Midsummer Fayre takes place annually on the second Saturday in June in the town's Market Square and received support from Taylor Wimpey North Midlands as well as the Wellington Town Council and local businesses in the area.
King and Queen for this year's street fayre will be Michael Mulvany and Ailsa Adamson along with attendants Angus Anderson,William O'Farrell, Lily Bell and Aimee Johnston.
The spring fayre will take place at New Leaf's Park Lodge site from 11am to 3pm on Saturday.
CRAIG Y NOS CASTLE The beautiful Gothic castle in the Brecon Beacons National Park is a lovely place to visit for a fayre, let alone get married there.
Northern Dales Farmers' Market - the organisation behind the Frost Fayre - is supporting an Advent Appeal launched by Hartlepool schoolboy Ben Cooper.
Following the success of its Autumn Craft Fayre,the venue is hosting a Festive Arts and Crafts Fayre on November 16 and 17.
Around 750-1,000 visitors have previously been welcomed through the doors of the High School for the Fayre.
We aim to create opportunities for every pupil of Dalziel to become the healthiest and most balanced versions of themselves and the Health Fayre is part of this process.
We are already looking forward to our summer fayre, to be held on June 30 in the fields in front of the hospice.
Oswestry, United Kingdom, December 01, 2017 --(PR.com)-- North Shropshire College (NSC) is celebrating the success of the first Christmas Fayre, which was held at the Walford Campus near Baschurch.
The rodents were first spotted by a group attending a children's party at Brewers Fayre at Edinburgh's Newhaven Quay.