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New massive Funfair for Sheffield from Farrar's.

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Farrar's Funfairs who have been in the funfair business since 1876 and today is presented by the Percival family will be bringing the biggest fair seen in Sheffield for many years to a new site not far from the City Centre from March 2 to 11.

At the moment they have rides open in Sheffield City centre for half term and throughout the year will be paying their annual visits to Firth Park, Endcliffe Park, Herringthorpe Playing fields as well as other places.

They also provide the rides for Fright Night and the Xmas swicth on and were the organisers of last years succesfull Seaside/ Beach event that was held in Sheffield City centre.

This brand new fair will be bigger than any of these above and further details will be released soon.

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Fright night was a total nightmare, it was too busy and the ques for the rides were ridicolous also the prices are way to steep when you are having rides in town.

2 pounds a head for quick ride on the dodgems is way over the top.

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This new fair will include free admission, free parking, security patrols for your safety and all rides will be at reasonable prices and as said earlier will be the biggest fair seen for many years in Sheffield.

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To be held on Granville Road on the site of the old college, 16 big rides expected and plenty of money off vouchers in the shops.

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