Thursday, 7 August 2014

A New Fair In Town


As of Tomorrow, Botton's Family Funfairs will be putting on a Summer Fair in St. Joseph Hood Memorial Park which is that park just beyond the horse fields if you go walking up past Green Lane School and turn left towards Motspur Park.

The fair which is aimed squarely at children between the ages of 2 and 12 will on from tomorrow (Friday 8th August) until next Sunday 17th August - each day from midday until 7pm.

Botton's Family Funfairs (as the name somewhat implies) is a family run business that puts on funfairs. It is free to turn up and there will be entertainment including performers and swingball for free. Other attractions cost money in the form of tokens which can be bought for a pound each or 6 of them for £5. Rides and attractions cost from 1 token to 4 tokens with the most expensive ride being the bungee trampoline at 4 tokens. The bouncy castle is 1 token and there is an all new extra special bouncy castle with a ridable leopard's head (no I'm not quite sure either) which is 3 tokens.

So if you've reached that point in the school holidays when you can't think of anything else to keep the little ones entertained, this might just be the answer - at least for a few hours...


1 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Guest said...

It would appear that Bottons are not removing their posters and placards that adorn empty shops and the street furniture of the Motspur Park and Worcester Park areas with the same gusto that they put them up! Not sure if this constitutes littering and/or fly posting...

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