Hugely long-running weekly industry mag covering the business of fairs and amusements, World’s Fair is a UK newspaper style magazine that has been running since 1904.
Every issue of World’s Fair features all the latest fair relevant news, including details of how the different funfairs around the country are faring, and where they are currently exhibiting. It also offers classified ads as well as details of upcoming events and club news, and covers circuses and preservation. An essential resource for anyone involved in the fair and amusement business.
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Roll up! Roll up! For one night only, come see the fabulous visiting fair…
We all know the simply joy of the fair visiting your village, town or even city. It represents a chance to escape the mundane, to get out of the house and go and have a good time, to visit a strange wonderland of garish colours, bright lights, tasty but occasionally dodgy food and overpriced (just kidding!) rides. Why stay in and watch the telly when you could be out there having fun? Go on, get off the sofa and go and enjoy yourself!
Of course, funfairs aren’t for everyone, but it is rare to find a village or town that doesn’t have a travelling funfair rock up at least once a year to amuse the inhabitants and empty their wallets. Its part of the experience of life, wandering round the stalls with a few friends, daring each other to go on the ride that looks scary as hell. You know, that one that spins you at high speed, plastering to the walls and then turning so that you are defying gravity.
Whether the games are fair or not, whether the food makes you feel ill the next day and you find out that you have spent far more than you intended, the funfair is a fantastic experience that comes around normally only once a year – why would you ever want to miss out? NB