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Charities can sign up for May fair

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 March 2017

Simon Mann tries his hand at archery with Robin Macintosh from 2nd Nailsea Scouts at Nailsea May fair.

Simon Mann tries his hand at archery with Robin Macintosh from 2nd Nailsea Scouts at Nailsea May fair.

Jeremy Long \ JCL Photography

Live music, a fun fair and a military vehicle display will be drawing revellers to Millennium Park for Nailsea’s popular May fair.

Wurzels tribute band The Twice Dailies performing at the Nailsea May Fair.Wurzels tribute band The Twice Dailies performing at the Nailsea May Fair.

The event, which is organised by 2nd Nailsea Scouts, is being held on May 1 from noon to 5pm, with the fairground operating from April 28 at the park near Scotch Horn Leisure Centre in Brockway.

The Twice Dailies, Barley Rye Choir, Nailsea Musicals and Robin Schaefer will be providing the music while children can enjoy fair rides, a 4x4 driving experience, inflatables and side shows.

Burgers, hot dogs and home-made cakes will be on sale and visitors can also pick up some bargains at the car boot sale.

Vendors keen to take part in the car boot can turn up from 10am on the day.

Charities can also get involved in the event to raise money for their causes.

Any charities interested in taking part can call Richard Simmons on 01275 857784.


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