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Winshill Parish Fair brings people out to play

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: May 27, 2014

  • 26/05/14 Winshill Parish Fair - Canterbury Road, Winshill Winshill Parish Fair. Hollie Welldon

  • 26/05/14 Winshill Parish Fair - Canterbury Road, Winshill Winshill Parish Fair.Nichole Spiby and Cheryl Maher

  • 26/05/14 Winshill Parish Fair - Canterbury Road, Winshill Winshill Parish Fair. Karen Williams,Samantha Crisp and Melanie Crisp

  • 26/05/14 Winshill Parish Fair - Canterbury Road, Winshill Winshill Parish Fair. Gemma Manlove

  • 26/05/14 Winshill Parish Fair - Canterbury Road, Winshill Winshill Parish Fair. Kim Smith,Kay Holland,John Flint and Gary White

  • 26/05/14 Winshill Parish Fair - Canterbury Road, Winshill Winshill Parish Fair. Sonja Sharkey of Bluebell Baking

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FROM vintage clothes stalls to bouncy castles, there was something for everybody at Winshill Parish Fair.

The annual event, on Monday, brought people flooding into the parish centre from all parts of the area to see what was on offer – and they were not disappointed.

A number of local businesses and charities were represented at the fair, including Bluebelle Bakery and Ahoy Sailor from the Octagon Centre.

There was also plenty for children to do, with an assault course, inflatable slides and a bungee run for older children.

Parish councillor Kim Smith, who organised the day, told the Mail it had been a success.

“It went very well to say most people were down at Wembley. We try to make it bigger and better every year, and we did that. It was well attended and people enjoyed it.”

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