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After a year's lapse we returned to one of Licolnshire's biggest Charter Fairs of the season.

Freddy Stokes Jnr's Star Flyer on UK debut.

Making its UK debut after being delivered straight to Hong Kong for the Winter from manufacturer AK Rides of Czech Republic. This is one of the larger models which is 40 metres high and holds 24 passengers. It was positioned in the Market Place opposite Freddy Snr's Fun House with Freddy Jnr's brother Davis Stokes in charge.

Jamie Clark's Miami on first appearance.

There hasn't been a Miami at the fair for the last two years, this year Northern Section showman Jamie Clark remedied the situation by bringing his Moon Dancer to the Market Place instead of bringing his Freak Out.

Albert Barker Jnr's Crazy Bulls.

After it's first appearance last year Albert Barker Jnr moved the Crazy Bulls further down the Market Place to occupy the position the Gallopers usually stand alongside the Assembly Rooms.

The other notable major rides at the Market Place.

Bimbo Bishton's Steam-driven Gallopers moved from outside the Assembly Rooms further along to stand outside the KFC takeway unit where a Runaway Train family coaster has stood in the past.

Bimbo Bishton also brought along one of his two Lighthouse Slips.

John Bagnall's Jumper was popular again on the usual Jumper position.

Finally a view looking up the Market Place. Jamie Clark's Superbowl, Dorinda Holland's Ignition Dodgem and Leighton Holmes' Arcade also in view on their usual positions.

Wide Bargate section of the fair.

Lawrence Appleton replaced his old arcade with his latest version.

Asa Johnson's Fun House was back in its usual position.

Robert Hill's Mini Bulls again popular with the youngsters

A view along the street showing some of the attractions in attendance.

Bargate Green car park featuring rides from the Holland family.

Bertie Holland's Booster was popular again alongside his Waltzer.

Alex Holland's Dodgem riding well during our visit.

Popular with the youngsters was Bert Holland's Dragon Coaster. Bert's daughter Samantha Holland was also in the section with her Sizzler Twist.

Albert John Evans' Waltzer with new screens.

The most popular ride in Cattle Market car park Albert John Evans' Waltzer featuring new LED screens supplied to him by Matt Taylor from Stamford. Albert's wife Julie meanwhile was minding the couple's Twister also in the car park.

The other notable major rides in the Cattle Market car park.

John Bugg Jnr's Booster with its impressive LED light system on a different position.

John Bugg Snr's Freak Out swapped positions with the Booster. John Snr's Top Gear Dodgem was also present.

Dane Crow's Extreme on its usual position. The Crow family's Cyclone Twist was also in attendance.

Jensen and Michele Stewart's Fun House supporting the major rides.

Finally a general view of part of the car park, John Holdsworth's Crazy Bulls and Matthew Dowse's Arcade were also in attendance.


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