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The World's Fair March 17th, 2017 - In This Week


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Funfairs

Guild’s Rules greatly benefit general public, Chairman explains at Midland Section Annual Luncheon

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After its reinstatement last year, the Midland Section Annual Luncheon returned to the Copthorne Hotel, Dudley, on Friday March 3.

Dr Lynne Whatmore’s account is on page 6.


Circus

Jack climbs the Tower Circus panto beanstalk

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The Blackpool Tower circus-themed pantomime returned to town over the festive season, with its latest offering being Jack and the Beanstalk. Yet another Endresz family production, the show was well presented, enjoyable, colourful and overall very entertaining.

Andrew Lewis’ review is on page 24.

Preservation

Miniatures of all makes at the GDSF

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As Karl Burden eased into the driving seat as section leader of the working miniature engines at the 2016 Great Dorset Steam Fair, he was following in a family tradition as his parents Vilia and Brian Burden had looked after this section for many years.

Peter Hammond’s report is on page 31.

 

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