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1(at fair)puesto masculinebarraca femininethe southern campaign was merely a sideshow — la campaña del sur fue totalmente secundaria
- Apart from the usual party essentials of food, drink and music, there were all sorts of sideshows and stalls, one of them providing temporary tattoos.
- A horse show and gymkhana, and a fun dog show proved popular, and there were crafts, charity stalls, sideshows and refreshments including a barbecue manned by Wootton Bassett Rotarians.
- Attractions will include a bungee run, stalls and sideshows, balloon races and competitions, as well as lots of information about diabetes.
- Many of Hamilton's scenarios resemble sideshows at a circus or amusement park, with the action framed by symmetrical drapes.
- There was an air of pessimism among organisers when the first heavy shower fell just as villagers started turning up, but the turnout was excellent and the many stalls and sideshows did brisk business.
- Canon Harvey paid tribute to the many helpers and said that every year a lot of hard work goes on behind the scenes running the stalls, the sideshows and games as well as serving and preparing the teas.
- There will also be a funfair, sideshows, stalls and refreshments.
- The rest of the showground will be packed with funfair rides, sideshows and food stalls, with a live band and bar area.
- Traditional rides, sideshows and stalls will stand side by side with the latest hi-tech, white-knuckle rides.
- As well as stalls, sideshows and refreshments the club is planning a Grand Car Boot Sale to draw in the crowds at the bank holiday Monday event.
- There will also be stalls and sideshows in the community village and a time tunnel, which will take you back and forward in time to see the Thames and Thamesmead.
- Music was supplied by Woodfalls Junior Band and there were dancing displays by the New Forest School of Dancing, falcons, vintage and veteran vehicles, stalls, sideshows and various competitions.
- Throughout the day there will be stalls, sideshows, live music, entertainers, competitions and promotions ‘to create a real buzz’ in the town.
- Visitors said they enjoyed the event, and although numbers thinned quickly later in the afternoon, crowds turned up to enjoy the stalls, sideshows, fairground rides and the main acts in the arena.
- Flea circuses are thought to date back to eighteenth century England and Europe; over the years they became sideshows at fairs and markets where merchants sold their wares.
- The procession proved a popular draw for residents, who also enjoyed all the fun of stalls and sideshows, funfair, children's races and displays.
- The evening consisted of the usual sideshows and stalls and there were pony rides and competitions for the children.
- There will also be stalls, sideshows, fairground rides, new and vintage car shows and helicopter and balloon trips, and the Cornish Pavilion will showcase products from the county.
- The High Street was lined with stalls and sideshows, there were competitions and exhibitions and many gardens were open to visitors.
- Stalls and sideshows some staffed by helpers in old-fashioned rural dress provided bargains galore, and raffles added to the fun.
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