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Offline Pinkspoons

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New fair this weekend at Aintree Racecourse
« on: March 03, 2011, 12:24:22 PM »
I'm giving the brand new fair at Aintree a whirl this weekend (5th & 6th March) - will have a large stall full of lovely Danish, Italian and British glass (and maybe a bit of lighting).

It's organised by the folk who do AllyPally. It's has been very well advertised, and so should be a good 'un.

Details here: http://www.nelsonfairs.co.uk/aintree-racecourse

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Re: New fair this weekend at Aintree Racecourse
« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2011, 12:39:37 PM »
Oh just up the road... Have your got your passport for the West and your Scouse dictionary?

There hasn't been any advertising to my knowledge in Warrington. Any idea how many stalls we're talking?

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Re: New fair this weekend at Aintree Racecourse
« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2011, 01:58:59 PM »
North Lincolnshire shares phonological attributes with Scouse, like the nurse-square merger, and I lived with a Brummie, a Welshman and a Scouser at uni - in deepest darkest South Yorkshire - so I'm well inured to some of the UK's more... unique... accents.  ;D

Surprised the advertising didn't make it as far as your part of the world as the organiser said he'd really pushed out the boat in terms of promotion budget.

Last I heard (last weekend) more than three-quarters of the stalls had been booked for a venue of about 400 capacity, with more still booking.

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