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Bridgwater Fair

An event in September in Somerset
Bridgwater
Somerset
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Event timing: Late September
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Bridgwater fair is held annually for 4 days beginning on the last Wednesday in September.

The travelling fair is billed as the largest Funfair in the South West and many new rides are premiered here. As well as rides and hoopla stalls, there are a large number of market traders selling their wares in West Street for the duration of the fair.

Contact the council on 0871 716 2527 Calls cost no more than 10p a minute

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