Charity fayre being held tomorrow

Charity fayre being held tomorrow

Charity fayre being held tomorrow

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The Helen Rollason Cancer Charity is holding its fifth annual Vintage Fayre tomorrow.

The Vintage Fayre promises to be a great day out for all the family with classic cars, stalls, children's entertainment including donkey rides and minion appearances.

It is being held at The Crix, Hatfield Peverel from 10am until 5pm.

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2:22pm Sat 21 Jun 14

Jack222 says...

A general point - I never attend 'Fayres'; the use of the word screams 'twee'.
A general point - I never attend 'Fayres'; the use of the word screams 'twee'. Jack222
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6:55pm Sat 21 Jun 14

pierre-pierre says...

not generally found in modern dictionaries but not really twee

Fayre is an archaic spelling of fair, used mostly from the 15th to the 17th century. This spelling is now confusingly used for both fair and fare, the latter in the sense of 'food and drink'. In itself, the word means a gathering of stalls and amusements for public entertainment. The alternative spelling is an old-fashioned affectation and is used in order to remind revellers and participants of medieval fayres and markets. It is mainly used for fairs that are essentially leisure rather than business events such as trade fairs and rides.
not generally found in modern dictionaries but not really twee Fayre is an archaic spelling of fair, used mostly from the 15th to the 17th century. This spelling is now confusingly used for both fair and fare, the latter in the sense of 'food and drink'. In itself, the word means a gathering of stalls and amusements for public entertainment. The alternative spelling is an old-fashioned affectation and is used in order to remind revellers and participants of medieval fayres and markets. It is mainly used for fairs that are essentially leisure rather than business events such as trade fairs and rides. pierre-pierre
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