Five-day funfair comes to Little Stoke Park

Posted on Wednesday 14th May 2014 at 3:41 pm by SH (Editor)

Funfair in Little Stoke Park.

Local residents have five days to enjoy a family funfair that opens tonight (Wednesday 14th May) in Little Stoke Park.

The attraction includes large and small rides, along with game and refreshment stalls.

Opening times are as follows:

  • Wednesday to Friday (14th to 16th May): 5pm-9pm
  • Saturday 17th May: 1pm-9pm
  • Sunday 18th May: 1pm-6pm

Photo: Funfair at Little Stoke Park in May 2013.

Stoke Gifford Village Fete on Bank Holiday Monday 26th May 2014.

Coming soon: The Stoke Gifford Village Fete at the Trust Grounds on Bank Holiday Monday 26th May (2pm to 5pm). Fun and games for all the family plus a Fun Dog Show in association with Bristol Dog Action Welfare Group (DAWG) from 2pm to 4pm.

Attractions include swing-boats; tea and cake; archery; barbecue; Punch & Judy; quad bikes; bouncy castles; Taekwon-do demonstration; brass band; stalls; coconut shy; candy floss; art and crafts and lots more.

The fete is sponsored by Stoke Gifford Trust Committee, Stoke Gifford Parish Council and Stoke Gifford Scout Group.

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2 Responses to “Five-day funfair comes to Little Stoke Park”

  1. Happy Says:

    Went to this fair tonight about 6.00pm with the Family we were all enjoying the children having fun on some of the rides everything was great Then silly stupid Teenager boys that were drinking( they couldn’t have been any older than 15/16)started to have a fight right in front of everyone it didn’t last long as the two boys both walked away they about 5/10 minutes later they again started shouting at each other this time it didn’t end in a fight .
    maybe police presents at this fair might put these kids off and not spoil it for others
    we wont be going to this fair again or any of my friends wont be due to this sort of thing

  2. Team Powell Says:

    I attended the Little Stoke fair on Saturday afternoon with my two children aged 7 and 11. They had a wonderful time and I saw no signs of threatening behaviour. Cant wait for the next time the fair is back in town. Wonderful weather and a great community feel.

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