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South Ayrshire Council,in Ayr, have banned the use of Funfairs from being staged on Ayr Seafront-The Low Green, unless it was part of a bigger event, ie The Burns Festival in May can have a funfair on the Low Green, yet Ayrs Biggest Racing Festival cannot have a funfair on the Low Green, I think its depriving the people of Ayr and its visitors, of entertainment that the Codonas and Billy Hammond especially, have provided for years of tradition at Ayr, therefore we need to sign this petition, to get this new policy scrapped so the fairs may continue, I should also add that the ban was imposed without public consultation.
Despite this, they still allow Circuses to operate on the Low Green.
Please sign this petition to retain this great Ayr Tradition and lets help re establish a Funfair for September 2013
PLEASE READ THIS AYRSHIRE POST ARTICLE
THIS IS THE LOW GREEN POLICY, PLEASE READ
Please lift this ban as showmen need to make a living, and people like fairs its our BRITISH way of life.
Why do you need to change it ????
This is like most entertainment now years of hard work and our tradition just gets scrapped funfairs are being told that this town that does not need them any more I used to live in a nice little town wear you could walk to school on your own anybody would wish you a good day. we all waited to see the funfair come down the road and stop at the clock tower to unload there heavy bummer cars. they come set up there stall and move on in three days that was talked about for weeks. How many of our children have seen this.... PLEASE VOTE TO KEEP WORKING THANK YOU FROM LEICESTER
Graham , United Kingdom12 months ago Comments: -
martin wray, United Kingdom1 year ago Comments: Please lift this ban as showmen need to make a living, and people like fairs its our BRITISH way of life. Why do you need to change it ????
colin burrows, United Kingdom1 year ago Comments: -
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