All the fun of the fair returns to car park

All the fun of Scarborough Fair,enjoying the rides. Ella and Dad, Francis Lightfoot having a great time.113935k   Picture Richard Ponter

All the fun of Scarborough Fair,enjoying the rides. Ella and Dad, Francis Lightfoot having a great time.113935k Picture Richard Ponter

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THE East Coast’s biggest funfair began in Scarborough last night, with organisers promising the event will be more spectacular than ever.

Scarborough Fair will be in the William Street car park in Dean Road for four days with a large number of rides sure to bring in the crowds.

All the fun of Scarborough Fair,enjoying the rides.Welcome to the fair Abbey James and Hannah Conn. 113935f   Picture Richard Ponter

All the fun of Scarborough Fair,enjoying the rides.Welcome to the fair Abbey James and Hannah Conn. 113935f Picture Richard Ponter

The Vertigo, a ride that swings customers at speeds of over 50 miles an hour, will be back in Scarborough and the new Tagada ride, a high speed thriller, will certainly have visitors in a spin.

Fair organiser Anthony Shaw, explained why he thinks the fair will once again prove a hit in Scarborough.

“Each year we strive to bring something new to the area and locals look forward to coming and trying out our new attractions,” he said.

“This year we have managed to secure the Top Buzz, the most spectacular ride ever to appear in the UK.”

All the fun of Scarborough Fair,enjoying the rides.Birds eye view.113935h   Picture Richard Ponter

All the fun of Scarborough Fair,enjoying the rides.Birds eye view.113935h Picture Richard Ponter

Mr Shaw said the fair will offer something for everyone young and old and even if they don’t want to spend anything people should still come down to sample the millions of lights and unique atmosphere.

Scarborough Fair will run from 3pm to 10.30pm tonight, 5pm to 10.30pm tomorrow night, and noon till 10pm on Saturday night.

All rides at the fair are half price today between 3pm and 6pm while special discount vouchers were in yesterday’s Evening News and will be available in Saturday’s paper.