Fair thee well

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The midway's been dismantled, the grounds have been cleaned and the contest winners filed away in the annals of history. And thanks to the efforts of some 500 Rockton Agricultural Society volunteers - and a little help from Mother Nature herself - the 153rd instalment of the World's Fair was one for the record books, with tens of thousands of guests enjoying the sights and sounds of Flamborough's favourite festival.

But before we close that book for another year, here's one last look at the Fair that was, thanks to the talented lens of photographer John Overmeyer.

"Classic rock and Livestock; Photographs and belly laughs; Piggy squeals and Ferris Wheels; Extreme rides and Giant Clydes; Home arts and Butter tarts; Pet parades and quilts crocheted; The best was there; At Rockton Fair!" - Karen Hunt

Fair thee well

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The midway's been dismantled, the grounds have been cleaned and the contest winners filed away in the annals of history. And thanks to the efforts of some 500 Rockton Agricultural Society volunteers - and a little help from Mother Nature herself - the 153rd instalment of the World's Fair was one for the record books, with tens of thousands of guests enjoying the sights and sounds of Flamborough's favourite festival.

But before we close that book for another year, here's one last look at the Fair that was, thanks to the talented lens of photographer John Overmeyer.

"Classic rock and Livestock; Photographs and belly laughs; Piggy squeals and Ferris Wheels; Extreme rides and Giant Clydes; Home arts and Butter tarts; Pet parades and quilts crocheted; The best was there; At Rockton Fair!" - Karen Hunt

Fair thee well

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The midway's been dismantled, the grounds have been cleaned and the contest winners filed away in the annals of history. And thanks to the efforts of some 500 Rockton Agricultural Society volunteers - and a little help from Mother Nature herself - the 153rd instalment of the World's Fair was one for the record books, with tens of thousands of guests enjoying the sights and sounds of Flamborough's favourite festival.

But before we close that book for another year, here's one last look at the Fair that was, thanks to the talented lens of photographer John Overmeyer.

"Classic rock and Livestock; Photographs and belly laughs; Piggy squeals and Ferris Wheels; Extreme rides and Giant Clydes; Home arts and Butter tarts; Pet parades and quilts crocheted; The best was there; At Rockton Fair!" - Karen Hunt