The 38th Annual Midsummer Fayre, June 21st

7 comments:

James Masini said...

Ah the Midsummer Fayre; when the community comes together to drive their cars and vans on our park to sell their crap.

bargainhunter said...

It may be crap to you, but to another person it could be treasure.

Mezzer said...

It's the best bit of the fayre for me! I've previously found the odd antique piece of furniture, a fair bit of music in various formats and many books and plants.

James Masini said...

The crap doesn't bother me as much as the cars chewing up the grass. I too have found a few gems (usually CDs) but the damage to the grass for those of us who use it regularly it's irksome to say the least

anonymouse said...

The cars don't chew up the grass nearly as much as the interminable football.

Tamsin said...

It's cars after prolonged rain that chews up the grass - should be OK this time. And grass is by nature resilient stuff.

Monkeyboy said...

well exactly, as far as im aware a fundamental propery of grass is that it grows like a bastard. Also, its park, a playground, a place for sport, a meeting place. It's a comunal space for a range of activities. No one user has ownership of it.

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