More steam along to fair.
The fair takes place next Saturday and Sunday at Caldecote, near Nuneaton, just off the A5 and Weddington Road junction.
The owners of 17 large engines have asked to take part, the largest number ever to have attended, says organiser John Scott, who adds that inquiries are still being received.
Other attractions will include heavy horses, a magic show, parachute jumps each day, a craft fair, a children's fair, a motorcycle display team and live music.
Atherstone Beekeepers are again holding their annual Honey Show, as well as the Leicester and Rutland Beekeepers' Association.
Adults and children can see the workings of a honey-bee colony, fully protected by beekeeping suits, veils and gloves.
There will also be a children's entertainer, inflatables, a railway, dog displays, classic cars, miniature steam engines, tractors, barn engines, birds of prey and trade stands, plus a licensed bar and a barbecue.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Sep 9, 2002|
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