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Mid-Lent Fair rolls into Stamford on Mother's Day for a week of thrills and spills




The Mid-Lent Fair rolls into Stamford on Mothering Sunday and will open at 6pm sharp on Monday night.

Whether you want to take a spin on the waltzers, brave it on white-knuckle rides like Cyclone Twist and Bomber, eat some sticky candyfloss or try your hand at hooking some ducks – there will be something for everyone.

An SKDC spokesman said: “We are really looking forward to welcoming the Mid Lent Fair to Stamford and Grantham once again. It is always hugely popular with residents and visitors alike and this year has over 90 rides and attractions for all ages to enjoy.”

The opening of the Mid-Lent Fair in Stamford last year, Photo: Lee Hellwing
The opening of the Mid-Lent Fair in Stamford last year, Photo: Lee Hellwing

Discount vouchers for 30p off children's rides and 50p off adult rides are available at South Kesteven District Council's office in Maiden Lane.

The fair will run every day until 10pm on Saturday, April 6.

Stamford Mid-Lent Fair 2018, Photo: Lee Hellwing
Stamford Mid-Lent Fair 2018, Photo: Lee Hellwing

Road closures and restrictions during the fair in Stamford are:

Saturday, March 30, from 5pm - Bath Row, Gooches Court, Castle Dyke, Red Lion Square, Cattlemarket Car Park - until 6am on Sunday, April 7

Saturday, March 30, from 6pm - access in and out of Bath Row, Castle Dyke and Warrenne’s Keep will be restricted

Sunday, March 31, from 8am - Castle Street

Sunday, March 31, midday until 6am on Sunday, April 7 - Broad Street, Star Lane, Red Lion Street and Red Lion, Crown Street and Newgates



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