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Review of Burntisland by PETER MORRAN on May 31st, 2007
THE BURNTISLAND LINKS PARK Burntisland Link’s famous annual family Fair is one of Scotland’s largest summer traveling fairs, and are Scotland’s second oldest games dating back to 1652. The fairground is located on the links between May and August every year and it Attracting in excess of 275,000 people of the whole Fair duration,at Burntisland The White’s – Strand’s– Wilmot’s - Miller’s – Gamble’s - Paris - Knowle’s - Hickey’s - Hancock’s and Codona’s are well known in the town as they go to Burntisland for the full term locals and travellers call each others by their first names and I hope this stays alive. Generations of local people have been going to Burntisland annual family Fair to enjoy the fair that they remember from their child hood and now take their children and grandchildren to see. Generations of the same families of travelers have been providing the funfair entertainment in burntisland for Generations what is not just their business but also There way of life. peter morran

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