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Whitsun Fayre

An event in May in Suffolk
Bury St Edmunds
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Event timing: Late May
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The Whitsun Fayre is a two day event in Bury town centre.

Street entertainers, musicians and face painting to occupy the whole family, plus a flower and plant market, a farmers market, a children's farm, a variety of craft and food stalls from across the globe, and a beach will be situated in the Traverse.

The event runs from 10am to 4pm on each day.

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