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What does it mean when you dream about a fairground?

A dream about being on a fairground often draws on the feelings we had when at fairs as a child. These could be happy, fun feelings, or unpleasant feelings. Otherwise, the dream indicates something about one’s life in the public arena, or social connections.

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It means that part of the fairground will now be open for the Easter holiday.
A Scotland Yard spokeswoman said: "Police were called to reports of a child fallen from a fairground ride at Ducketts Common, Turnpike Lane, N8.
This musical production, built around David Essex's back catalogue of hits, tells the story of a group of fairground travellers and their complicated love lives as they try to keep the outdated fairground a success.
There's never been anything like it in Gateshead, other than a fairground nearby in Dunston about 40 years ago when I was a boy.
Jane Willis of the HSE said the internal report's findings had exonerated the regulations for fairgrounds that the HSE already had in place before last year's accidents.
The meeting was in jeopardy because the Fairground and Expo Center did not have the money to fund an additional 80 acres of parking, as stipulated in its contract with the FMCA.
Calls for tougher fairground safety standards were quickly aired.
The iconic fairground is currently in a rundown state and Mr Danter's plans to move onto the site late last year were delayed by a planning dispute between Vale of Glamorgan council and the company.
A group of Paris citizens wants the Paris Agricultural Society to tone it down at the Paris fairgrounds.
Shoppers have a few days left to see a stunning handmade miniature fairground.
FAIRGROUND veteran Henry Danter has promised that Barry Island will be "better than it has ever been" after agreement was reached on a PS20mplus redevelopment of the rundown Pleasure Park.