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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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Only four days earlier, on Friday, August 23 at just before 4pm, a man was taken to hospital from the same funfair, aLondon Ambulance Servicespokesperson confirmed.
Set within 60,000 sqft of Exhibition Centre Liverpool, the funfair is packed with fairground favourites including dodgems, a waltzer, a ghost train and a 3D experience.
Set within 60,000 sq ft of Exhibition Centre, the funfair is packed with fairground favourites including dodgems, a waltzer, a ghost train and a 3D experience.
Organisers will be hoping for plenty of sunshine as seasidethemed funfair Beach on the Park arrived at Nuns Moor in Fenham yesterday for a run lasting until August 10.
The funfair and beach returns from July 21 until September 1.
As trucks and caravans arrived to set-up the Tommy Wilson's Funfair at Stoke Green park local residents gathered in a bid to prove their point that the site is unsuitable.
The funfair was also visited by the students of Swat University and different colleges.
The annual Stokes' Oswestry funfair will be held in the Argos car park later this month, bringing it back to the town centre for the first time in years.
The Farewell Summer Funfair will be open for the three days from 4pm until 10pm.
"I was alarmed myself when I saw the pictures but as I'm not an expert in funfair rides and how they operate.
Tula Smallman, 37, and Russell Coxon, 43, were hitched in a beach-themed wedding on Saturday, and took their guests to the funfair to celebrate.