Once again MyCeredigion finds itself in Pembrokeshire... Not far from Narberth in Pembrokeshire is a treasure house of fun. Anyone who's been to Folly Farm will know you really only go with children. In fact an un-accompanied adult, male, with a camera would probably be fed to the pigs. Anyway for the third time this year I braved it's hallowed halls with a party of 20 celebrating EM's number 4 birthday, the Big O-Four. Folly Farm has all the usual appointments associated with farming; goats (yay, feeding time!) cows, sheep, horses, donkeys, chickens, giraffes, ocelot etc etc. Of course you guessed, it's not only a farm it's a zoo too. But what do you do in the unlikely event of rain in West Wales or if you're tired of petting and feeding and gawping? Well, we head for 'Europe's largest undercover vintage funfair with a huge collection of working rides and stalls lovingly restored for your enjoyment.' I'm not a fun fair fan in the normal, That'll Be the Day sense. Too many scary rides and too much teenage shrieking. But this is special. As it says on the can, it's 'Vintage'. The Chairoplane, the Caterpillar, Dodgems, the Royal Coronation Speedway, the Cakewalk, Golden Gallopers and a Helter Skelter with coconut mats rough enough to satisfy the most sadistic PE teacher. Best of all? The vintage art... Highly Recommended. Here's some pictures.
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My Ceredigion and Cardigan Bay
Welcome to the blog of Paul Williams, Ceredigion resident since 1970. I am a graduate of what was once known as St David's University College, at Lampeter. I played bass in Dyfed's first punk band, The Repeaters. Then living in Llandewi Brefi, we had a grandstand view of Operation Julie. Eventually, after 2 years playing bass in Brighton's 256th punk band, I returned to Wales to deal in books and then antiques. I have trained and worked as a counsellor, I am a photographer, blog and web builder and I publish the annual Wales Antiques Guide. I am married and a father of one.