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| by zoah

As we prepare to pull out for the new season, we at George Irvin’s Funfairs would like to thank all of the enthusiasts, photographers and vloggers who visit our fairgrounds and share our love of funfair rides and culture. We always love meeting you, hearing from you, and seeing not only your content, but your […]

Posted in: Funfair enthusiasts
| by zoah

It may be January, but here at Irvin Leisure, we are already looking forward to Spring and our first funfair of the year: the Hampton Court Palace Green Easter funfair.

You can win a free family day at the fair with our fantastic social media competition. One lucky winner will get free entry for five people, plus 10 free rides, and four free bags of candy floss!

Posted in: Competitions
| by shane

It’s nearly time for Amersham Charter Fair! Did you know that this Buckinghamshire market town was granted a fair by royal charter by King John in 1200? Thus by visiting, you are taking part in a tradition that is over 800 years old! These photos give a glimpse of what the fair looked like in […]

Posted in: History
| by shane

We were thrilled to be part of this magical Batmitzvah on Sunday 26th March, helping you make your dreams come true is one of the most rewarding parts of the business!   Our rides & attractions are available for parties and events of all kinds, so if you would like our help to make your […]

Posted in: Corporate Hire
| by shane

Our pledge at all our Funfairs is that all faiths and religions are welcome! Wherever you are born or whatever your colour, you will always be welcomed into George Irvin’s Funfairs as we show zero tolerance towards racial or religious prejudice. Because of this, people of all races, backgrounds and religions can come together at […]

Posted in: News
| by shane

“From Garry Stewart”  Albion was made 1944 but never used and when the army released this in 1967 George Irvin’s purchased this and used it to around 1978. To all the people who don’t know, and the few that do. In August 2021 I sold my beloved Albion. I wasn’t actively looking to sell the […]

| by irvin

Sometimes we are fortunate enough to take part in some wonderful festivals, and one such was in the concourse of the new Kings Cross Station in the very heart of London. We can only praise the imagination and courage of the team from Network Rail who put this together and thank all those technical staff […]

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