Tauranga gypsy fair draws crowds

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The visiting gypsy fair pulled in both children and adults keen to try out circus tricks, hula hooping and even tarot reading.

About 150 people were at the fair yesterday afternoon at Memorial Park.

Kristin Wooden of the segway stall "Wheelie fun" said the fair had gone well in Tauranga.

"We've been very lucky with the weather," she said. " "It's also a beautiful location."

She said more people had come through the fair on Saturday than Sunday although there had been a good turn out bothe days.

Kelly Lyttle, Rebecca Snowden and Anneliese Bayer were enjoying the entertainment of 'Karlos' playing various instruments.

Ms Lyttle said the fair had been, "so cool".

Ms Bayer, who was visiting from Auckland said she had enjoyed the fair because it was something different, and had "lots of good vibes".

- Bay of Plenty Times

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