Crowds enjoy the May Fair, Hereford, 1965

Crowds enjoy the May Fair, Hereford, 1965

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Title Crowds Enjoy the May Fair, Hereford, 1965
Description Black and white photograph of crowds of people at the Hereford May Fair in 1965.
The photograph shows the view along Commercial Road. Billy Stevens’ main show, by then renamed ‘The Talk of the Town’, and his ‘Krazy Villa’ Haunted House form part of the line of amusements nearest the camera. Billy Stevens’ son Arthur is spieling on the front of the show. Note the coach and the double-decker bus parked in the roadway.

(Additional historic information provided by Graham Downie, Chairman, The Fairground Association of Great Britain, Member of the National Fairground & Circus Advisory Committee, The University of Sheffield)
Photographer / artist Derek Evans
Publisher Derek Evans Studio
Contributor(s)
Date May 1965
Type Image
Format Photograph
Identifier DE9591
Area Hereford
Collection Holder Private collection