According to Mereva Balinová
All day long on Sunday, October 2nd, downtown Limay will be taken over by the vendors and shoppers of the city’s famous fair of all kinds.
It is in all this that Joël Jegouzo, president of the festival committee, organizer of the event, hopes for his big comeback after three years of absence.
400 exhibitors await visitors
“Before the health crisis, the fair was attractive between 5,000 and 8,000 people depending on the weather, he says. It is one of the largest in the region. »
Nearly 400 exhibitors, mostly individuals, have already booked their spots for D-Day.
“People accumulated objects they no longer wanted,” explains Joël Jegouzo. Everyone hopes to get a little cash back in these times of need. »
Transport will be changed in the city center from Saturday 1 October at midnight.
Rue George Clémenceau, Rue Adrien Roëlandt, Rue de Paris, Rue Jules Ferry, Rue Maréchal Foch, as well as Place Elisa Ferrand and Place de la République will be closed to traffic and parking.
Only residents will have access, exceptionally in the opposite direction, rue de l’Eglise, rue Blaise Rigaud, rue Maréchal Joffre, rue des Fossés and rue de la Faïence. The return to normal is scheduled for Sunday from midnight.
A fair for all on Sunday 2nd October from 8am to 5pm at the Place du Temple. Option to register sellers on site. Prices: from 12.50 EUR to 15 EUR for 2 regular meters.
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