One day to go!
Hull Fair commences on Friday October 8, and final preparations have been underway throughout Thursday.
There is much anticipation in the air; fair goers missed out last year due to the pandemic, with many itching for its return.
Of course, it a great place to have fun with family and friends enjoying some candy floss, playing games, trying to hook-a-duck, but best of all is the epic rides.
Hundreds of rides have been put up, with final touches to lights, cleanliness, paint, sound, and more, being adjusted.
A number of food stalls arrived and began setting up in Walton Street. There will be plenty to choose from including burgers, hot dogs, noodles, kebabs, candy floss, brandy snaps, and even a chocolate fountain, to name a few.
Caravans were spotted lining up as some fair goers prepare for a day’s worth of fun at the annual event.
The event is set to bring thousands from across the UK together for some fun in Walton Street.
Opening and closing night, as well as both weekends at the fair, are expected to be busy.
Here’s a look at how Hull Fair is shaping up just 24 hours before go time.