We offer a range of consultancy services, from designing and planning a funfair installation, through to sourcing and procuring the rides and equipment you wish to hire. Short and long term options available for resorts, shopping centres and more.
We have the capability to supply catering facilities for any event. Hot and cold food, served as a buffet or sit down dinner, beverages and refreshments including fully stocked mobile bars with spirits, wine, soft drinks and of course draught products
If you want to hire more traditional funfair rides and games then we have the option to offer this to you. From genuine Victorian era carousels, through a range of traditional fairground games, and all of our staff members in period dress.
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Add some sparkle to your corporate funday or family event, make it the one everyone remembers by using our range of fairground rides and games. Everything from a stick of candy floss to a complete funfair, with all the traditional favourites, dodgems, carousel, hook a duck, shooting galleries and much more With the launch of our environmental policy we can offer the ‘greenest’ funfair service in Nottingham.
We offer everything you need from the initial consultation and event design, through the preparation of risk assessment and safety documents to the provision of funfair rides, games and catering hire.
Additionally we are able to supply attractions ready for you to brand with your own corporate identity. This can range from our staff wearing your uniforms and dispensing branded prizes, to allowing you to add your logos and brand names to our attractions. We can make your corporate event one to remember. Our services are available throughout Nottingham as well as the rest of the UK.
Our sister company Candy Floss Crazy will provide entertainment for your wedding or party. Children’s rides, traditional candy floss barrows or even dodgems. Add the finishing touches to your special day.
Our event planners can offer help and assistance with your event in the Nottingham region. Let our experts guide you on the layout and range of attractions available. We can help you with the sourcing of rides for amusement parks, shopping malls, community events etc.
In Anglo-Saxon times, around 600 AD the site formed part of the Kingdom of Mercia and was known in the Brythonic language as Tigguo Cobauc, meaning Place of Caves. In Welsh it is known poetically as Y Ty Ogofog, "The Cavey Dwelling". When it fell under the rule of a Saxon chieftain named Snot it became known as "Snotingaham"; the homestead of Snot's people (Inga = the people of; Ham = homestead). Snot brought together his people in an area now known as the Lace Market.
Nottingham was captured in 867 by Danish Vikings and later became one of the Five Burghs – or fortified towns – of The Danelaw.
In the 11th century Nottingham Castle was constructed on a sandstone outcrop by the River Leen. The Anglo-Saxon settlement developed into the English Borough of Nottingham and housed a Town Hall and Law Courts. A settlement also developed around the castle on the hill opposite and was the French borough supporting the Normans in the castle. Eventually, the space between was built on as the town grew and the Old Market Square became the focus of Nottingham several centuries later. On the return of Richard Coeur de Lion from the Crusades, the castle stood out in Prince John's favour. So, it was besieged by Richard, and after a sharp conflict, captured.
Funfairgames Offer Professional Fairground and Funfair Hire throughout the United Kingdom