They have a dancing bear, like in the old country, and two-three merry-go-around, and people in balloons, and what you call the big wheel
The big wheels
of hansoms turned slowly along the edge of side-walks; a pale-faced youth strolled, overcome by weariness, by the side of his stick and with the tails of his overcoat flapping gently near his heels; horses stepped gingerly on the greasy pavement, tossing their heads; two young girls passed by, talking vivaciously and with shining eyes; a fine old fellow strutted, red-faced, stroking a white moustache; and a line of yellow boards with blue letters on them approached us slowly, tossing on high behind one another like some queer wreckage adrift upon a river of hats.
A LONE protester stopped the London Eye from turning yesterday - by tying himself to the rim of British Airways' pounds 75million big wheel
Other attractions include the City of Coventry Corps of Drums, the German Shepherd display team, stilt walking, face painting, a big wheel
and more than 60 stalls.
The pair yelled in terror as the safety cage on their Big Wheel
ride swung open 110 feet up.
NEWS that the ice rink and big wheel
have been cancelled for Christmas by Birmingham City Council has sparked a furious reaction from readers.
LIVERPOOL'S latest big wheel
has started to take shape ahead of its opening next weekend.
CONGRATULATIONS to Liverpool for having the imagination to put a 60m big wheel
on top of a multi-storey car park.
IT SEEMS the Big Wheel
in Middlesbrough's Centre Square has got Teessiders in a real spin.
A MAN who climbed 200ft to the top of Belfast's big wheel
was charged last night with disorderly behaviour.
The pounds 4m Cardiff Eye big wheel
is being constructed on the lawns outside City Hall as the centrepiece of the Bmibaby-sponsored Winter Wonderland.
IF the Big Wheel
has no cost to the people of Birmingham, then let it stay.