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The term 'fayre' originates from England and refers to a convivial gathering that consists of local produce and products created by, sourced from, and connected to the local community. The modern day fayre also features a variety of homemade foods such as jams, teas, baked treats, chocolates, as well as handcrafted goods, jewelry, artwork, and other fun activities.

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  • Industry/Domain: Holiday
  • Category: Festivals
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