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Children have fun at Valentines Park fair, Ilford

PUBLISHED: 11:52 10 April 2017 | UPDATED: 11:52 10 April 2017

Kids having Easter holiday fun at the funfair in Valentines Park.

Kids having Easter holiday fun at the funfair in Valentines Park.

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Most families have reached the middle point of the Easter school break and are looking for fun activities to keep their children entertained.

To battle the chocolate and E numbers associated with the season some parents took their little ones for an active day out at the fair.

From bouncy castles as high as the trees in Valentines Park, Ilford, to train roller coasters and swing chairs, children had lots of fun trying out all the different rides.

The fair is open during the Easter bank holidays and then at weekends till May 1st.

There are two sessions, 1pm-4.30pm and 4.30pm-8pm.

Children can enjoy unlimited rides for £8.99.

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