Traditional Gozitan Fair taking place next Sunday in Dwejra, Gozo

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Traditional Gozitan Fair taking place next Sunday in Dwejra, GozoThe annual traditional Gozitan Fair – Fiera tad-Dwejra – will be taking place next Sunday in Dwejra, Gozo.

The fair – known as the traditional fair of the Gozitans, has been taking place for a number of years, involving many in the locality and is enjoyed not by only the locals, but Maltese and tourists alike.

The Festa Committee said that there will be something for every age at the fair. Entertainment will taking place all day, including the usual games, such as the lotteries for gifts for the home, as well as paint ball, and a quad biking area.

Other games aimed for the kids, will include the balloon game, the soft toys game, and a bouncy castle. There will also be a plant and herb stand with items for sale.

Everyone is invited to attend the fair for a perfect family day out and enjoy the lovely environment of this unique bay.

Organised parking will be available for the convenience of the visitors. For those taking public transport, then please take bus number 311 from the Victoria Bus Terminus.

In the case of bad weather, the fair will then be held on the following Sunday, the 29th of April.

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    2 Responses

    1. Anthony Miggiani says:

      Re the Gozo proposed chunnel. NO! NO! NO!!!!!!! IT WILL BE DISASTROUS and will assure the concretisation of your magical Island. The greedy and irresponsible developers in cahoots with the authorities care only for their pockets. Gozitans should take to the streets to repell the onslaught of the developers and use all means to push them into the blue sea – without life jackets!!!

    2. Mikeles says:

      I envisage Gozo becoming a race track for ‘lads’ trying to impress their latest girl/boy friend whilst reducing the income from genuine holiday makers and visitors who spend their money throughout the Island, so “Beware” if you love your Island do not turn it into a 5 minute must see, but not worth stopping, passing interest.

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