It takes Nottingham City Council about seven days to clear up after the Goose Fair
It will take around seven days for the Forest Recreation Ground to return to its award-winning best after the "world-famous" Goose Fair.
Nottingham City Council allows a week for clear up after the 722-year-old travelling funfair due to some 400,000 people visiting the site, in Forest Fields.
The five-day extravaganza, which boasted more than 500 attractions, started last Wednesday and closed yesterday.
Post photographer Joseph Raynor visited the Green Flag award-winning park today and saw the area littered with rubbish while rides were being dismantled.
A council spokeswoman... read more
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