The black and white bird with the orange beak is an oystercatcher. You can sometimes see them on sandy fields around Norfolk or on the coast. They have a piping call and their own magical folklore, being Bride’s or Bridie’s bird in the legend of the Cailleach – a symbol of the coming spring after winter.
Please lend a hand by telling friends, relatives and people at work or school about the Fair, and showing them the poster. Why not print out a copy and put it on your fridge to remind everyone about the Fairy Fair, or in your window, car or somewhere others will see it ? You’ll be helping us make the Fair a success.
(Download a high resolution pdf to print out here)
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