It's time for fun

FUN FACTORY: Jacob (5) and Samuel Mahon (4) in front of the Fun Factory, a revamped ride at this year’s Poverty Bay A&P Spring Show, which cranks into full action on Friday. The boys’ father Paul co-runs Mahons Amusement, which has entertained Gisborne folk at the Show since the 1940s. Picture by Rebecca Grunwell

AS WELL AS the Fun Factory, which used to be known as the Crazy House, Sideshow Alley will feature a range of thrilling experiences from old favourites like the Round Up and Ferris Wheel to the adrenaline-pumping Turbo Boost and Scream Machine. The competition side of the Show started today with dog trials.

AS WELL AS the Fun Factory, which used to be known as the Crazy House, Sideshow Alley will feature a range of thrilling experiences from old favourites like the Round Up and Ferris Wheel to the adrenaline-pumping Turbo Boost and Scream Machine. The competition side of the Show started today with dog trials.

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