11 reasons to visit the Leeds Valentine's Fair

The popular Valentine's Fair has opened in Leeds.

Sunday, 16th February 2020, 3:19 pm
Updated Sunday, 16th February 2020, 3:54 pm
PICS: Bruce Rollinson

And the annual attraction, at its new home on Woodhouse Moor, boasts a whole host of white-knuckle rides to entertain the city's thrill-seekers. READ MORE: Puttstars - New £2.5m indoor mini golf experience to open in Leeds

It is billed by organisers as 'the UK's largest Valentine's event'
The fair boasts 70 attractions for visitors to enjoy.

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The fair has moved this year due to ongoing work at its previous home at Elland Road.
Organisers have promised there has been no compromise in stature and size.
"Leeds Council has been fantastic. They've resurfaced the ground and the fair is looking really good on this site" - Roger Tuby, of International Fun Fairs.
"There will be a fantastic atmosphere, with lights and music and everything else" - Roger Tuby, of International Fun Fairs.
"We've been doing this for over 30 years. We just get a fantastic response from the Leeds people" - Roger Tuby, of International Fun Fairs.
Among the array of fair staples including rollercoasters, thrill rides, family rides, dodgems, ghost train, carousel and waltzers.
Headline attractions including the Top Scan, Superbowl and Extreme - a 33-metre observation wheel.
New for 2020 is the Mega Spin - a stomach-turning ride which spins, lifts and tilts upside down.
The fair is open daily until Sunday, February 23, from 1pm to 9pm. For prices and more information, visit: www.leedsvalentinesfair.co.uk