This little hoopla stall is arguably one of the finest surviving examples of master-decorator Fred Fowle's paintwork on a sidestall left. It was bought by John Carter from a showman many years ago. Originally the Darts Game, it now holds that famous fairground staple, Hook-a-Duck.
It underwent an overhaul in 2010, and the trellises along the top were remade, skinned in aluminium and repainted to match the originals. Unfortunately a lot of the paintwork on vintage fairground rides of the 50s and 60s was on plywood which delaminates over time, rendering it unrepairable. Luckily we specialise in vintage artwork, so we are best placed to replicate the original masterpieces as closely as possible.
Who can play, and what does it cost?
Hook yourself a duck and win a prize! Hook a Duck is suitable for all ages, and costs 5 tokens to play. You keep playing until you win a prize, so you get a prize every time. Prices may be subject to change.
Buy tokens in advance online, and get FREE RIDES!
|Hire the Hook a Duck stall
If you are interested in hiring Hook a Duck prices start from £600, please click here for more information. It takes about 3 hours to build up and measures approximately 18 feet in diameter and 12 feet high. Please be aware that you will need a good level ground and clear enough access to get a light commercial vehicle on to the site (any gate must be minimum of 10 feet wide). It runs on electricity, which we can generate with one of our lorry-mounted sets if necessary. Please note hire price does not include prizes.