Meaning of fayre in English:

fayre

Pronunciation /ˈfɛː/

noun

British
pseudo-archaic spelling of fair and fare (sense 2 of the noun)
‘The fayre, which is being staged between 2pm and 4pm, will give residents the opportunity to meet councillors, youth workers, the police and other service providers in the area.’
  • ‘We really want the fayre to involve everyone and we want to hear what people think.’
  • ‘The issue we've got at the moment is the actual date the turnstiles will go in - we're pushing to have it all in place before the fayre.’
  • ‘The very successful part of the afternoon was the fayre in the College Hall.’
  • ‘Large crowds of buyers, sellers and pleasure-seeking spectators attended the fayre.’