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Ale Tasting & Bread Weighing Ceremony and Medieval Fayre

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Ashburton
Devon
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Event timing: Mid July
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Today's ceremony keeps alive this ancient tradition with a colourful procession through the town, in medieval dress, of members of the Court Leet and Baron Jury, Town Council and other local people, culminating in a Medieval Fair.
Phone: 01364 653426
Email: info@ashburton.org

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