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Feast of Christmas Fair

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Sudeley Castle
Winchcombe
Gloucestershire
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The evening will be a showcase of local food and gift stalls, with craft demonstrations and food and drink sampling. The event will be opened by Lady Ashcombe, and all guests will receive a glass of mulled wine to enjoy whilst browsing.

The Feast of Christmas is organised by Winchcombe Abbey C of E Primary School, and all proceeds from the evening will go to the school.

Tel: 01242 602308

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