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Exeter Craft Festival

An event in July in Devon
Cathedral Green
Exeter
Devon
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Event timing: Early July
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For over 30 years the skilled crafts men and women from all over Devon meet together to exhibit their skills at the Exeter Craft Festival. This annual event is held on the Cathedral Green by courtesy of the Dean and Chapter.
There's good food, entertainment for all ages and an opportunity to see and buy hand made items produced by many of the finest Artists and Crafters in the country.

For further information please call us on 0871 716 2438 - Calls cost less than 10p per minute

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