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Wick Fete

An event in September in Worcestershire
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A traditional village fête held annually in the heart of rural Worcestershire.

In support of the 12th century St. Mary’s Church in Wick there is a vast array of entertainment, stalls, games, prizes galore, competitions and live music for the young and not so young, Wick fête offers a real treat for all the family including scrumptious food, drinks and ice-creams.

Telephone: 01386-552553

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