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Shaldon's 1785 Day

An event in May in Devon
Shaldon
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Event timing: Every Wednesday from May to Mid September
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During the holiday season, a local gift market takes place on each Wednesday, known as 1785 day, and the local people dress in Georgian costume. In the evening, entertainment changes to Punch and Judy, sometimes an open air play, a juggler, or maybe musicians and dancers.
For more info contact Shaldon 1785 Committee 01626 872418.

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You know, I go to the theatre to be entertained. I donít want to see plays about rape, sodomy and drug addiction...I can get all that at home - Peter Cook
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On this day:
Battle of Edgecote - 1469, The First Public Railway Opens - 1803, First Asian MP Elected - 1892
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