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Festival on the Moor

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First 10 days in September. A unique festival of folk song and music from near and far, dance, poetry, local culture, visual art & craft, local produce & more in all kinds of venues across the North York Moors.

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Festival of Angels, Minster Quarter, York

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York Minster Christmas Carol Concerts, York Minster, York

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