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Thornbury Eisteddfod

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Hundreds of youngsters across South Gloucestershire test their music, singing and drama skills at the annual eight-day event, which is held at two venues in the town.

For more info contact the council on 0871 716 1866 Calls cost no more than 10p a minute

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