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Warcop Rushbearing

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St Columba Church
Warcop
Cumbria
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On St Peters Day, the 29th June each year is the traditional rushbearing festival when a local band leads a procession of girls wearing floral crowns, boys carrying rush crosses, and adults, from the reading room through the village to the Church.

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