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Dorchester Festival

An event in May in Oxfordshire
In and around Dorchester Abbey
Dorchester on Thames
Oxfordshire
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Dorchester on Thames Arts Festival is 10 days of 50 fabulous events based around Dorchester Abbey raising money for the Abbey and The Footsteps Foundation.

Come and sing with John Rutter, learn how to draw a comic strip with Kev F, watch your teddy bear hot air balloon down a tower, dance ceroc or simply shop at the craft fair and have tea. There is something for you regardless of your age or interests!

Tickets can be booked online or by calling the box office on 0300 030 3003.

Many events are completely free!

Telephone: 0300 030 3003 Contact name: Steph Forman

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