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Duncombe Park Country Fair

An event in May in North Yorkshire
Duncombe Park
Helmsley
North Yorkshire
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Event timing: Late May Bank Holiday Monday
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A great day out for all the family with non-stop main ring events.

With many other attractions such as trade stands, craft fair, farmers market, funfair rides, clay pigeon shooting there's something for everyone.

Tel: 01653 668 313 / 07508 763024
www.dpcountryfair.co.uk

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