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Cerney House Autumn Fair

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Cerney House
North Cerney
Gloucestershire
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Event timing: Mid-September
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Cerney House, near Cirencester, kindly hosts this traditional country Autumn Fair in aid of Sue Ryder and the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Featuring local produce, plants, local art and craft, bric-a-brac , and children's fun including Punch and Judy and lucky Dip.

Refreshments are available all day.
Entrance is 2 for adults and children go free.
Address: Cerney House Gardens, North Cerney, Glos. GL7 7BX

For further details contact Duncan Willougby
Tel 01242 246162
Email: duncan.willoughby@suerydercare.org

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