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Wroughton Christmas Show

An event in October in Wiltshire
Science Museum
Wroughton
Wiltshire
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This fantastic new show aims to become an established, high quality event that will become an annual showpiece for Wiltshire artists, craftsmen, designers and individually selected, more exclusive, businesses. The show will take place within one of the main hangers which houses rare exhibits at the museum. With over 100 stands the show will offer a collection of some of the most sought after, top quality goods that Wiltshire can offer
Entry to the show will be £5. Free Car parking

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