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Shaftesbury Book Fair

An event in September in Dorset
United Church Hall
Shaftesbury
Dorset
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Quite possibly the Smallest Book Fair In England, but also one of the friendliest. From paperbacks to scarce and collectable, from fiction to the arts, aviation, transport, natural history and much much more!

Near (1 mins walk) Shaftesbury's Tourist Office Car Park.
Visit us, see Gold Hill (with nowt taken owt!).
10am-4.30pm Free entry, family friendly event

Tel: 01725 514480, email: geebabey@tiscali.co.uk

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