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Wye Valley River Festival

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River Wye
Lydbrook
Gloucestershire
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An exciting opportunity to celebrate nature, culture, landscape and life along the River Wye. Starting at Hereford, events flow downstream through the counties of Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, the Forest of Dean and Monmouthshire.

Local communities contribute to the lively and thought-provoking 2 week programme which includes carnivals, fetes, music, street performance, exhibitions and local food. The Festival's grand finale Turn of the Tides is in Chepstow.

Telephone: 0742720235
Email: information@wyevalleyaonb.org.uk

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