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Clitheroe Area WI Show

An event in July in Lancashire
Edisford Primary School
Clitheroe
Lancashire
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for Clitheroe Area WI Show as your favourite British event.

Be Inspired - Be Impressed.

It's always interesting to see what the members of 12 local W.I.'s will make of the latest Show Schedule, just what will be the results for the class entitled: 'item using upcycled textiles'?

From flower arranging to a Lattice Treacle Tart, there is much to see among 1500+ entries at the Clitheroe Area Women's Institute Show.

Indulge in a little shopping with many Stalls selling chocolates, soaps, preserves and various crafts.

For an entrance charge of only 2 and with Refreshments and Demonstration of Sugarcraft available the Show represents a value for money trip out. We look forward to seeing you.

email: woodnew@tiscali.co.uk

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