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South Brent Carnival

An event in November in Devon
South Brent
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One of the largest processions in South Devon, of award winning floats and walking group from South and East Devon, with larger float of 100ft long from Bridgewater and Somerset circuits. Carnival procession starting at 6pm in South Brent.

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