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Woolsack Races

An event in May in Gloucestershire
Tetbury
Gloucestershire
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Event timing: Spring Bank Holiday
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The races have no greater aim than for individuals and teams to demonstrate their strength and fitness by racing whilst carrying a sack of wool up and down a hill that reaches a gradient of 1 in 4. Around this the town celebrates with a street fair that aims to please many with street entertainers, local stalls and amusement rides. The many catering establishments in the town also join in to provide a very local fare for visitors.

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