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Crafts at the Castle

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Sudeley Castle
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
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The ethos behind Apple Tree Craft Fairs is Craft Fairs for the Crafter This is a fantastic showcase for the enormous talent and skills of a wide variety of Crafters. On show will be the work of Jewellers, Knitters, Artists, Potters, Ceramicists, Photographers and many more. This event forms part of the Winchcombe Celebration Weekend. There will be a huge variety of events taking place all around Winchcombe, with a shuttle bus running between Sudeley and the town square

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