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Cartmel Agricultural Show

An event in August in Cumbria
Cartmel Racecourse
Cartmel
Cumbria
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Event timing: First Wednesday in August
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Cartmel Show is a firm favourite with both visitors and locals. The Show, held on the first Wednesday in August, offers family entertainment in the picturesque setting at Cartmel Racecourse. A traditional Country Show providing the opportunity to sample the delights of rural life at its best.
Contact: 01524 733615
Email: cartmel.show@talk21.com

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