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Annual Antiques Fair

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Luxborough
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SUNDAY 7th September 10am – 4pm Annual Antiques Fair. Luxborough Village Hall on the Coleridge Way. Entrance £1. A variety of stalls. Valuations Marquee. Teas, Refreshments, Bacon Rolls etc Stalls contact 01984-640603.

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