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RENISHAW'S WARTIME WEEKEND

An event in June in Derbyshire
Renishaw Hall Gardens
Renishaw
Derbyshire
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Event begins: 20th June 2008
Event timing: 20th - 22nd
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Latest review - It was fantastic get you nylon stockings on and come and boogie

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June 20th -22nd (Preview day Friday 20th) daily 10.30-4.30 see Renishaw transformed into the 1940's, featuring Stalls-clothing & militaria, Civil and Military Re-enactors, Living History Groups,Entertainment fro the era, 1940's dance classes, Rene's Cafe, Licensed bar and much much more. Admission for re-enactors and stall holders is by prior agreement and with PASS only. Public attendance £5.00 adult, £4.20 Concession, childen under 10years f.o.c Polish your glad rags and benefit from the discounted price of £3.00 to those arriving in 1940's attire.

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