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Painswick Church Clipping

An event in September in Gloucestershire
St Mary's Church
Painswick
Gloucestershire
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Event timing: 3rd week in September
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Clipping the church is an ancient custom that involves surrounding the Church by holding hands.

Parish Council office (01452 812722)

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