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Abbey-cwm-hir Beer Festival

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The annual Abbeycwmhir beer festival is held on a weekend in mid-August, starting at 7pm on the Friday evening till late & then continuing on the Saturday from midday till sometime later.
There will be a barbecue both evenings.
For Camping phone 01597851666
For B&B phone 01597851240.
Any other queries phone us on 01597851203 or email us.

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