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Holly Holy Day

An event in January in Cheshire
Nantwich
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This is an annual event commemorating and re-enacting the Battle of Nantwich on 25th January 1644.

Approximate Programme
12 noon - Historical Tableaux in Square and use of Pillory in Pillory St
2pm - Troops parade down Welsh Row and into town
2.30pm - Wreath laying and Parade
3pm - Battle on Mill Island
4pm - Presentation of Rose Bowl to winning regiment
4.20pm - Troops depart battlefield

Tickets from Nantwich Museum, Nantwich Tourist Office or at the Mill Island entry points.

Children (Under 16) 1
Adults 2
Family Ticket (2 adults, 2 Children) 5
Telephone: 01270-611333

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On this day:
George II Fights Battle of Dettingen - 1743, 1st World Championship Bout by Queensbury Rules - 1890, Barclays opens Britains 1st cashpoint - 1967, Tony Blair announces resignation - 2007
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