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Dickensian Evening

An event in December in Oxfordshire
Market Place
Wantage
Oxfordshire
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This is a Christmas festival held in and around Wantage Market Place on the first Friday of December every year.
From 6pm until 9pm, the square in Wantage is full of all sorts of fantastic attractions and events.
Its a real family event and is always great fun! Don't forget to dress up in your best Victorian costume!

Email: dickensian@wantage.com

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