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Dufton Agricultural Show

An event in August in Cumbria
Dufton
Penrith
Cumbria
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One of Cumbria's longest running local shows and hosts the popular sport of fell running with competitors racing up and down Dufton Pike. The show also features traditional classes such as sheep and cattle, horticulture produce and handicrafts, dogs and vintage vehicles.

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