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The Cranham Feast

An event in August in Gloucestershire
Cranham
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The little village of Cranham in Gloucestershire holds an annual feast on the common. An ox or deer is roasted for villagers to enjoy during a three day festival, symbolising the village’s retention of ancient commoners’ rights in the equally ancient woodlands that ring the settlement.

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