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Festival of Bacchus

An event in October in Gloucestershire
Rococo Garden
Painswick
Gloucestershire
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Event timing: Late October
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Our annual Harvest Festival has developed into an annual Festival of Bacchus.

Try out recipes, enter competitions, see a display of apples and even get a chance to produce your own juice. The Bothy is turned into an oasis of fruit and vegetables.

Events include:
Scarecrow Competition for local clubs, societies and schools.
Garlic Weekend.
All Hallows Eve Procession around the Garden.

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