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Gaunts House Summer Gathering

An event in August in Dorset
Gaunts House
Wimborne
Dorset
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Event timing: Mid August
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Join us in the beautiful Dorset countryside for four days of love, laughter, surprise and discovery. Our Summer Gathering is something very special with inspirational and fun musicians, speakers, workshops, childrens’ and teenagers’ activities, stalls, and lots of variety. You can choose to camp in our beautiful surroundings or stay in the Guants mansion house. This really is a unique and special experience. More info. www.gauntshousesummergathering.blogspot.com

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To book contact us at Gaunts House
Tel: 01202 841 522
Email:admin@gauntshouse.com

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