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Cumbrian Craft Fair

An event in August in Cumbria
St Andrews Centre
Penrith
Cumbria
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Variety of Cumbrian craft @ 1st floor St Andrews Centre, St Andrews Place, Penrith, Cumbria CA11 7XX.
There is a lift to the first floor.
Tables are 6ft for £10 each
Doors open form 9am for stall holders and 10am to the public till 4pm for the public and 5pm for stall holders.

Telephone: 01768 428819
Contact name: Mr Oakey

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