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Ethelflaeda Festival

An event in October in Hampshire
Romsey Abbey
Romsey
Hampshire
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Romsey Abbey is dedicated to St Ethelflaeda, and this annual festival is held in the hope that what inspired Ethelflaeda all those years ago will continue to inspire today, through special services and lectures.

A free event.
For more details, please contact the Romsey Tourist Information Centre on 01794 512987 or Romsey Parish office on 01794 513125.

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