Saturday 25 October 2014

Bible in Flowers in Fairford

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Bible in Flowers is an event being held to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible – on a much smaller scale than last year’s festival of flowers.

Event:
Bible in Flowers
Venue
St Mary's Church, High Street, Fairford, GL7 4AF
Dates:
Friday 26 August 2011; Saturday 27 August 2011; Sunday 28 August 2011; Monday 29 August 2011
Times:
From 10am to 5pm on the Friday, Saturday and Monday, from 11.30am to 5pm on the Sunday.
Admission:
Free of charge with donations welcomed
Telephone:
(01285) 712428

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Monday 15 August 2011

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