Your culture attendant: things to do in Wolsingham

A THING TO DO THIS SATURDAY

WOLSINGHAM
Price: Free entry
Time: 1-3 hours
Held on the third Saturday in June, the Ovingham Goose Fair is held. Discover parades, children's attractions, traditional plays and dancing - and quite possibly lots of geese too! The fair usually begins at noon at the Packhorse Bridge in Ovington.
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WOLSINGHAM
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54.73085, -1.88319


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