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International Byron Festival 2014: A Celebration of Byron & Friends
Tel: +44(0)8444 775678
Saturday 28 June - Sunday 6 July 2014
Every year the International Byron Festival takes place in Hucknall and at places associated with the poet Lord Byron.
This ever-popular annual festival features a variety of activities to suit all ages and interests in and around Hucknall. Visitors from far and wide join local residents as they participate in:
Ghost Evenings at Annesley Hall
Drama and musical productions
Open air activities or performances in the Market Place
Fascinating visits to places of interest where Byron once trod
Tours of, and events in, the Hucknall Parish Church
Local heritage and Byronic displays / exhibitions
Poetry and music activities
A variety of children's activities
There is definitely something for all the family with many events and activities being free of charge.
For further details please contact the John Godber Centre on 0115 9639633 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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