Kingsbridge Fair Week cancelled

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Kingsbridge Fair Week cancelled

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Kingsbridge Fair Week has been cancelled for the second year in a row.

Kingsbridge Fair Week organisers released a statement, saying: "It is with much sadness that we have decided to postpone Kingsbridge Fair Week for another year.
"We know that Fair Week is a much-loved local event and that you will be as disappointed as we are.
"As a committee we feel that confirmation and further guidance on whether, and how, large events can take place this Summer, will come too late for us to be able to put on the event as we would like.
"We are hoping that the 2022 event will be back to normal and we are able to put on the event we all love."

Kingsbridge Fair Week is one of the highlights of the South Hams' calendar and we can't wait to have it back, here's looking forward to 2022! 

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