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Rocklands Mayfest

An event in May in Norfolk
Rockland St. Peter
Norfolk
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An Art and Craft Fair with a difference. Located in central Norfolk, close to the A11 and A47 roads, in the village of Rockland St. Peter near Attleborough. Rocklands Manor hosts the Rocklands Mayfest. Set in the Manor gardens, which are open for the day, in and around an ancient barn, we bring together local artists and quality crafts, professional garden nurseries, entertainments, food and refreshments. A great Bank Holiday day out for all the family.

Address - Rocklands Manor, Scoulton Road, Rockland St Peter, NR17 1UW. Contact phone 01953 488199

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