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Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market

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What: 16th November - 17th December 2017 ** OOPS - Event Ended **
The Cathedral Green will once again this year be the festive place to be in the run up until Christmas.

The Green will be home to the Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market and all its stalls offering gifts, foods, crafts and lots more to help make a Christmas special from Thursday 16th November until the 17th December.

The Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market will be open on the following days:

Monday to Wednesday: 10.00-19.00
Thursday to Saturday: 10.00-21.00
Sunday: 11.00-17.00
Sorry this event has now ended

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