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D.H. Lawrence Festival 2019

Various venues across Eastwood and the surrounding area, Nottinghamshire, NG16 3DZ
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D.H. Lawrence Festival 2019
Saturday 31 August - Saturday 14 September 2019
Various venues in and around Eastwood

The D.H. Lawrence Festival  offers you a variety of events based in Eastwood and throughout the surrounding areas at various locations.

The Festival has been organised by the local community who have ensured that the extensive programme has something to appeal to everyone. Events include - live music, open days, exhibitions, walks, talks and much more!

Click the website link above for further details, and pick up your free leaflet from various locations around Broxtowe for a full list of events plus 10% off in the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum shop for the duration of the festival. 

You can download the festival programme as a PDF on the right hand side of this page

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  • Groups Accepted

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  • Facility for service dogs

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  • On site parking

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  • In countryside
  • In town/city centre

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