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Beautiful Days - Escot Education Area
England

Beautiful Days is the West Country's foremost music festival, held at the end of August every year. Along with the top-class music acts, there is art, good food and a range of tea and coffee houses that appear across the Escot House site.

Proving itself as a superb family event, Beautiful Days also provides an area for children to play and learn a range of skills including circus performance. This area is also home for a number of great sculptures, including these two large wicker figures.

Copyright: Tom Hurley
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Uppladdad: 26/08/2009
Uppdaterad: 02/10/2014
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Tags: beautiful days; escot; devon; uk; music; levellers; blockheads; sculpture; festival; live; joe rebel sketchy; joe rebel; sketchy; howard marks; mr nice; circus tent; arena; stage; gong; wonder stuff; saw doctors; pogues; hawkwind; childrens area; circus skills; wicker sculpture
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