Cornbury Festival moves location

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Cornbury Festival moves location

Cornbury Festival has moved location to The Great Tew Estate in Chipping Norton after 7 years.

After 7 years at the site in Oxfordshire the organisers of Cornbury Festival have decided to move it deeper in the beautiful countryside of Chipping Norton. After an announcment in the Whitney Gazette we can reveal that The Great Tew Estate in Chipping Norton, just 12 minutes drive from the previous location, will be the home of Cornbury Festival 2011. The festival is also gaining an extra day growing from a 2 day to a 3 day event, meaning more artist's and more fun!

Cornbury organiser Hugh Philmore said  "The Great Tew Estate is the perfect location for the festival. There are great views, more trees and it is just more interesting. The moment I saw the park I knew it was the right place for us. The estate has a magic to it. It is a quintessential piece of English countryside, just a beautiful location. As it's not a well-known site it has an unspoilt, secret quality that we like and already has a great atmosphere which I'm sure we'll thrive on."

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Published on 06 February 2011 by Wayne Feltham

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