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Cheltenham Festivals

The Cheltenham Science Festival is just one of the four festivals that Cheltenham Festivals run each year. Combined with the Jazz, Music and Literature Festivals, Cheltenham Festivals host over 700 events across 12 months. The four festivals have worked together to ensure Cheltenham’s enviable reputation as the festival capital of Britain, and attract some of the art’s biggest names.

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Cheltenham Science Festival - Cheltenham Festivals
... The Cheltenham Science Festival is just one of the four festivals that Cheltenham Festivals run each year ... Combined with the Jazz, Music and Literature Festivals, Cheltenham Festivals host over 700 events across 12 months ... The four festivals have worked together to ensure Cheltenham’s enviable reputation as the festival capital of Britain, and attract some of the art’s biggest names ...
Cheltenham Festivals - Further Information
... Cheltenham Festivals is responsible for the four festivals, which include two of the country's oldest ... The first Music Festival was held in 1945 followed by a Literature Festival in 1949 ... These were augmented by the first Jazz Festival in 1996, followed by the Science Festival in 2002 ...
Cheltenham Science Festival - See Also
... Cheltenham Festivals official website Cheltenham Festivals Myspace Page Facebook page for the Cheltenham Festivals Guide to Cheltenham and its festivals ...

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