Diary: 8-14 July
Monday 08 August 1994
Wednesday 10: Nossek Chamber Quarter concert, National Portrait Gallery, London WC2.
Thursday 11: English National Sheepdog Trials begin, Northleach, Gloucestershire.
Friday 12: Equestrianism, Gatcombe Park Horse Trials begin, Minchinhampton (to 14 August).
Saturday 13: Children's Music Workshop, Science Museum, London SW7 (and 14 August). Football, Endsleigh League and Scottish League seasons begin.
Sunday 14: Eleventh Sunday after Trinity. Edinburgh International Festival begins, Edinburgh. Sailing, World, European and National Championships begin, Penzance, Cornwall.
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