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Corrections and clarifications

• A feature (Tinsel towns, 2 December, Saturday magazine, p80) on some of the best British places to visit in the run-up to Christmas included Cambridge. However, it was off by some distance in saying: “The buildup begins in earnest with the arrival of the Christmas market at City Hall, where you’ll find about 60 stalls selling gifts, crafts and food, accompanied by carol singers, bell ringers and a brass band (9-10 Dec).” This information related to Cambridge in Ontario, Canada.

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