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Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross and listen to the tales of this ancient county. Hear how a King and his knights were turned to stone at the mysterious.
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The piper lured the rodents away with his magic pipe, but was denied the payment promised him. In revenge, the piper, dressed in multi-coloured clothing, used his magic powers to lead all of the children out of town and into a mountain, never to be seen again.


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