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AN out-of-this-world festival is being held at Windsor racecourse tomorrow.

Organised by the Windsor Arts Centre, the Science Fiction Festival is a must.

Doctor Who, Tom Baker, will be there, along with his famous Daleks, the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, sci-fi writers John Brunner, Ian Watson and J. T. Sladek, the Citadel, one of Britain's largest inflatables.

There will be ten hours of H. G. Wells inspired films, an exhibition by sci-fi illustrators, bookstalls, a beer and food tent and an interplanetry five-a-side football competition.

Gates open at 2pm and all proceeds will go to local charities.

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