Rock Oyster Festival

Rock Oyster Festival

What’s it all about? Rock Oyster Festival is one of the leading artisan food festivals in Cornwall and takes place at the 17th century Dinham House overlooking the Camel Estuary near Wadebridge. A midsummer celebration of food, music and art, visitors to the festival eat their way through thousands of Cornish oysters in highlighting the county’s rich seafood traditions.  There is also live music, circus acts, endless kids’ entertainment, alternative performing arts and a shopping bazaar. Family entertainment along side a showcase of the best local producers delighting us with a range of shellfish to steaks.   So, even if you aren’t an oyster lover, you can give them a go or opt for something equally delicious. Enjoy cookery demos from local chefs and the hotly-anticipated oyster shucking (shell opening) competition. Live music ranges from gypsy folk to reggae.  Why not take a day trip to Rock whilst you are staying here at Ta Mill. Children’s tickets are £14 for Teenagers, £8 for under 12’s....

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