Woodbridge: Shellfish celebration off to mouth-watering start by the river

Organisers Tim Jenkins, Rebecca MacKenzie, Jonathan Simper, Clare Simper, Stephen David and Anthony

Organisers Tim Jenkins, Rebecca MacKenzie, Jonathan Simper, Clare Simper, Stephen David and Anthony Agar launch Woodbridge Shuck shellfish festival, which takes place from October 3-5. - Credit: Su Anderson

A weekend dedicated to the gastronomic delights of a Suffolk river is under way.

The third Woodbridge Shuck kicked off yesterday with Bespoke Events’ Shuck Shack pop-up restaurant serving up five courses at the Tide Mill.

Today, the riverside hosts the Mussel Shack, Oyster and Champagne Bar and fine food stalls, while Woodbridge Wines offers tastings with seafood from 11am until 2pm.

The Shuck Shack’s back tonight, and Sunday brings Breakfast on the Boardwalk at Deben Yacht Club, followed by street food, oyster bar, fine food stalls, fish and chips, cooking demos crafts, music, crabbing, storytelling and sail making.

The Seafood Safari Supper later takes a foodie tour to the Adnams store, The Kings Head, The Galley and The Angel.


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Visit thewoodbridgeshuck.org.uk for full details.

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