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Rye Bay Scallop Week

Various locations, RYE, East Sussex, TN31 7HF
Rye Bay Scallop

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The picturesque Sussex coastal town of Rye hosts this nine-day event every February - its mouthwatering locally caught scallops are said to be some of the best in the country and are at their plumpest and most succulent in the winter months.

A mainly restaurant-based event the festival features cookery schools, scallop themed menus and scallop shucking demos. This is all accompanied by an exciting programme of live events in hostelries around the town.

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Rye Bay Scallop Week 2020 (22 Feb 2020 - 1 Mar 2020)

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