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Whitstable Oyster Festival

An event in July in Kent
Whitstable
Kent
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Event timing: Mid-July
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The Whitstable Oyster Festival is a vibrant celebration of Whitstable’s history, heritage, talent and traditions. Whitstable invites friends and visitors to share the unique culture and atmosphere of Whitstable, showcased across a full week of festival festivities. Centred on the unique customs of Whitstable and the oyster Industry, the festival has grown year on year to become an eclectic and entertaining mix of outdoor and indoor events. Many are free, all are affordable and there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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