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Cornish oysters from the Helford

As ancient woodlands bordering the Helford River in Cornwall, England turn red, so oyster enthusiasts can take a fun seasonal river trip to discover a two thousand year history of their favourite mollusc. The Romans famously shucked oysters at Port Navas on the site where the Duchy Oyster Farm harvests and supplies demand from oyster […]

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Travel & Places

A blustery day in Whitstable

Famed for its crop of oysters (only eat in months with an ‘r’ )  and an increasing number of great cafes and restaurants, the north Kent seaside town of Whitstable is always worth visiting. Popular with weekenders from London and boasting a thriving arts scene, the town has enticed tourists for decades. Attracting around 30,000 […]

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