13th – 15th September 2019

A three day celebration of the area’s unique coastal heritage, its culture its people and its fabulous wealth of local produce.

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Stranraer Oyster Festival

13th – 15th September 2019

A three day celebration of the area’s unique coastal heritage, its culture its people and its fabulous wealth of local produce.

Countdown to the 2019 Festival:

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19 hours ago

Stranraer Oyster Festival

✨✨ IT’S THE MOMENT YOU’VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR.... THE BIG BASH TICKETS HAVE ARRIVED!! 🤩🤩✨✨

That’s right folks the hottest tickets in Toon have arrived at Oyster HQ! They will be available from this SATURDAY, 20th July, from our offices in Castle St!

Don’t miss out on a fantastic night! Come and grab you’re tickets before they’re gone! Ticket prices this year include an extra special free gift for everyone who attends! 😁

Our offices will now be open:
Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
Saturday 10am-2pm
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5 days ago

Stranraer Oyster Festival

✨✨Congratulations to all the wonderful Volunteers who helped out last week at the Skiffie World Championships! You all did such a fantastic job looking after everyone who attended! 🤩✨

Stranraer Oyster Festival is now putting a call out to all you fabulous lot (and of course anyone else who would like to help out at this years festival!) If you would like to continue volunteering for the great events we have in the town we would love to have you as part of our team! ☺️ please call into our offices at 8 Castle St, Stranraer to have a chat and meet the team!

Or alternatively you can sign up at stranraeroysterfestival.co.uk
We look forward to having you onboard! 😁😁
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