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Best year ever for seafood festival

By Beth Perry 21st September 2016

Best year ever for  seafood festival

THOUSANDS of people visited Newquay’s historic harbour as the popular Fish Festival event got underway for the 14th year. The South Quay was packed full of visitors browsing the stalls which lined the walls offering works of art, books and a range of delicious food. Fish Festival attendees could choose from a range of dishes made from locally sourced meat and fish or try some of the sweeter treats on offer including ice cream, churros...

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