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Tide and Turf Portavogie

Fish Market and Harbour, Portavogie, County Down, BT22 1EB
Portavogie name on boat

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Please note, the event programme details will continue to be updated for 2024 so keep an eye on this page.

 

The beautiful harbour village of Portavogie will host a celebration of delicious local produce as well as the Borough's finest food and drink on Saturday 7 September 2024 with Tide and Turf. 

Running as part of Ards and North Down Borough Council's Taste Autumn programme of events, due to take place within the first two weeks of September 2024 (tbc), this free to attend family event showcases the food produced around the harbour and surrounding farmland with a focus on seafood and beef.

Your foodie dreams will come true as you savour the seasonal tide and turf produce.

For the full Taste Autumn Ards and North Down programme, click here.

2024/25 council run events programme is subject to rate setting process.

Sustainability

We encourage visitors to travel via public transport and the FREE buses provided. There are fresh water stations on site, so bring along your refillable bottles and reusable bags to pick up goodies at the event. Please dispose of rubbish at the recycling stations provided. Read more about Sustainability.

 

Please note, details subject to change.

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This event is being photographed and filmed. Images may be used in Ards and North Down Borough Council promotional materials. If you do not want your image to be used, please inform our event staff.

For more information on safe alcohol consumption, visit the Drink Aware website.

 

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Season (7 Sept 2024)
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Saturday12:00 - 17:00

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