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Tide and Turf Portavogie

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


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 2nd September with Tide and Turf 

Running as part of Ards and North Down Borough Council's Taste Autumn programme of events, Thursday 31 August – Sunday 10 September 2023 your foodie dreams will come true as you savour the seasonal tide and turf produce.

A Free family fun event showcasing local food and drink. 

Further detail to come.

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

Ards and North Down Borough Council is committed to reducing our carbon footprint. As well as the free buses to and from the event, there are fresh water stations on site, so bring along your refillable bottles and reusable bags to pick up goodies at the market.

Event site | Useful information
Road Closures - Parking will be restricted on Harbour Road.
Accessibility - Portavogie Harbour is fully accessible.
Dogs - are permitted, to remain on lead at all times

This event has received funding from DAERA’s Northern Ireland Regional Food Programme.

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Opening Times

Season (2 Sept 2023)
Saturday12:00 - 17:00

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Road Directions

Getting there | Parking Do you plan to drive to the event?  Be considerate when parking, please think of residents.

Accessible car parking will be available - offered on a first come, first serve basis.   

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Public Transport

Taking the bus? A Free Bus Service will be available. (More info to come).

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