It's time we went to the seaside!
Whitstable in Kent is famous for it's oysters - there is even an Oyster Festival each July. There are 10 days of fun including a street parade, music, comedy and a food fair. It started back in Norman times as a celebration and thanksgiving for survival at sea and a successful harvest. Have a look at the link for more information and to find out what grotter building using thousands of discarded oyster shells entails!
We decided to visit in November when it was quieter and enjoyed a lovely day walking by the sea and admiring the little alleyways.