The team behind The Woodbridge Shuck Festival includes:
McKenzie David catering co-founders of the Shuck, they are great supporters of local produce and have an ability to create fabulous food makes them a foodie force to be reckoned with.
Adnams – The Adnams Shop Woodbridge is one of the popular and well known retail outlets for Adnams of Southwold beverages, kitchenware and gifts. Adnams are a producer and purveyor of some of the finest ales, wines and spirits around. It has kindly sponsored the Shuck this year and will be running wine tasting in store throughout the Festival with 10% off purchases from the Tasting counter.
Infotex – A leading digital marketing agency allowing businesses to do better business on the internet – it is great to have them on board as the web partner of the Woodbridge Shuck Shellfish Festival again. Infotex have supported the event from its first year and are very kindly provided an entirely new website for this years event and sponsored the launch event as in previous years.
The Tide Mill Living Museum, Woodbridge Quay. The Tide Mill is a wonderful glimpse of Woodbridge’s riverside heritage, the last working tide mill in the UK and the producer and supplier of the well known and well loved Tide Mill Flour, used by many of our local producers including The Cake Shop Bakery.
SCDC – Suffolk Coastal District Council have kindly agreed to sponsor the Woodbridge Shuck again. Bringing people into Woodbridge stimulates the local economy and the festival also provides a great focal point for the the town at the end of the summer season.
Gotelee Solicitors – The regional solicitors practice has kindly stepped up to support the launch of this year’s Shuck. With offices in Ipswich, Hadleigh, Felixstowe, Woodbridge and Melton, the Gotelee team is keen to support community events in Suffolk.
RG Carter – A local family run building company founded in 1921. One of their current projects is the attractive Whisstocks development. The Shuck are extremely grateful to them for their support and willingness to allow the festival to be hosted on the quayside.