We are delighted to announce that we are now able to offer seafood deliveries on Thursdays and Fridays.
It is with a heavy heart that we have closed the Fishery doors.
Whilst we are overwhelmed by the speed at which our world is changing, the Fishery is still open for business.
At the Fishery, we are in the process of regenerating our native oyster stock, we have been in this process for the last 50 years.
Let's face it; lobsters are delicious. Sweet, succulent and sustainable. Yes, that's right we did just say lobsters are sustainable.
It wasn't just the Oyster Room we lost in the fire but our water treatment plant which meant that our indoor lobster tanks and crab tanks had no water supply anymore.
We lost our Oyster Room in the fire last year, which was tricky as we are an oyster farm, so we have built a temporary oyster village.
We have been slow to update about the fire for no other reason than we have been flat out getting back up and running, but we thought it was time to see the Fishery.
Firstly we need to thank the incredible fire services that came to our rescue on Saturday evening, without their fast response, bravery and skill we would be about to tell a very different story.
If you look after your oysters they will be quite happy out of the water for about five days, maybe longer, they are much easier to look after than people think.