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Award-winning chef to headline Oban’s Festival of the Sea

A leading Scottish chef will return to his home town in May to headline a 3-day Festival of the Sea, set in Oban, the seafood capital of Scotland.

Graham Campbell, who in 2009 was one of the youngest Scottish chefs to be awarded a Michelin Star, will be providing cookery demonstrations using seaweed and sharing recipes with ingredients from the sea when he attends the Festival, organised by the Ocean Explorer Centre at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), Dunstaffnage.

Fresh from his appearance on the BBC’s Great British Menu series 10, Graham will be returning to his old primary school building, Rockfield, to deliver cooking demonstrations on Sunday 29th. Rockfield is now a community hub run by Oban Communities Trust and the main venue for this year’s Festival of the Sea.

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