Beer Regatta 2020 Virtual Programme

The details of the Regatta Remotely virtual events that took place are here. 

Beer Regatta 2021

Saturday 14th - Friday 20th August

Regatta Day On:

Thursday 19th August

2020 Regatta Remotely Virtual Programme

Friday

No Regatta Remotely events were held on this day.

Saturday

Regatta Remotely ‘Rack your Brain’ teaser was posted on Facebook.

Sunday

Robbie’s Regatta Remotely Races posted on Facebook at 2.30pm. There were 10 categories of races –

  1. Sack/Pillow race
  2. Three legged race (with your family and friends or your social bubble to stay safe)
  3. Egg & Spoon race
  4. Throw an egg to each other and move apart until it breaks
  5. Skipping rope race
  6. Wheelbarrow race (again with your family or social bubble)
  7. Loo roll balance on your head race
  8. Chuck welly to see who can throw it the furthest
  9. Limbo dancing – see who can limbo the lowest
  10. Make up a race – let’s see who can be the most inventive

Regatta Remotely Quiz – this was a great success with over 20 virtual teams!

Monday

Regatta Talk with the Beer Scout Leaders was hosted live on Facebook. 

Tuesday

Regatta Remotely Remembers – all day virtual event. People posted their old photos of Regatta. 

Wednesday

Regatta Remotely Cream Tea – People posted photos of their own remote cream tea. 

Thursday

Regatta Remotely Fancy Dress –  People posted photos of their own remote fancy dress. 

Friday

Every year we choose a photo from the previous years Regatta as the front of our programme. As Regatta was virtual in 2020 we wanted you to design our cover of the Regatta 2021 programme and the winner was chosen by Facebook votes. The winner was Amanda Clark and her design will be on the cover in 2021.

 

2021 - Regatta week starts on Saturday 14th August 2021

Holiday in East Devon

Relax or take part in activities by the sea. Treat the kids to a fun holiday in Devon. Visit Beer village for the best in East Devon Food, campsites, hotels, b&b's, pubs and restaurants, experience the beauty of the Jurassic Coast England's first natural World Heritage site.

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