Beer Regatta 2021 Programme

This shows you what we got up to in 2021. 2022’s programme will be finalised next year.

Beer Regatta 2022

Saturday 13th - Friday 19th August

Regatta Day On:

Thursday 18th August

2021 Beer Regatta Programme

Throughout the week……….

Spot the Scarecrows in fancy dress around the village – how many can you find?

Treasure Hunt – pick up your form from the Beer Village Stores or the Post Office from 9am on Saturday 14th August. Take your completed entry back to the Post Office by 9.30am on Thursday. Answers will be available from the Beer Village Stores later on Thursday after marking has taken place

Window Spotting – pick up your form from Bay View from 10am on Saturday 14th August

Music around the village

Jack Ratt Colouring – pick up your form from the Beer Village Stores from 10am on Saturday 14th August. Take a photo of your work and tag it to Jack Ratt’s Friday Facebook post at the end of Regatta Week


Big Breakfast with Beer Scouts in the Mariners’ Hall from 9.30am to 12 noon

Small Boat Angling Competition will return to the beach around lunchtime with their catch

Dinghy Regatta – launch from 1.30pm on the beach

Kayak and Canoe Fun – register for entry from 3pm at Charlie’s Yard and the fun will start at 4pm on the beach


Sunday Fun Day with Robbie’s Regatta Races at Beer Albion Football Club – doors open at 1pm and children’s races start at 2pm. Buses will run from the Beer Village Stores to the ground and parking is also available. Entry by cash donation. BBQ from 1pm until 4pm. Refreshments available. Seaton Lions popcorn and coconut shy. Crafts for the kids with Darrell Wakelam

The Big Regatta Online Quiz – please visit our Facebook page to find the link to register and pay for your team’s entry. Teams of 8 people. Get online from 7.30pm for a 8pm start


Sausage Sizzle with the Beer Scouts from 5pm on the pavement next to The Anchor

Family Entertainment with Rob Pudner on the Jubilee Gardens from 2.30pm. A fun filled dynamic show, jam packed with interactive songs, stories, surprises and silliness. Plenty of audience participation and expect to leave with a smile on your face, a spring in your step and tunes in your head that you’ll be humming for weeks if not months afterwards!

Lugger Racing – launch from the beach at 5.30pm

Rowing Championship – register by 5.30pm at Charlie’s Yard to start at 5.45pm


Craft Fair in the Mariners’ Hall from 10am to 4pm

Regatta Talk in St Michael’s Church – “Weather in Beer”. Entry £2 per person. 7pm to choose your socially distanced seat. Talk starts at 7.30pm. Please wear a face mask whilst walking inside the church


Pavement Art Competition at 2.30pm at Charlie’s Yard. £1 entry with proceeds to Beer PTFA

Sausage Sizzle with the Beer Scouts from 5pm on the pavement next to The Anchor

Beer Coastguard Display on the cliff at 6.30pm (call out dependent)

“Knives Out” at the Mariners’ Hall (a Beer Film Society event – see their posters for details)


Regatta Opening Ceremony at 10.30am with Terry and Teresa Hoare at Charlie’s Yard. Join us to celebrate Terry’s time as the Beer Coastguard Station Manager – he’s just done his 1000th call out!

Lugger and Working Boats Racing launch from 2.30pm on the beach

Children’s Scavenger Hunt – meet at Charlie’s Yard at 11.30am

Fossil Fun – meet at Charlie’s Yard at 11am

Decorated Beach Huts and Beach Cafes – judging from 12.30pm

Regatta Fireworks – 9.45pm from the beach. Please note that the beach must be cleared by 9.30pm before the fireworks start – you can return to the beach when the display is over. Viewing points are from the Jubilee, top of Sea Hill and Common Lane. Please spread out for your own safety and feel free to wear your face mask.


Pebble Painting in Charlie’s Yard at 11am. Please bring your own pebble. £1 to take part with proceeds going to Beer Puffins



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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