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own supper, bar available on board. Board from Dartmouth or Kingswear. Return at 22.45. Funds raised go to Dartmouth Caring. Tickets from Dartmouth TIC.


25th August – 1st September 168TH PORT OF DARTMOUTH


ROYAL REGATTA see separate programme box on page 16 Full programmes available at a later date. Contact:


www.dartmouthregatta.co.uk 29th


August – 1st September


DARTMOUTH SAILING WEEK The sailing part of Dartmouth Regatta. An important part of the national sailing calendar with over 250 boats taking part. Dartmouth Week is run by the Joint Regatta Sailing Committee on behalf of the Port of Dartmouth Royal Regatta Committee. They do so with the full support of both yacht clubs on the River Dart, the Royal Dart Yacht Club and the Dartmouth Yacht Club. Contact:


www.dartmouthweek.com 30th


August – 1st September DART RAIL & RIVER: DARTMOUTH


ROYAL REGATTA 30th August - Fireworks Evening Cruise,


31st August - Regatta Air Display & Red Arrows Cruise 1st September - Fireworks Evening Cruise. Bring your own picnic! Fully licensed bar. Tel: 01803 555872. www.


dartmouthrailriver.co.uk 31st


August COLETON FISHACRE JAZZ CLUB


Coleton Fishacre, Kingswear 7 – 9.30pm Join us for a relaxing evening with friends, and enjoy a delicious two course supper accompanied by local jazz musicians. £25pp Call 01803 842382 for details and to book. Visit www.nationaltrust.


org.uk/coletonfishacre 8th


– 9th September


KINGSWEAR REGATTA Jubilee Park, Waterhead Creek,


Kingswear Each year Kingswear Regatta aims to provide a fun, local family weekend, hopefully with something for everyone with opportunities for fun and more serious rowing races. This year the main beneficiaries will be the RNLI and the Kingswear Rowing Club. There are several ‘enter on the day’ events.


Jubilee Park itself provides an area of grass where families can picnic and relax, be entertained and allow their children to play safely. Good food, good company and lots of fun are always the order of the day! Contact:


www.kingswearregatta.co.uk 8th


September FISHSTOCK


Fish Quay, Brixham This renowned seafood and music event is a real hit for the whole family with thousands of visitors regularly enjoy tasting the delicious seafood and marvel at the live theatre cooking demonstrations with some of the English Riviera’s most famous chefs. There’s a big music stage with a vibrant programme of live entertainment, visits to working fishing trawlers and heritage vessels on the quayside plus lots of fun activities for the children. All in aid of the Fishermen’s Mission which overlooks the Fish Market. www.


fishstockbrixham.co.uk 9th


– 16th September AGATHA CHRISTIE FESTIVAL


English Riviera The annual Agatha Christie Festival in honour of the Queen of Crime, who was born in Torquay in 1890. You’ll also find competitions, book launches, exclusive events and even a birthday fireworks display. www. agathachristiefestival.co.uk for full


programme. 11th


& 13th September


MURDER MYSTERY TRAIN Paignton/Kingswear Steam Railway


Come aboard one of our fabulous Dining Train serveices for the culinary experience of a lifetime with a little murder mystery to keep you intrigued!Train departs at 19:30. Platform reception from 19:00. Call us now on 01803 555872, www. dartmouthrailriver.co.uk


15th September CYCLE TOUR OF BRITAIN


Dartmouth We are very proud to announce that the Tour of Britain will pass through Dartmouth! A professional cycling race where riders are pushed to their limits as they cover 170km of tough terrain during an action-packed day of racing in Devon, with the finish line in Dartmouth! see www. southwesttourofbritain.co.uk


25th


September PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP


Greenway House Top photography tips at Greenway House and Garden from 10.30am - 4.30pm. Booking essential: 01803


842382. 30th


September


ASH TREE FARM - THE LAST 5,000 YEARS Ash Tree Farm


A walk back through time on a small Devon farm from 2.30 - 4.30pm with Stevie Rogers @ Ash Tree Farm. Booking preferred: 01803 712437 .


6th – 8th October DARTMOUTH FISHING FESTIVAL


Dartmouth A very popular fishing festival with various competitions held over the two days of the festival including Boat,


Shore & Wreck fishing. 3rd


– 4th October


DARTMOUTH HISTORY RESEARCH GROUP – 21ST


BIRTHDAY EVENT Details tbc – Contact: Dartmouth History Research Group


OUT & ABOUT 1st


June – 5th September


DARTMOUTH HEATED OUTDOOR SWIMMING POOL Milton Lane, Dartmouth …is now open for business!


23rd July – 2nd September


ART, SPORT & PLAY ON THE ENGLISH RIVIERA


Cockington Court, Torquay Huge range of free summer events on offer as part of the cultural Olympic celebrations. 83 FREE activities will take place, from Zumba and Thai Chi in the new outdoor gym area, to arts master classes with artists from the Devon Guild of Craftsmen. There are also play activities for children as well as storytelling sessions, poetry, singing, futuristic fashion making and kids animation to name just a few. Also includes exclusive Olympic www. creativetorbay.com


11th & 25th August & 1st September


CANOE THE COVES Grenville House, Brixham


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