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175th


REGATTA


Country Club with competitions for both men and ladies, the Regatta Bowling Competition and an eve- ning Darts tournament held at the Conservative Club in Dartmouth over two evenings. Every year the Regatta organizes a variety of


entertainment. There will be music in the Bandstand throughout the week, and on Coronation Park, we have 2 extra special open air evenings planned for you: a return of the Sundowner for music, food and danc- ing on Wednesday 28 August and Proms in the Park on Friday 30 August – with our BRNC Volunteer Band - expect Union Jacks, rousing patriotic tunes, and a firework display: DJs and wellies might be required! During the day on Thursday and Friday the park will turn into an inflatable fun zone for your children to enjoy, whilst you relax with a drink and the best view in Devon. On the final day of Regatta, Sat- urday 31 August we will see many of our services on Coronation Park, from Devon Free Wheelers, to the Army, to the RNLI, plus Dartmouth Golf Club will set up a mini putting area for you to try your hand, or club! Our street market has had a major overhaul – now


the Royal Regatta Shopping Parade – it will have a mini marquee at its entrance and will be a vibrant place to shop: full of top quality vendors, international food and some very special areas to sit and watch the world go by. These will include a Pimms garden, and a Cream Tea garden. All situated right on the riverside, a picture perfect location to watch the world go by. As well as this new shopping area, our Regatta Craft Market will again be in the Old Market Square, and all the usual Regatta favorites will be returning to the Royal Avenue Gardens during the week.


There are a number of activities for children includ-


ing crab fishing, pavement artist and a colouring competition run by the Dartmouth Yacht Club, fancy dress and ice cream eating competition. Families can enjoy many fun events such as trolley racing and waiters and waitresses races and the ever popular competition, Spot the Oddity. Firm favourites of the Regatta, the Newfoundland


Dogs will again return to show their prowess in the water and we couldn’t not have a fly boarding display again from the superb James Prestwood. An extreme sport, Flyboarding will take you on a spectators adrenaline rush as James performs amazing stunts and tricks 50 feet above the River Dart with his partner – expect something different this year though, he has something ‘super’ planned! On Thursday 29 August we have


been invited to host a Regatta 175 celebration party, in what is one of the most exclusive spots in town. Canapés fizz and HM Corp of Drums will be the order of the evening as well as a string


quartet and a swing jazz band. One of the best parts of the whole of Regatta week will be the spectacular Saturday firework displays, guaranteed to leave lasting memories for those who come to enjoy all that the 175th Dartmouth Royal Regatta has to offer. Be ready to ooh and ahh... There is a lot going on so be sure not to miss a thing


by buying one of our souvenir programmes, packed with all the details and timings of what we hope will be a memorable Regatta 175. They will be available and on sale at Pillars, Holliss Filling Station, Dartmouth Vis- itor centre and Kingswear Post Office as well as being available to buy online for the first time ever!


Visit our website www.dartmouthregatta.co.uk for news as it hits and follow us on Facebook and Twitter


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