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Fright Night on Film…….

Fright Night on Film…….

Deep in the Devon countryside where the dark and rustling land meets the moonlit sea, lurking in the back of a car park, is a screen that will show the stuff of nightmares….and a comedy of cackles this All Hallows eve. For on Saturday, October 31st 2020, Beer village...

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Welcome to Chocolate n More

Welcome to Chocolate n More

  We are delighted to welcome this wonderful new shop to Beer Village. Run by Jane, she has previously owned specialist chocolate shops in Seaton, Sidmouth and Colyton, and has now taken the opportunity of opening a new shop in Beer. She will be offering a...

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New Kayak and board storage

New Kayak and board storage

We're delighted that Beer Parish Council (BPC) have provided this storage on the beach. All boards and kayaks must be stored on this rack or on the Beer Sailing Club (BSC) rack at the west end of the beach. Use of the BSC rack is for BSC members only, please contact...

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Beer Regatta 2020 – Regatta Remotely

Well, 2020 will go down in history for many reasons, and for us in Beer, it will be the year Regatta went online. We are asking people across Beer, across Devon, across the UK and even across the world to have Beer Regatta in their own back yard. We are asking you to...

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Beer is one of the best coastal resorts in the UK

Beer is one of the best coastal resorts in the UK

The Which? report into the best seaside locations put Beer in 10th place according to the Daily Mail, beating many of our flashier rivals, but how can you have better views than this? Thanks to Tiffany Hyde for this amazing photo from her paddle board. She said - "The...

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Beer Village is open for business

Beer Village is open for business

We're delighted to be welcoming visitors back to our little piece of heaven in Devon this week! Most of the village shops, accommodation, pubs, restaurants and cafes are open and need your support. Those that stayed open during lockdown were a fantastic support to the...

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One Man Beer Blazer Raises Money

One Man Beer Blazer Raises Money

The Beer Blazer has been cancelled this year, like so many other events, however James Green has come up with a fantastic idea. He will be running a one-man Beer Blazer on Sunday 17 May  to raise money for the Primary School. The plan is to raise £1500 to help fund...

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Help with Gardening

Did you know that we have a gardening page to help you with your gardening questions. We are publishing regular Allotment Blogs  from the Old Compost Heap right here in Beer. You'll find the page here https://beervillage.co.uk/allotment-blog/ We also have a monthly...

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Beer life in lockdown project

Beer life in lockdown project

Are you lost at sea without the Anchor Inn? Are the kids going off the rails now that Peco is closed? Or maybe you’ve already had enough of those arrows on the floor at Tesco, especially when you forgot to pick up tomato ketchup half-way round.. However you are...

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Why do the boats on the beach have E numbers?

Just like car registration plates, the fishing industry also has its own registration system which identifies the port of origin of each vessel. The ... See more

1 day ago
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Bonkers Conkers sounds well worth a try!

Our Beer Festival continues with our new ale ‘Bonkers Conkers’ ready to sell.
Come on down and don’t miss out on our offer of 2 pints for £6 🍻 it’s a bargain you can’t beat

2 days ago

Storm Barbara is on her way .... the beach flags are flapping!!