The Tour of Britain - programme of events in Seaton

PUBLISHED: 12:45 14 September 2009 | UPDATED: 00:10 16 June 2010

Events kick off on Friday, 18 September.

The Tour of Britain - Seaton Festival of Cycling 2009

FRIDAY 18th September

8.00 - 1.00Farmers MarketSeaton Town Hall

9.30 - 4.00Street FayreEsplanade

School Bands accompany the Tour of Britain

12.45 - 2.00Colyton Grammar School Jazz BandPicnic Site, Tower, Seaton Down

Hill

Seaton Primary School Samba BandThe Underfleet

Woodroffe School Jazz BandAxmouth Bridge, Seaton

TOUR OF BRITAIN

12.50 - 2.00Cheer the riders along the route Seaton Down Hill, Harepath Road,

Get your free flag from the TouristManor Road, The Underfleet, Information CentreHarbour Road, Axmouth Bridge.

2.30Coconut Shy - use your skill to winUnderfleet

7.00pm Quiz Night - join in the fun. Bar availableSeaton Town Hall

8.00pmAround the Block, Around the ClockSeaton Tramway

Support this marathon 24 hour charity ride

SATURDAY 19th September

8.00amTriathlon - cheer the local Police on theirYacht Club, Harbour Road

50 miles of swimming, running, cycling

9.00 - 5.00Cycle Circus - become a trickcyclist!!The Esplanade

All the fun of wacky, crazy bikes

9.00 - 11.00Cycle Marking - free security coding for your Seaton Tramway

bike

10.00 - 4.00Street stalls and gamesThe Square & The Underfleet

10.00Around the Block Around the ClockSeaton Tramway

Fun Ride

10.00Coffee MorningNetherhayes, Fore Street

10.00 - 11.00Spinning ClassEyre Court, Queen Street

Spinfit - free spin taster session

10.00 - 3.00Cycle Hire - explore the local areaUnderfleet

10.30 - 1.30Free coffee, cake & lunch St Gregory's Church, Colyford Rd

11.00Majorette showWindsor Gdns to the Square

11.00 - 4.00BMX competition - free entry Skateboard Park, Underfleet

(up to 15s, 16s & over)

11.00 - 3.00Dan the HatJubilee Gardens

(3 sessions)Fantastic comedy juggling show

12.00/1.15/2.30Stuart Line cruise around the bayFishermans Gap

2.30Best Decorated Bike competition (free)Windsor Gardens

Up to 5 yrs/6-10yrs/11-14yrs


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