Burnham-On-Sea, Somerset

Published: April 28, 2006
Charities in Burnham-On-Sea benefit from group's fundraising activities

Five charities, including Burnham-On-Sea's hovercraft, were handed donations by a local charitable organisation this week.

The Burnham Lodge of Moose International handed out £350 of donations to local groups at its latest meeting in Berrow Village Hall on Thursday evening.

Hovercraft crew members Mel Gosling and David Bailey received a cheque for £75 from the group.

Julia Gibson received £75 on behalf of the Highbridge and Burnham branch of St John Badgers.

Joyce Dunbaven received £75 for Sounds and Voices; Maureen McManus received £50 for the local Retinitis Pigmentosa group; and Ken Kinset received £75 for the Jordan Fund.

Moose International is a fraternal service organisation composed of one and a half million men and women throughout the UK, USA, Canada and Bermuda.

The organisation raises money for a wide range of local and national charities and takes care of its own members during times of need.

RELATED LINKS:

Burnham-On-Sea Hovercraft Web site

 


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