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April 2014 Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge News Archive

Double boost for rail project!
Exclusive: A BURNHAM-On-Sea project set-up to celebrate the town's railway heritage by introducing a set of train buffers in the town has this week been celebrating a double dose of good news after getting a cash injection and a town council decision in its favour. More...

Flower beds 'will be replaced'
SEDGEMOOR District Council has reassured Burnham-On-Sea residents that flower beds along The Esplanade are not being removed. The council said this week it has temporarily removed two of the existing flower beds on the South Esplanade due to invasive weeds. More...

Town avoids Britain In Bloom
THE organiser of a popular gardening competition has this week said that Burnham-On-Sea will not be entering the annual Britain In Bloom contest this year. Dave Perrett, Chairman of Burnham in Bloom, pictured, said the town will not enter the contest this year but hopes to in 2016. More...

Pupils get triathlon taster day
SCHOOL children in Berrow have been enjoying a Triathlon Taster Day courtesy of the team at Burnham-On-Sea Swim and Sports Academy. Martin Rogers instructed the youngsters from years 2, 3, 4 and 5 in 'dry-land swimming', running, cycling and scooting during a day of action. More...

Swimmer boosted by cheques
A TEENAGE swimmer from Burnham-On-Sea has been awarded hundreds of pounds by two Burnham groups. Chloé Edrich has received £400 from members of Burnham-On-Sea Rotary Club and Burnham-On-Sea Round Table at a meeting at the Burnham and Berrow Golf Club. More...

Man killed in M5 collision
POLICE have appealed for witnesses following a fatal road traffic collision on the M5 at Burnham-On-Sea during the early hours of today (Wednesday, April 30th). A lorry travelling northbound was in collision with a pedestrian at about 12.50am and a man aged in his 40s was pronounced dead at the scene. More...

Hillview 'set to be homeless'
Exclusive: BURNHAM-On-Sea's Hillview Carnival Club is set to be 'homeless' from this Saturday after failing to find a new location to build its cart - putting its participation in this year's carnival in jeopardy. Hillview Carnival Club recently issued an urgent appeal to find a new site to build its cart. More...

Lighthouse trail set to launch
A DAY of entertainment and music will be held this Saturday (May 3rd) to mark the launch of Burnham-On-Sea's mini lighthouse trail. Artists from HABA (Highbridge and Burnham Artists), who are organising the trail, are making final preparations for the unveiling. More...

Flowers laid in Dylan's memory
FAMILY and friends of Dylan Cecil, the toddler who died after falling into the sea in Burnham two years ago, laid flowers on the town's seafront on Tuesday (April 29th) to mark what would have been the youngster's birthday. Flowers and balloons were laid on the seafront. More...

Mystery over field poisoning
BURNHAM-On-Sea Police have this week appealed for help in discovering why a field in Wedmore has been poisoned. Police were called to the land besides Plud Lane last Tuesday (April 22nd), which has a large strip of dead grass running across it, as pictured here. More...

May Day fun day is planned
THE Friends of Marine Cove and Sedgemoor District Council will be holding a fun-filled May Day family fun day on Bank Holiday Monday (5th May). Taking place from 1-4pm, the event will see a whole host of free activities and craft fun taking place including a fun hunt. More...

£400 raised for Folkfest at Ritz
A SPECIAL screening of The Phantom Of The Opera at Burnham-On-Sea's Ritz Cinema on Monday (April 28th) raised hundreds of pounds towards the costs of running the town's Folkfest. The Ritz in Victoria Street screened a full stage version of the show to raise funds. More...

Gary becomes marine for a day
THE 40 Commandos unit in Taunton put Highbridge student Gary Jordan through his paces when he and other Bridgwater College students experienced a day in the life of a Royal Marine. Gary is among a group of Sports and Public Service students who have taken part. More...

Police station closure confirmed
Exclusive: BURNHAM-On-Sea's police station will be closing during the next year as part of a cost-cutting move, it has been confirmed this week. Avon and Somerset Police said on Monday (April 28th) that it is closing Burnham and several other police stations across the region to reduce costs. More...

Asda expansion wins backing
Exclusive: PLANS for a 10,000 sq ft expansion at Highbridge's Asda store were last night (Monday) given approval by town councillors as a bid for £100,000 of funding by local traders to compensate for the development was unveiled. Asda wants to refurbish its Caxton Road store. More...

Hair stylists a cut above rest!
DOZENS of young hairdressing students showed their expertise during a special hair show in Burnham-On-Sea on Monday night (April 28th). The students from Highbridge's L&F Inspired Academy Hair Show demonstrated their skills at Burnham's Princess Theatre. More...

Music festival line-up named
THE organisers of a two-day music festival taking place in Highbridge during May have announced their line-up of acts taking part. Summerset Live will take place over two days on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th May at the Oaktree Arena. More...

Rugby festival heads to town
HUNDREDS of people will be attending a rugby festival in Burnham-On-Sea this coming weekend. Youth rugby clubs from across the country will take part in the 17th annual event, organised by Gullivers Sports Travel, at the town's BASC Ground. More...

Storm clouds gather over bay
THIS was the impressive scene over Bridgwater Bay on Monday evening (April 28th) as a series of heavy storms swept through the Burnham-On-Sea area. Burnham experienced hail, heavy rain and even rumbles of thunder during a changeable day of Spring weather. More...

Fundraisers join Colour Run
1,500 walkers and runners - including many from the Burnham-On-Sea area - swarmed onto Uphill beach on Sunday to take part in the Weston Colour Run, raising £40,000 for Weston Hospicecare. Dressed in white, participants ran whilst being showered in paint! More...

New bid to halt dog fouling
Exclusive: BURNHAM-On-Sea Town Council is considering recruiting an out-of-hours dog warden in a bid to tackle the problem of dog fouling in the town. The council's Town Projects Committee considered the proposal at its latest meeting after several councillors voiced concern at the problem. More...

Crews in mud rescue training
COASTGUARDS and rescue hovercraft crews from Burnham-On-Sea rehearsed the rescue of a person stuck in mud and shallow sea water during a major training exercise on Sunday (April 27th). Burnham Coastguard and BARB worked together in the session. More...

Folkfest film screening
A SPECIAL screening of The Phantom Of The Opera at Burnham-On-Sea's Ritz Cinema this evening (Monday) will raise money for the town's Folkfest. The film being screened at The Ritz in Victoria Street will be the stage version of the show, filmed at the Royal Albert Hall. More...

Neighbourhood Plan's appeal
WORK to compile a new Burnham and Highbridge Neighbourhood Plan is moving forward and extra volunteers are being sought to form a new steering group for the project. A Working Party that was formed earlier in the year held its third well-supported meeting since being formed. More...

Beer Fest returns this weekend
BURNHAM-On-Sea's annual Beer Festival is set to make a welcome return to the town this coming weekend. Now in its third year, the four-day event will be held at the Ritz Social Club in Burnham's Victoria Street over the whole May Bank Holiday weekend, Friday through to Monday. More...

Photos: Brent Knoll Spring Run
DOZENS of youngsters have taken part in the annual Spring run to the top of Brent Knoll and back. The traditional race was held on Saturday (April 26th), starting outside the village's primary school and more than 70 children made their way to the summit and back. More...

Record turnout for triathlon
In Photos: OVER 260 athletes of all ages took part in Burnham-On-Sea's Spring Triathlon today (Sunday, April 27th). Organised by Burnham-On-Sea Swim and Sports Academy, the Super Sprint Triathlon and Junior Triathlon were held in mild, but blustery weather conditions. More...

In photos: 'Beating the bounds'
A NEW event re-enacting the traditional 'beating of the bounds' was held in Burnham-On-Sea on Saturday (April 26th). Over 20 people, including the town crier, took part in the historical re-enactment of the custom where the parish boundaries are walked. More...

Girls come to musical's rescue!
A GROUP of Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge girls has come to the rescue of a musical being staged in Bridgwater. Last year, Bridgwater Amateur Operatic Society was finding it difficult to get a full cast together for their production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'The King and I'. More...

30-year deal signed on homes
HOMES in Sedgemoor has been awarded a long-term contract to manage Sedgemoor District Council’s 4,200 council homes - including many in Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge. Sedgemoor District Council’s Executive Committee has this week approved a new agreement, which will run for 30 years. More...

Blood bike visits W.I. meeting
MEMBERS of Burnham-On-Sea's Womens Institute have this week been hearing about a volunteer-run emergency blood transport service. Rod Sinclair from Freewheelers visited the W.I. at Burnham Community Centre in Berrow Road. He gave a very interesting talk for members about the group. More...

Dozens head to town triathlon
DOZENS of athletes from across the region will be converging on Burnham-On-Sea on Sunday (April 27th) when the town holds its annual spring triathlon. Organised by Burnham-On-Sea Swim and Sports Academy, the SuperSprint Triathlon will be held from 7am and several roads will be closed. More...

TV show filmed on town beach
Exclusive: THE BBC has this week filmed a TV documentary on Burnham-On-Sea beach that explors the history behind the chunks of the historic Mulberry Harbour that lie on the sands. During this week's filming, the crew interviewed Gordon Rankine whose grandfather Sir Bruce White KBE was part of the team who designed the Mulberry Harbours. More...

Travellers leave town seafront
A GROUP of travellers who have been camped on Burnham-On-Sea seafront for three weeks finally left on Friday evening (April 25th). The travellers were seen driving away shortly after 6pm, as pictured here, after being threatened with court action by the Holiday Village. More...

Abnormal load warning issued
MOTORISTS planning to travel to along the M5 at Burnham-On-Sea and roads through West Somerset on Sunday are being advised to expect significant delays. A 16ft high, 16ft wide, 103ft long 145-ton boiler is being moved to a paper mill in Watchet on Sunday. More...

Free fireworks display tonight
THE skies above Brean will be lit up with a free fireworks display tonight (Saturday, April 26th) when Brean Leisure Park holds its first display of the year. While there will be no admittance charge, there will be collections on the night for several Burnham charities. More...

Special choral concert planned
TICKETS are on sale for Burnham & Highbridge Choral Society's Spring concert, which is to be held on Saturday 10th May. Talented guest soloist Mary Morgan (Soprano) will be joining the choir for this very special concert, along with a 12 piece orchestral ensemble. More...

'Beating the bounds' today
A NEW event re-enacting the tradition of 'beating the bounds' is to be held in Burnham-On-Sea this Saturday (April 26th). The fun family event will see local dignitaries taking part in a re-enactment of the tradition where the parish boundaries are walked. More...

Warning after town burglaries
BURNHAM-On-Sea Police have urged residents to step up their security after a spate of burglaries in which high value items have been stolen. Three homes have been broken into and two attempts have been made to enter homes in Burnham and Highbridge during recent weeks. More...

Cash boost for railway project
A BURNHAM-On-Sea project to celebrate the town's railway heritage has this week been given a financial boost. Burnham's Co-operative Funeral Care in Adam Street has donated £500 towards the cost of installing a set of old railway buffers in Pier Street, where the town's former railway line ended. More...

Fire crews in three day strike
BURNHAM-On-Sea firefighters are set to join a nationwide strike next week in a long-running pensions row. Firefighters across England and Wales are to stage strikes on May 2nd, 3rd and 4th May, the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has announced this week. More...

Warning after Brean dog attack
A HOLIDAYMAKER was left in shock when her dog was the victim of an attack on Brean beach. Karen Riste was walking along the sands at the village resort last Friday with her daughter Ceri and their two terriers when one of their pets was set upon by a large black dog. More...

Election candidates announced
RESIDENTS in the Burnham-On-Sea will be going to the polls when the European Elections are held in May. The candidates have been announced this week for the election, which is scheduled to be held on Thursday May 22nd across the Burnham area. More...

Try your hand at bowling
RESIDENTS in the Burnham-On-Sea area can try their hand at bowling during a special event this Saturday (April 26th). Mark Moor Bowling Club is holding an open day from 11am-4pm when visitors are welcome to give the sport a go. Residents are invited along. More...

New action to move travellers
Exclusive: A BURNHAM-On-Sea holiday park is taking legal action to move a group of travellers who are camped on its property. Two caravans have been sited at the front of Burnham Holiday Village on the South Esplanade for over a week. It follows Sedgemoor District Council securing a court order. More...

Property prices start to rise
Exclusive: PROPERTY prices are starting to show increases in the Burnham-On-Sea area following several years of depressed figures. Latest average sale prices show 'modest gains' in value according to several estate agents based in Burnham-On-Sea. More...

Stuck cow rescued from river
FIREFIGHTERS were called to rescue a cow stuck in a river near Burnham-On-Sea last night (Wednesday, April 23rd). The Fire Service received a call shortly after 6.30pm reporting a cow stuck in the River Parrett. Specialist rescue teams were called to the scene. More...

Brean fireworks this Saturday
THE skies above Brean will be lit up with a free fireworks display this Saturday (April 26th) when Brean Leisure Park holds its first display of the year. While there will be no admittance charge, there will be collections on the night for several Burnham charities. More...

Bloom team appeal for helpers
ORGANISERS of Highbridge In Bloom are holding an open meeting this Friday when residents are being invited to get involved with brightening up the town over the spring and summer. The committee is hoping to attract more residents to join them at the meeting. More...

Farmers market tomorrow
A DOZEN traders will be selling a wide range of locally-grown food when Burnham-On-Sea's monthly farmers market returns in the town centre this Friday (April 25th). The market will be held in the High Street from 9am-1pm with many products on offer from local suppliers. More...

Beach shut by 'bomb scare'
A SECTION of Brean beach was closed for several hours on Tuesday (April 22nd) after two metal detector enthusiasts discovered a suspicious object in the sand. Amid concerns that the metallic object could be wartime ordnance, a Royal Navy Bomb Disposal team was called to investigate. More...

Historic event set to return
A NEW event re-enacting the tradition of 'beating the bounds' is to be held in Burnham-On-Sea this Saturday (April 26th). The fun family event will see local dignitaries and residents taking part in a re-enactment of the tradition where the parish boundaries are walked. More...

Police called to car in ditch
POLICE and ambulance crews from Burnham-On-Sea were called to this car after a crash on Monday morning (April 21st). The Peugeot left the road while travelling along Accommodation Road between Brean and Bleadon, ending up in the bottom of a water-filled ditch. More...

New head teacher for school
BRENT Knoll Primary School has a new interim head teacher this week. Karen Davidson stepped down from the role before Easter after eight busy years, as new interim head Chris Burman took up the position. Mrs Davidson was thanked for her work at the school by parents, pupils and staff. More...

Celebrate St George's Day!
BURNHAM's Royal Clarence is holding a special St George's Day Celebration today (Wednesday, April 23rd) with several events to raise money for local rescue services. The pub's lounge bar is being decorated in style to promote this national day along with other events. More...

Curtain rises on Huntspill play
A HILARIOUS comedy is being peformed by the West Huntspill Players this week. The farce 'Dry Rot' will be performed at the Balliol Hall from April 24th to April 26th at 7.45pm each night. The funny goings-on in an old hotel with dry rot are at the centre of the play. More...

Race night to help football club
HIGHBRIDGE Town Football Club will be holding a fundraising race night this Saturday (April 26th) as it seeks to expand its facilities. The event will be held from 7.30pm onwards throughout the evening at Highbridge Social Club in Church Street to help the club expand. More...

Easter boost for Burnham
BURNHAM-On-Sea businesses enjoyed a bumper Easter holiday thanks to an influx of visitors heading to the town. Temperatures reached 18.9°C (66.0°F) on Bank Holiday Monday with beaches in Burnham, Brean and Berrow busy during the first main holiday period of the year. More...

Folkfest event raises £1,300
ALMOST £1,300 was raised towards the costs of running Burnham-On-Sea's FolkFest when organisers held a popular Easter Sunday fundraising music marathon. The event - which was held at the Princess Theatre - saw live music acts performing. More...

Crews called to huge grass fire
FIREFIGHTERS from across the Burnham-On-Sea spent Monday tackling a huge grass fire covering more than 20 acres. Eight fire crews were called to the blaze at Stock Hill, Priddy, near Cheddar shortly after 2.15pm following several calls from passers-by. More...

Trio get set for run challenge
THREE Burnham-On-Sea women will be among the hundreds of people taking part in the Weston Colour Run on Sunday (April 27th) - and they are seeking your support. The event, in aid of Weston Hospice Care, will be held on Uphill Beach with 1,500 runners. More...

Cadets achieve radio licences
A GROUP of Burnham-On-Sea air cadets have achieved their Provisional VHF Radio Operating Licences after passing an exam. Seven cadets from 290 Squadron Detached Flight Burnham and Highbridge spent Easter Monday studying and practising for their licence. More...

Quick arrest after Easter theft
QUICK work by Burnham-On-Sea Police saw a man arrested within 20 minutes of a purse being stolen from a pensioner during an Easter Day church service in Highbridge. Officers were called to Highbridge Community Centre in Bank Street on Sunday morning when the elderly woman reported it. More...

Join King Alfred School reunion
A REUNION of former students at Highbridge's King Alfred School is to be held this June. The King Alfred School 30 Year Reunion is to be held for the class of September 1979-July 1984. If you took your exams in the summer of 1984, you are invited to the event. More...

Chimney blaze tackled by crew
A CHIMNEY blaze led to an Easter Day call-out for Burnham-On-Sea's fire crews. Firefighters were called to Church Lane in East Huntspill just after 10am on Sunday morning when the residents inside raised the alarm. Crews were able to quickly bring it under control. More...

Contest aims to draw coaches
COACH drivers are being offered the chance to win £100 every week by visiting Burnham-On-Sea as part of a new initiative to boost the number of visitors to the town. As part of its centenary celebrations, Burnham Pavilion, is organising the raffles. More...

Easter procession on seafront
MEMBERS of Burnham-On-Sea Community Church celebrated Easter Day with a procession along the town's seafront on Sunday morning (April 20th). The church's morning celebration was preceded by a walk with the cross from Burnham's Pavilion to the Manor Gardens. More...

Second car in a week stuck in sea
HIGH Spring tides have caught out a second motorist in the space of a week on Brean beach. A family of four from Swindon was shocked to find their car surrounded by the incoming tide on Saturday morning (April 19th) when they parked up on the sands near Brean Down. More...

Easter Day Folkfest fundraiser
THE organisers of Burnham's FolkFest will be holding their traditional Easter Sunday fundraising music marathon this weekend. The event - which this year will be held at Burnham's Princess Theatre - will see live music from 2pm throughout the afternoon until 11pm. More...

In photos: Cove Easter fun day
BURNHAM-On-Sea's Marine Cove gardens hosted a colourful day of Easter family fun on Saturday (April 19th). The popular event saw a number of Easter-themed activities held in the bright sunshine, including an Easter Egg Hunt and several craft-making activities. More...

Puffin returns home after gales
A GROUP of young puffins blown ashore in Brean and other parts of the south west during February's storms are back home after the RSPCA released the birds off the north coast of Devon. The three juvenile puffins were among an influx of 40 rescued seabirds acoss the region. More...

Biker injured in Burnham crash
A BUSY Burnham-On-Sea road was closed today (Saturday) following a crash involving a bike and a car. A motorcyclist was taken to hospital following the accident in Queen's Drive near the junction with Edithmead Lane shortly before 9am. Inspector Rob Pearson of the police said one had been hurt. More...

Land train returns to seafront
A POPULAR tourist attraction has returned to Burnham-On-Sea seafront this week for the start of the holiday season. Ivan Holland is running a land train service on The North Esplanade, starting outside the town's seafront Bay View Cafe, as pictured here. More...

Cash boost for lighthouse trail
THE organisers of Burnham-On-Sea's upcoming lighthouse trail have this week been handed a boost by Somerset County Council. Burnham county councillor Peter Burridge-Clayton has presented a cheque for £400 to HABA towards their costs of running the event. More...

Boy locked in car is rescued
FIRE crews have rescued a two-year-old boy who became stranded in a locked vehicle in a Burnham-On-Sea car park on Friday. Firefighters were called to Burnham's Tesco store in Love Lane just before 1pm after the parents of the boy reported he was locked in their Ford Focus. More...

History event groups gather
SOME of the groups who are taking part in a historical re-enactment event in Highbridge this summer are meeting at the Oaktree Arena this weekend to plan the event. The summer event - called A Walk Through History - will be held on 24th and 25th August. More...

Good Friday marked with walk
MORE than 60 people took to the streets of Burnham-On-Sea today during a special walk to mark Good Friday. Churchgoers from local churches around Burnham met together for a short service, held at the Catholic Church in Highbridge Road, before the walk. More...

Joe fights cancer with Kung Fu
INSPIRATIONAL 11-year-old Joe Laoutaris from Burnham-On-Sea is failing to let cancer get in the way of his love of kung fu. The King Alfred School student, who was last year diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma Tumour, a type of bone cancer, is continuing his hobby. More...

Barbecue sparks Brean fire
BURNHAM-On-Sea firefighters were called to tackle a small blaze in Brean on Thursday evening (April 17th). One fire appliance was sent to Brean Cove after a discarded barbecue set caused several waste bins to burst into flames in the National Trust's Brean Down car park. More...

Football court gets refurbished
THE outdoor sports court at Burnham-On-Sea's youth centre has been refurbished by members of the town's Dreamscheme this week. The youngsters gave the facilities in Cassis Close, Burnham a fresh link of paint and a clean-up during Wednesday morning (April 16th). More...

Delays after M5 shut by blaze
MOTORISTS faced long delays on the M5 motorway on Thursday morning (April 17th) after it was closed for several hours following a car blaze between junctions 24 and 25. Fire crews from Burnham-On-Sea and other stations tackled the disruptive blaze. More...

Beaches praised in awards
Exclusive: THE quality of beaches in the Burnham-On-Sea area has this week been praised in a new nationwide survey. Beaches at Burnham, Berrow and Brean have all been recognised in the Marine Conservation Society's 2014 Good Beach Guide. Brean and Berrow have both been graded high. More...

Tree unveiled to mark twinning
A NEW tree has this week been unveiled to mark the 25th anniversary of Burnham-On-Sea being twinned with Fritzlar in Germany. A group of 30 visitors from the German town, who are visiting Burnham, watched the tree unveiling in the Manor Gardens on Wednesday. More...

Easter fun day this Saturday
BURNHAM-On-Sea's Marine Cove gardens will be hosting a day of free Easter family fun this Saturday (April 19th). The event will take place between 10am and 2pm when many Easter-themed activities will be held. There will also be an Easter Egg Hunt with prizes for finishers. More...

RNLI fundraisers recognised
BURNHAM-On-Sea RNLI fundraisers have been recognised by being presented with certificates of appreciation during a supporters meeting this week. Supporters and fundraisers gathered together at a special open meeting in Burnham's Community Centre. More...

Hilarious farce set to open
A HILARIOUS comedy will be peformed by the West Huntspill Players next week. The farce Dry Rot will be performed at the Balliol Hall from April 24th to April 26th at 7.45pm each night. The funny goings-on in an old hotel with dry rot are at the centre of the farce. More...

Hundreds miss school places
HUNDREDS of parents starting their children's education this September have this week been told they have missed out on their first choice primary school – although 97% of parents have got one of their top three choices. Admission figures released on Wednesday. More...

Shop to mark first anniversary
A SHOP in Burnham-On-Sea selling outdoor clothing and leisure activity equipment is set to celebrate its first anniversary this coming weekend. AOB in College Street will be marking the milestone with a special event throughout this Saturday 19th April. More...

'Thanks for saving my life'
Exclusive: A JOGGER who collapsed on a roadside near Highbridge after suffering a cardiac arrest has this week thanked the fire and ambulance crews who saved his life. As first reported here in February, two off-duty firefighters were in Huntspill Road when they saw 35 year-old Huntspill jogger Dan Garrett. More...

Seafront travellers re-locate
SEDGEMOOR District Council's legal bid to get a group of travellers moved from Burnham's seafront lawns has resulted in them moving a few hundred metres to another area of the town's Esplanade. On Tuesday, two of the travellers' caravans were moved from the lawns. More...

Easter Folkfest event planned
THE organisers of Burnham's FolkFest will be holding their traditional Easter Sunday fundraising music marathon this weekend. The event - which this year will be held at Burnham's Princess Theatre - will see live music from 2pm throughout the afternoon until 11pm. More...

Final chance to enter contest
EAGLE-eyed Burnham-On-Sea shoppers are able to win a cash prize by taking part in an Easter-themed competition to find unusual items hidden in shop windows across the town. Organised by the Chamber Of Trade, the contest is currently underway and is free to enter. More...

Farmers flood cash welcomed
BURNHAM-On-Sea's Conservative parliamentary candidate has this week welcomed the government's announcement that extra money will be available to Somerset farmers hit by recent flooding. James Heappey welcomed Tuesday's announcement by the government. More...

Free Internet advice on offer
FREE Internet advice sessions are to be held at Burnham-On-Sea's Octopus Children's Centre later this month. Sedgemoor Digital Link is arranging the free-of-charge sessions for local people to join every Wednesday from April 30th from 1pm-3pm for local residents. More...

Join Easter Day procession
MEMBERS of Burnham-On-Sea Community Church will be celebrating Easter Day with a procession along the town's seafront on Sunday morning (April 20th). The church's morning celebration will be preceded by a walk with the cross from The Pavilion. More...

MP backs rail heritage project
Exclusive: BURNHAM-On-Sea's MP has this week given her backing to a unique project celebrating the town's railway heritage. Tessa Munt was in Burnham on Monday to visit the team behind the Buffer Stop Memorial Project. The project hopes to install a set of old railway buffers in Pier Street. More...

Attempted burglary at shop
Exclusive: THE front door of a Berrow hairdresser's shop was attacked during an attempted burglary during the weekend. Police have appealed for witnesses to the incident at Unwind Hair and Beauty in Berrow Road, which occurred overnight on Friday into Saturday morning. More...

Hill-top service on Brent Knoll
A GROUP of 50 people took part in a traditional Easter blessing of three crosses on top of Brent Knoll at the weekend. Bright sunny weather boosted the numbers watching the three symbolic crosses being unveiled on Sunday afternoon (April 13th), as pictured here. More...

Groups showcase their events
BURNHAM and Highbridge Town Council held its annual town meeting on Monday evening (April 14th) when residents got a chance to hear local hot topics and events. The meeting was held in Burnham's Princess Theatre and was attended by more than 30 residents. More...

Costa staff celebrate first year
STAFF at Burnham-On-Sea's Costa Coffee store have celebrated its first anniversary this week with a colouful charity fundraiser! The team dressed up as Smurfs to raise hundreds of pounds for the National Autistic Society while marking the store's busy first year in the town. More...

Car saved in race against tide
Exclusive: THIS car stranded in the sea at Brean was rescued by the beach warden on Sunday night after a race against time and tide. The owners of the Vauxhall Tigra convertible had gone for a walk along Brean Down mid-afternoon and left their car on the beach, oblivious to the fast-incoming tide. More...

Donkey leads seafront parade
A DONKEY led a group of 80 Burnham-On-Sea residents on a traditional Easter parade through the town on Sunday morning (April 13th). The annual Palm Sunday procession left St Andrew's Church and wended its way along Victoria Street and along the seafront to the church. More...

Easter craft fayre raises £410
AN Easter craft fayre in Berrow on Sunday (13th April) raised hundreds of pounds for the improvements to the village hall. A steady flow of visitors attended the three-hour event in Berrow Village Hall which was organised by The Friends of Berrow Village Hall as a fundraiser. More...

Annual council meeting tonight
BURNHAM and Highbridge Town Council will hold its annual town meeting this evening (Monday, April 14th) when residents will get a chance to hear more about a number of hot topics. The meeting will be held from 7pm in Burnham's Princess Theatre in Princess Street. More...

Over 600 VWs head to beach
HUNDREDS of Volkswagens headed to Brean Beach on Sunday (April 13th) to raise funds for a children's charity. Over 600 vehicles attended the event, called Clubs Unite At the Beach, with Volkswagen groups from across the UK coming along to raise funds. More...

£20m plan to prevent flooding
PROPOSALS totalling more than £20m promising to help prevent significant flooding in the Levels and improve the county’s roads have been unveiled by Somerset County Council. It has been revealed that some of the biggest schemes could be completed this year. More...

Lighthouse trail countdown
THE finishing touches are being put to 33 mini lighthouses which are are set to go on display across the Burnham-On-Sea area from the start of May. Artists from HABA (Highbridge and Burnham Artists) have this week gathered to apply the finishing touches to the display of 6ft-tall replicas. More...

Volkswagens head to beach
HUNDREDS of Volkswagens will be heading onto Brean Beach on Sunday morning (April 13th) for a charity event. Organisers of the event, called Clubs Unite At the Beach, say Volkswagen groups from across the UK are set to support it for a very special childrens charity. More...

Group dance with Strictly stars
A GROUP of Burnham-On-Sea dancers has taken part in a stage performance with two stars from the BBC1 show Strictly Come Dancing. The youngsters from DanceFit, based in Burnham, were invited to perform alongside two of the TV show's professional dancers. More...

Police target rogue traders
POLICE in Burnham-On-Sea have this week been targeting rogue traders as part of a national week of action focussing on criminals who con people. Rogue traders are criminals who charge homeowners extortionate rates for services such as home or garden improvements. More...

Court order placed on travellers
SEDGEMOOR District Council went to court on Friday (April 11th) in a legal bid to get a group of travellers moved from Burnham's seafront lawns. The council has taken the action following concerns from local residents about the three caravans located on the South Esplanade lawns. More...

Burnham U3A open day today
BURNHAM-On-Sea's University of The Third Age will be holding an open afternoon today (Saturday) for potential new members to find out more about the group. The group has nearly 600 members and offers more than 50 different joint activities, some of which will be on show at the event. More...

Easter craft fayre tomorrow
AN Easter craft fayre is set to be held in Berrow this Sunday (13th April) when scores of locally-made gifts will be on show. The event will be held from 12 noon until 3pm in Berrow Village Hall and has been organised by The Friends of Berrow Village Hall as a fundraiser. More...

Charity cream teas on Sunday
A BARBECUE and cream tea is to be held in Burnham-On-Sea on Sunday (13th April) for charity. Macmillan Cancer Support will be benefiting from the event, which is being held from 2pm until 6pm at 17 St Christopher's Way. There will also be a tombola, raffle and bouncy castle. More...

Football fundraiser is held
A FOOTBALL match held in Highbridge this week has raised hundreds of pounds for a good cause. Highbridge firm B-Line by Eaton has chosen the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance as its charity of the year and held a special fundraising football match this week in the town. More...

Rocky Monster Show today
A GROUP of Burnham and Highbridge youngsters will be performing the fun-filled Rocky Monster Show today (Saturday, April 12th). The production will be a pastiche of every horror story ever filmed or put on stage, complete with catchy songs and hilarious one liners. More...

Railway project gathers steam
A GROUP of local historians have this week appealed for help in finalising a unique project to celebrate Burnham-On-Sea's railway heritage. The Buffer Stop Memorial Project hopes to install a set of old railway buffers at the junction of Pier Street and The Esplanade. More...

Town councillor steps down
Updated: A BY-election could be called in Highbridge after a town councillor resigned from his position this week. Alan Miller has stepped down as a councillor in Highbridge due to ill health. Sedgemoor District Council said the resignation was received from Mr Miller on Wednesday. More...

Re-live the 1960s for one night
DIG out your flared trousers and mini skirts for a 1960s and 1970s-themed evening this weekend! The event in Brent Knoll includes music by the Fabulous Top Mix, and there will be prizes for the best outfits. It is being held at Brent Knoll Parish Hall on Saturday night. More...

In photos: Town drama festival
BURNHAM-On-Sea theatre goers flocked to a new group's first drama festival, which was held in the town last weekend. The Princess Theatre Company was set up last October and held its first Festival of New Writing and Drama with four plays performed over two days. More...

Can you find us a new home?
Exclusive: BURNHAM-On-Sea's Hillview Carnival Club has issued a 'desperate appeal' for help to find a new venue to build its cart. The club - which is due to celebrate its 40th anniversary this year - says its entry into this year's carnival is at risk unless it can find a new venue to build its float. More...

Minister to visit the area today
HEALTH Minister Norman Lamb is visiting the Burnham-On-Sea area today (Thursday) to discuss local health issues. Burnham's MP Tessa Munt invited him to attend a special Q&A session with local doctors, practice managers and residents, which will be held in Wedmore Village Hall. More...

Call for Civic Award nominees
BURNHAM-On-Sea and Highbridge Town Council is inviting nominations for the towns' annual Civic Awards. The awards are given to local people who are deemed to have rendered outstanding service to the community and will be presented at the Annual Civic Service later this year. More...

New carnival team are elected
HIGHBRIDGE and Burnham Carnival Association has elected its team of organisers who will be overseeing this year's parade. Over 20 people attended the association's AGM on Wednesday night (April 9th) when a busy year of events and fundraising was reviewed. More...

Rocky Monster Show in town!
A GROUP of Burnham and Highbridge youngsters will be performing the fun-filled Rocky Monster Show this Saturday (April 12th). The production will be a pastiche of every horror story ever filmed or put on stage, complete with catchy songs and hilarious one liners. More...

Quiz raises £170 for Parkinsons
A POPULAR quiz night held at a Burnham-On-Sea pub on Wednesday night (April 9th) raised funds to mark Parkinson's Awareness Week. Over 30 people attended the event at the Dunstan House in Love Lane where £170 was raised for Frenchay Hospital's research. More...

Home brew contest returns
HOME brewers are being encouraged to enter their beers and ales into the second 'Great Burnham Brew Off' at the town's Food and Drink Festival in May. The home brewing will return as part of the autumn Burnham Food and Drink Festival on the afternoon of Saturday May 24th. More...

Beach dog ban plans rejected
Exclusive: CONTROVERSIAL plans to lift the summertime ban on dog walking on part of Burnham-On-Sea's beach were thrown out this week by councillors following complaints from residents. The council debated whether the seasonal ban on dogs should be removed to make the town more 'dog-friendly'. More...

Stacey's Downing Street drama
A BURNHAM-On-Sea St John Ambulance volunteer rushed to the aid of a teenage boy during a reception at 10 Downing Street this week after he collapsed while waiting to meet the Prime Minister. Stacey Webb was attending to celebrate her first aid work during the winter floods
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Burnham Carnival AGM tonight
HIGHBRIDGE and Burnham Carnival Association will be holding its AGM tonight (Wednesday, April 9th) when new volunteers are being encouraged to get involved. The AGM will be held at 7.30pm in Burnham-On-Sea's Ritz Social Club
in Victoria Street when all are welcome. More...

Quiz night for Parkinson's
A QUIZ night is to be held in Burnham-On-Sea this evening (Wednesday) to mark Parkinson's Awarenss Week. The fundraising event will be held at the Dunstan House in Love Lane from 9pm-11pm when all will be welcome, say the event's organisers. More...

Badgers get cosy new homes!
WHEN Secret World's animal care manager Sara Cohen took an orphaned badger cub home in a kitten basket, the little critter took to his cosy new home straight away. So the charity's staff approached the local Pets At Home store in Bridgwater for other badgers and animals. More...

VIP judges easter egg contest
BURNHAM-On-Sea pensioner Arthur Gilbert - who is well-known for being the world's oldest triathlete - was the VIP judge at a school's Easter egg competition. The children at West Huntspill School were invited to decorate hard boiled eggs in the contest, judged by the 93 year-old. More...

Notice served against travellers
Sedgemoor District Council has served notice on a group of travellers who pitched up on Burnham's seafront lawns. The council has taken action after concern from local residents about the three caravans located on the South Esplanade lawns near the town's Yacht Club. More...

Town reaches coach awards
BURNHAM-On-Sea has reached the finals of the National Coach Tourism Awards 2014 - just weeks after receiving official 'coach friendly status'. The awards are given out each year to recognise excellence and innovation across the coach industry and Burnham did well last year too. More...

Tesco helps floods clean-up
STAFF from Burnham-On-Sea's Tesco store have been helping the floods clean-up operation in a village on the Somerset Levels. A dozen team members volunteered in Moorland and Fordgate on Sunday (April 6th), working to assist with the clear up operation after the recent floods. More...

Student sails across channel
A HIGHBRIDGE student was among a group of young people who have just returned from a week at sea on a round journey from Ramsgate to Calais in France. The students from Bridgwater College set sail on a Sigma 362 yacht, after 20 weeks of preparation. More...

Child hurt in town centre crash
A CHILD was injured after being struck by a car in the centre of Burnham-On-Sea on Monday. Emergency services were called to Oxford Street, at the junction with Dunstan Road, shortly before 3.30pm when the alarm was raised by local people following the incident. More...

Concern over asbestos find
Exclusive: CONCERNED residents living near a building site in Burnham-On-Sea have this week been reassured that the discovery of asbestos there "does not provide an immediate risk to health." Homeowners besides Persimmon Homes' 48-home Mulberry Park building development are worried. More...

Swim champions for fifth year!
BURNHAM-On-Sea's St Andrew's School has reigned supreme at the 5th annual Sedgemoor Schools Primary Schools Swimming Gala. The event, held at Burnham's Swim & Sports Academy in Berrow Road, saw five schools competing with 114 young swimmers during the day. More...

Fire crews called to fuel leak
BURNHAM-On-Sea fire crews were called to investigate a fuel leak in the town on Sunday evening (April 6th). Crews were called to Eton Road at 9.20pm following a call reporting a smell of petrol inside a domestic property. One fire appliance was sent. More...

Town beer festival announced
BURNHAM-On-Sea's annual Beer Festival is set to make a welcome return to the town in May. Now in its third year, the event will be held once again be held at the Ritz Social Club in Burnham's Victoria Street over the whole four-day May Bank Holiday weekend. More...

Shop celebrates anniversary
A BURNHAM-On-Sea clothing shop has marked its first anniversary in business this week with a celebration for customers. Grandma's Attic in Victoria Street held the special event on Saturday afternoon (April 5th) to celebrate its first year in business. More...

Travellers arrive on seafront
RESIDENTS have expressed concern after the arrival of a group of travellers on Burnham's seafront lawns over the weekend. Sedgemoor District Council and Burnham Police are 'monitoring the situation' after several caravans pitched up on the South Esplanade lawns near the Yacht Club. More...

Easter shopping contest starts
EAGLE-eyed Burnham-On-Sea shoppers are able to win a cash prize by taking part in an Easter-themed competition to find unusual items hidden in shop windows across the town. Organised by Burnham's Chamber Of Trade, the competition to 'spot the odd item in the shop window' started on Saturday. More...

Lighthouse cake wins top place
A LIGHTHOUSE-themed cake impressed the judges at a charity fundraising baking competition in Burnham-On-Sea on Saturday (April 5th). Over a dozen bakers competed in the inaugural 'Great Burnham Cake Off' at the town's Baptist Church in College Street, Burnham. More...

New Burnham gift shop opens
A NEW gift shop opened in the centre of Burnham-On-Sea on Saturday (April 5th) when the town's Mayor led a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Mayor Martin Cox and the town crier was the VIP guest at the launch of Hidden Treasures in Regent Street, which has moved location. More...

Crash closes M5 near Burnham
PART of the M5 motorway near Burnham-On-Sea was temporarily closed on Saturday afternoon (April 5th) following a crash. Two fire fighting appliances were called to a collision on the northbound M5 after a road traffic collision. There were no serious injuries. More...

Seafront becomes bike park!
DOZENS of motorbikes roared onto Burnham-On-Sea seafront on Saturday (April 5th) when a local group made an unscheduled visit to the town. Around 50 members of the Somerset United Bikers parked up on The Esplanade during a bike run across the region. More...

Lucky escape after ditch crash
THE driver of this car had a lucky escape last night (Friday) after crashing into a ditch on the outskirts of Burnham-On-Sea. Police, fire and ambulance crews were called to Ham Road shortly after 9.30pm when the vehicle left the road, as pictured here. The person inside was not seriously hurt. More...

New gift shop to open today
A NEW gift shop is set to open in Burnham-On-Sea today (Saturday). Hidden Treasures is opening at 16 Regent Street after moving from its previous location in Burnham's Indoor Market. Burnham's Mayor and Town Crier will be among the guests at the opening. More...

PM hears about flood recovery
PRIME Minster David Cameron discussed flood recovery and funding on a visit to Somerset on Friday (April 4th). The PM toured several villages on the Levels and Moors that were under water during the floods until last month and he inspected the current dredging. More...

Smog hovers over estuary
A WEEK of calm weather conditions led to a brown smog forming over the Bristol Channel on Friday evening (April 4th). The brown haze stretched from South Wales across the estuary running northwards, as pictured here from Burnham-On-Sea's seafront during the evening. More...

Wind farm challenge launched
A GREEN energy firm which had its plans for a wind farm near Burnham-On-Sea rejected has this week decided to challenge the decision - to the dismay of local campaigners. Ecotricity wanted to build four turbines at West Huntspill, but the government's Eric Pickles threw it out. More...

New headteacher for school
HIGHBRIDGE'S King Alfred School has announced its new headteacher who will taking over the role when Andy Owen retires later this year. The school's governing body has appointed Mrs Denise Richards, who will take up the post from the start of September. More...

Drama festival starts today
A NEW theatre group in Burnham-On-Sea is set to hold its first show drama festival from today (Friday). The Princess Theatre Company was set up last October and is organising its first annual Festival of New Writing and Drama with four plays being performed. More...

Junior golf day this Sunday
BURNHAM and Berrow Golf Club is to hold a junior golfers day this Sunday (April 6th) for youngsters to try out the game. The free event will be held from 10am-12 noon for children aged 6-16 to have their first go at the sport. Equipment will be provided free by the club
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Duo pull on onesies for autism
TWO Burnham-On-Sea women dressed up in onesies to raise aweareness of autism this week. Sarah Lynch and Colleen Moon pulled on their colourful suits at Burnham Infants School to mark the World Autism Awareness Day on Wednesday afternoon (April 2nd)
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Lions gather for charter night
MEMBERS of Burnham-On-Sea's Lions Club gathered to mark the group's 37th anniversary of its foundation this week. The club's President Les Barber and his wife Sue welcomed 74 guests for the annual charter night which this year was held at Highbridge's Oaktree Arena
. More...

Man spared jail by court judge
A BURNHAM man who stored dozens of child porn images and videos on his computer has escaped a prison term after appearing in court. Steven Payton, 52, had the graphic images on a laptop computer at his home in Nightingale Close, Burnham
-On-Sea, the court heard. More...

Council 'sorry' over parking confusion
Exclusive: SOMERSET County Council has been criticised after parking machines along Burnham's seafront have been out of order this week at the same time as charging is introduced for the new tourist season, causing confusion among motorists. The council's payment machines are switched on
. More...

UKIP picks election candidate
THE UK Independence Party has this week chosen its prospective parliamentary candidate for the Wells constituency, which includes Burnham-On-Sea, to fight next year's General Election. Jake Baynes will represent UKIP, as he did in the 2010 general election
. More...

Town carnival AGM to be held
HIGHBRIDGE and Burnham Carnival Association will be holding its AGM on Wednesday April 9th when new volunteers to help run the event are being encouraged to come forward and get involved. The AGM will be held at 7.30pm in Burnham's Ritz Social Club
in Victoria Street. More...

Police appeal after M5 incident
BURNHAM-On-Sea police have appealed for help in identifying this man following an incident of criminal damage. Officers were called to Sedgemoor Services on the M5 motorway near Burnham on Thursday 20th March after a gaming machine was damaged
and smashed. More...

Help raise flood recovery funds
A GROUP of fundraisers at a nursing home in Burnham-On-Sea will be holding a special event in aid of the Somerset floods recovery fund this Saturday (April 5th). The coffee morning will be held at 10.30am at Burnham Nursing Home in Oxford Street when all are welcome
to attend. More...

Taxi driver receives penalty
SEDGEMOOR District Council’s Licensing Panel has this week imposed a total of seven penalty points on a local Hackney Carriage Driver’s Licence for two breaches of licence conditions. One breach relates to a failure to notify the council of a speeding conviction
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Join 'Great Burnham Cake-Off'
A LOCAL hospice is set to hold a fundraising baking competition in Burnham-On-Sea on Saturday. The Great Burnham Cake off will take place this Saturday, 5th April, at the town's Baptist Church in College Street, Burnham from 10am-1pm for Weston Hospicecare. More...

Anger over Apex Park vandals
Exclusive: DOZENS of new trees planted around Highbridge's Apex Park have been damaged or stolen by vandals since the start of the year, angering council bosses behind the project. Pete Grainger, Ecologist at Sedgemoor District Council has this week expressed his frustration at the "mindless" damage
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Sahara dust pollution warning
DESERT dust and sand from the Sahara is due to sweep across the West Country, including the Burnham-On-Sea area, today (Wednesday) due to a continental air flow which has travelled all the way from Africa. Government health bosses are warning people
to take care. More...

Adam takes lead musical role
BURNHAM-On-Sea actor Adam Hunter is preparing to perform the lead role in a muscial in Weston later this month. He'll be performing in Me and My Girl for Weston Operatic Society at the Weston Playhouse. Adam is a natural comic performing for many years
in local drama. More...

Seafront bike nights re-start
THE first in a series of weekly fundraising bike nights got underway in Burnham-On-Sea on Tuesday evening (April 1st). Over 50 bikers gathered at the top end of Burnham's Morrisons car park last night on the seafront to raise money for local good causes
. More...

Pier sleepover for Brownies
BROWNIES from Burnham-On-Sea, Highbridge and Brent Knoll were among 160 girls who took part in a sleepover at the end of Weston Pier to mark the group's 100th birthday this week. Making new friends, the Brownies formed half of the Mendip division
at the event. More...

Shot bird rescued by carers
A PIGEON is recovering after being found shot with an airgun by wildlife carers in Highbridge. Volunteers from Secret World Wildlife Rescue were called to a car park in the town after residents spotted the struggling bird. They took it to their HQ
in East Huntspill. More...

Cat TB infection risk 'very low'
THE founder of a wildlife centre near Burnham-On-Sea has this week said cat owners should not be worried by national media reports about the risk of their pets infecting them with tuberculosis. Pauline Kidner says "the chance of being infected is very, very low." More...

Bid to straighten church tower
A MAJOR construction project is set to begin later this year to straighten the leaning tower of Burnham-On-Sea's St Andrew's Church. A team of architects has been monitoring the angle of the historic tower for several years and has recommended changes in a report
out today. More...

Opinions divided on Asda plans
PLANS for a 10,000 sq ft expansion of Highbridge's Asda store have been officially lodged with the district council this week with local opinions divided on whether the proposals are positive for the town or not. Asda wants to add a new mezzanine floor at the store. More...

In photos: Burnham Aquathlon
MILD weather created ideal conditions for dozens of athletes competing in Burnham-On-Sea's Spring aquathlon on Sunday (March 30th). The popular event, organised by Burnham Swim and Sports Academy, comprised of a 250 metre swim at Burnham Pool and a run on the beach. More...

Gymnasts take on UK's best!
FOUR members of Highbridge's Monarchs Gymnastics Club have big smiles after successfully competing against current World medallists at the British Championships. Katie Hoskins, Ellie Petrie, Alice Dymond and Natasha Stockham competed at the event in Stoke-on-Trent. More...

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