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Burnham 2006: Year in photos
FROM horses and cars getting trapped in mud on our beaches to Burnham-On-Sea.com winning the award for South West Web Site of the Year, 2006 was a year to be remembered! We've picked the 40 stories which produced the most striking photographs of the year. More...

£2m overhaul for M5 at Burnham
A MAJOR project to introduce a quieter, safer road surface on the M5 at Burnham-On-Sea is scheduled to begin on January 8th. The work, costing £2 million, will take place between Junctions 22 and 23 and will involve improving drainage as well as resurfacing the carriageway, the Highways Agency said on Friday. More...

Five million watch Brean film
More than five million television viewers watched BBC1's film 'Dracula' on Thursday night (December 28th) in which Brean Down was heavily featured. We exclusively reported in August how Brean beach had been transformed into a film set to record scenes for the film
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Busy New Year's Eve for town
REVELLERS in Burnham-On-Sea have a choice on how to celebrate the start of 2007 when a wide range of events is held in the town on New Year's Eve. Popular local group The Ginger Hitlas will be playing at The Ritz Club from 8pm, whle Snappa will be at the Old Pier Tavern. More...

Top loo award for Brean park!
BOSSES at a Brean caravan park are flushed with success after the quality of their loos was recognised in a nationwide competition. Warren Farm, near Burnham-On-Sea, has England's best caravan park toilet facilities, according to the 2006 Loo Of The Year Awards. More...

Bowling club's plan withdrawn
CONTROVERSIAL plans to extend the closing time at Burnham-On-Sea Bowling Club until 2am have been withdrawn. Sedgemoor District Council's Licensing and Registration Committee had been due to decide last week whether the club could open late on 24 nights a year. More...

Somerset Rebels 2007 preview
WITH the new 2007 speedway season rapidly approaching, the boss of Burnham-based Somerset Rebels, Mike Golding, tells Burnham-On-Sea.com how he sees the season ahead going. Mr Golding has been using his Xmas break to make final preparations. More...

Fire crews tackle house blaze
BURNHAM-On-Sea firefighters equipped with breathing apparatus tackled a serious house blaze in Berrow Road on Thursday morning (December 28th). Two Burnham fire crews raced to the property at 10.30am after the occupants dialled 999 to report a fire had broken out in their kitchen
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Police appeal after OAP injured
POLICE in Highbridge appealed for witnesses on Thursday (Dec 28th) as they investigated a fail-to-stop accident in the town. At around 10.30am on Christmas Eve, an elderly pedestrian was crossing Bank Street when she was involved in a collision with a vehicle. More...

Claim your free 2007 calendar!
PEOPLE in Burnham-On-Sea are being invited to swap their old 2006 calendars for a brand new 2007 gnome-themed one during an eco-friendly calendar amnesty at Sanders Garden World. Staff at the garden centre will be hosting the amnesty from January 4th to 6th. More...

Pubs prepare for smoking ban
PUBS across Burnham-On-Sea are getting ready for the introduction of next summer's nationwide smoking ban. Chaplins on The Esplanade has spent more than £5,000 on building a new extension to its premises - and other pubs are following suit. More...

Boxing Day blaze extinguished
THOUSANDS of pounds of damage was caused to a car and garage during a fire at Rooksbridge on Boxing Day evening. Firefighters from Burnham-On-Sea and Cheddar gained entry to a domestic garage in the village after the blaze broke out at 8.02pm. More...

Armed police swoop on Burnham street
ARMED police sealed off a Burnham-On-Sea road on Christmas Day afternoon as they investigated a serious disturbance at a flat. Abingdon Street in the centre of Burnham was closed from around 4.30pm when residents told Burnham-On-Sea.com they saw officers surrounding a shop. More...

Festive finance boost from pub
A TRIO of worthy causes in Burnham-On-Sea have been handed a festive financial boost by a local fundraising group. The Somerset and Dorset Pub's Local Emergency Services Fund handed out three £500 cheques this week after a year of successful money-raising. More...

Boost for farmers markets
BURNHAM-On-Sea's Farmers Markets are to continue during January, February and March, it was announced this week. The popular markets - which are held in the High Street - were due to take a winter break until April 2007 but have now been extended. More...

Xmas Eve crash shuts Marine Drive
A MOTORCYCLIST was rushed to hospital on Sunday morning (December 24th) after an accident closed Burnham-On-Sea's Marine Drive. A red Kia pulling out of Apex Leisure Park is believed to have collided with the motorcycle just after 11.30am, shutting the road for 30 minutes. More...

Carols for last-minute shoppers
LAST-minute Christmas shoppers in Burnham were treated to a line-up of festive carols from a town drama group on Sunday morning, December 24th. BEES (Burnham Excellent Entertainment Society) sang a line-up of carols and festive music at the town's Tesco store. More...

Shoppers dig deep for fire fund
COLLECTION tins were rattling when Burnham-On-Sea firefighters raised more than a thousand pounds for the Fire Services Benevolent Fund this week. Generous High Street shoppers dug deep into their pockets and purses to raise a bumper sum of £1,375. More...

Motorist causes two accidents
A MOTORIST travelled the wrong way down the M5 between Pawlett and Burnham-On-Sea, causing two accidents and leaving the motorway closed for more than two hours on Friday night (December 22nd). Police, fire crews and paramedics rushed to the southbound carriageway of the M5 at 8pm. More...

Sea swimmers ready for dip!
PLUCKY volunteers from Burnham will be braving the waters of the English Channel next Saturday (December 30th) to raise funds for local charity Secret World. The volunteers will pull on a range of costumes as they perform their annual sea swim at Lyme Regis. More...

Tree storm repairs completed
WORK was completed this week on making safe a huge tree in Burnham-On-Sea which was damaged during the recent storms. Sedgemoor Disrict Council, which owns some of the land at Gardenhurst, has been busy ensuring that none of the higher branches could come down. More...

Xmas lights winners revealed
THE winners of Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge's annual Christmas lights competition were announced on Friday (Dec 22nd). Three judges from the town council visited scores of streets in the area during the last few weeks to choose the best. More...

M5 crash delays Xmas traffic
CHRISTMAS traffic on the M5 motorway near Burnham-On-Sea was reduced to a crawl on Friday afternoon (Dec 22nd) after an accident in thick fog. Two fire crews from Burnham and Weston were called to junction 22 of the northbound carriageway at 3.15pm. More...

Race Night tickets on sale
TICKETS have gone on sale this week for a fundraising event to help Burnham's ambulance station upgrade some of its specialist equipment. The race night will be held on January 27th at Lakeside in Westfield Road and aims to raise £3,000 to upgrade equipment used by Burnham paramedics. More...

Town just misses GMTV prize
RESIDENTS of Burnham's Trinity Rise were still smiling on Friday morning (Dec 22nd) even though they just missed out on the top prize in GMTV's nationwide Christmas lights competition. Earlier in the week, delighted organisers heard they had reached the semi-finals. More...

Seven month closure for busy road
MOTORISTS travelling through Highbridge are being warned to expect delays for up to seven months as work gets underway on building a new roundabout next to the town's new Asda superstore. Warning signs have appeared in the area this week, advising motorists. More...

Hinkley re-opening is delayed
HINKLEY Point B, near Burnham-On-Sea, will not return to operation until March, the power station operator British Energy said on Thursday (Dec 21st). The company had said earlier this week that one of the reactors at the plant would be back in operation by January
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New homes plan wins approval
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build 12 homes on the site of an NHS care home at Berrow have this week been given the go-ahead by planners. Despite the news, health bosses reassured Burnham-On-Sea.com readers in November that the future of the centre is not threatened. More...

RNLI crews called to angling boat
COASTGUARDS called both Burnham-On-Sea RNLI's lifeboats into action at 8.27pm on Wednesday night (December 20th) after a walker reported hearing voices coming from thick fog in Bridgwater Bay. A search was conducted for an angling boat seen in the area. More...

Town crime carries on rising
OFFICIAL figures from Burnham-On-Sea Police show crime in the town has increased significantly during the past year, although November showed a slight fall. The new figures demonstrate how monthly crime during 2006 has been consistently higher than in 2005. More...

Chip pan blamed for blaze
A CHIP pan is being blamed for a blaze at a Highbridge home on Wednesday night (December 20th). A Burnham-On-Sea fire crew attended a property fire in Morland Road at 9.52pm to find smoke pouring out of the house. Fortunately, the blaze was quickly extinguished. More...

School's VIP cinema screening
HUNDREDS of excited pupils from a Highbridge school gathered in Burnham-On-Sea's cinema this week for a special end-of-term treat. The 200 youngsters from St John's School filled both screens at the Ritz Cinema in Victoria Street on Tuesday (December 19th). More...

National TV coverage for town!
SATELLITE TV trucks and camera crews descended on a usually quiet Burnham-On-Sea street on Wednesday morning (December 20th) when it came under the glare of national attention on GMTV. Trinity Rise is in the semi-finals of GMTV's nationwide competition to find the UK's best Christmas lights. More...

New warning on imitation guns
POLICE in Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge repeated their warning on Tuesday afternoon (December 19th) for parents to be wary of buying imitation firearms as children's Christmas presents - after five imitation weapons were seized in the two towns this week. More...

Bumper start to cod season
THIS bumper-sized 12lb 12oz cod was the catch-of-the-day when Burnham boat owners held their annual competition during the height of the cod fishing season this week. While the last few years have seen cod stocks declining in Bridgwater Bay, this season is busier. More...

Road closes after accident
A BUSY Burnham-On-Sea road was closed for over two hours on Tuesday morning (Dec 19th) after a two-vehicle accident. Police and paramedics rushed to Stoddens Lane just after 8am after a Toyota car and a lorry collided on a stretch of the road near a railway bridge. More...

Hinkley to re-open in January
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of the reactors at Hinkley Point B power station, near Burnham-On-Sea, is on track to return to partial operation during the next fortnight. British Energy said on Monday (Dec 18th) that its work is on track and one of the reactors will be operational by January. More...

Workers repair jetty damage
URGENT repairs were carried out to the navigation beacon at the end of Burnham-On-Sea's slipway on Monday (December 18th) after a bolt came lose during recent storms and left the structure in a precarious condition. The work was completed over four hours. More...

Prizes for young poster artists
BUDDING young artists who entered Sanders Garden World's 'Design a Circus Poster Competition' have been presented with their prizes at the garden centre in Brent Knoll. Youngsters from all over Somerset took part in the contest to create a circus poster. More...

Councillors intervene in path saga
THE long-overdue clean-up of a Burnham-On-Sea footpath was completed on Saturday (December 16th) after two district councillors intervened in a long-running dispute. Arthur Thorogood and Bob Filmer armed themselves with gardening tools to clear away the overgrown foliage. More...

Shell collectors in for a treat
SHELL collectors wandering along Burnham's beach have been rewarded with some impressive finds this week after the recent heavy storms. The gales have resulted in a wider than normal range of shells being washed up along several parts of the town's shoreline. More...

Hovercraft pull raises £3,500
A TWO-mile sponsored pull of Burnham’s rescue hovercraft through the streets of Brean has raised a huge £3,500 for BARB, the charity behind the life-saving service. Generous members of Chevron Country Music Club held a series of fundraising events. More...

Vandals in overnight attack
ANGRY residents in a Burnham-On-Sea street were beginning a clean-up operation on Saturday morning (December 16th) after vandals caused damage in the area. Several concrete flower pots were removed from the front gardens of properties along Worston Road before being smashed on pavements. More...

Spring planting starts at Apex
CHRISTMAS may be just a week away, but Spring was on the minds of a Burnham-On-Sea group on Saturday morning (Dec 16th) when its members planted scores of bulbs in Apex Leisure Park. Members of The Friends Of Apex Park took part in the annual planting session. More...

Mayor's Christmas message
BURNHAM-On-Sea and Highbridge Mayor Eric Gill, pictured, released his annual Christmas Message on Friday (December 15th). "I am inordinately proud and privileged to have been selected Mayor for a second year and my wife and I are delighted to be able to wish all a very Merry Christmas." More...

Festive cheer at town store
A GROUP of Burnham-On-Sea singers hit the right note with Tesco shoppers when they performed a line-up of Christmas songs in the store on Friday evening, December 15th. The local group, called Musically Challenged, performed a range of festive carols at the entrance to the store. More...

Rotary steers funds to charity!
OVER £600 was raised for charity when Burnham-On-Sea Rotary Club members held an unusual fundraising competition at Highbridge Fatstock Market. Visitors to the market were encouraged to guess the distance between the horn tips of a huge steer. More...

Coroner names beach body
THE West Somerset Coroner said on Thursday (Dec 14th) that the body of a man found on Berrow Beach, near Burnham-On-Sea, last weekend had been identified. A spokesman said analysis of finger prints had confirmed that the man was a 60 year-old from near Cardiff. More...

Curtain Call's £820 charity boost
PAULINE Kidner, founder of Secret World, and Debbie O'Keefe, fundraiser from the wildlife rescue centre, met some of the members of Burnham-based performing arts group Curtain Call this week as they handed over a cheque for £820 following a successful year. More...

CCTV appeal follows M5 theft
POLICE have issued a photo of two men who they think may be able to help them with their enquiries into the theft of money from several fruit machines at the M5 Sedgemoor Services, near Burnham-On-Sea. One of the men is white, in his early 20s and 5'6"-5'8" tall. More...

Town Council 'may move to Princess'
BURNHAM
-On-Sea and Highbridge Town Council may move from its current home in Jaycroft Road into the newly-acquired Princess Hall in the centre of town. The move is one of several options on the table after yesterday's news that months of talks about the future of the hall had come to a successful conclusion. More... | Grant decision

1981 storm - Your memories
YESTERDAY (Dec 13th) was the 25th anniversary of the devastating 1981 storm which struck Burnham-On-Sea. We asked readers to get in touch with their memories of the storm and have published a selection of the most interesting stories from that period... More...

25th anniversary of 1981 storm
WEDNESDAY December 13th marks the
25th anniversary of the devastating 1981 storm which struck Burnham-On-Sea. A huge trail of damage was left along the town's seafront after waves and water caused widespread damage. Today, Burnham-On-Sea.com takes a special look back at that fateful day..
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Body found on Berrow beach
POLICE confirmed this week that a man's body had been found on Berrow Beach, near Burnham-On-Sea, at the weekend. The unpleasant discovery was made on Saturday morning (December 9th) by a dog walker who immediately contacted police. Officxers are trying to identify the man. More...

Anthony celebrates again!
BURNHAM-On-Sea paralympic swimmer Anthony Stephens is celebrating this week after winning his event during the IPC World Swimming Championships in South Africa. The former King Alfred School student won the 200 metres freestyle race in his S5 disablement group. More...

Wind farm appeal gets started
Exclusive: ECOTRICITY, the controversial company behind the failed bid to build a wind farm on the outskirts of Burnham-On-Sea, has this week submitted its appeal against the decision. The appeal documents arrived during the last few days, a district council spokesman told Burnham-On-Sea.com. More...

In Photos: New lifeboat arrives
BURNHAM-On-Sea RNLI's new D-class lifeboat arrived in the town on Monday (December 11th) when crew members had their first opportunity to venture out into the sea onboard. The boat, called Puffin, was put through a series of sea-based exercises during Monday. More...

Man arrested after accident
A MAN was arrested after failing a breath test following a two-car accident in Queen's Drive, Burnham-On-Sea, on Tuesday morning (Dec 12th). Motorists travelling out of the town towards the M5 faced lengthy delays after the accident, which happened at 8.20am. More...

Town railway station re-opens
THERE was good news for commuters who use Highbridge & Burnham-On-Sea Railway Station on Monday (Dec 11th) when a three week closure to renew tracks was completed on time. During the work, six miles of rail, 26,000 tonnes of ballast and 10 points were renewed. More...

Police hunt fuel theft suspect
POLICE are appealing for help in identifying a motorist who allegedly stole petrol from a filling station near Burnham-On-Sea. They want to identify a man who they think may be able to help with their enquiries into a case of bilking from the garage at Bristol Road in Brent Knoll on October 29th. More...

Mick Jagger's brother in town
MICK Jagger's brother took to the stage at Burnham-On-Sea's Ritz Social Club on Saturday night, December 9th. An audience of over 100 people crowded in to the Victoria Street club where Chris Jagger performed two 50-minute sets, pictured here, to the delight of the crowd. More...

Bowling club bids to extend opening hours
A
controversial application to extend opening times until 2am at Burnham-On-Sea Bowling Club is set to be decided by Sedgemoor District Council's Licensing and Registration Committee this week. The town's bowling club, in St Andrew's Road, wants to extend its opening hours from 11.30pm to 2am. More...

Poor turnout at regeneration AGM
FEWER than 25 people attended the annual general meeting of the Burnham and Highbridge Regeneration Partnership this week when the group gave an update on improvements to the area. Regeneration Partnership chairman Mike Murphy (pictured) led the meeting. More...

GMTV features street's lights
BURNHAM-On-Sea was in the national spotlight on Friday morning (December 8th) when a cul-de-sac's Christmas lights were mentioned during ITV's breakfast programme. This year's display of lights at Trinity Rise were featured by GMTV during a feature on exceptional Christmas decorations. More...

Mayor opens new learning centre
A NEW Active Living Centre for people aged over 50 was opened in Burnham-On-Sea on Friday December 8th by the town's Mayor. The facility, overseen by Somerset County Council and Age Concern, was launched at Burnham's Community Centre by Cllr Eric Gill. More...

Shoppers back pedestrianisation
Exclusive: ALMOST half of Burnham-On-Sea shoppers want the town's High Street to be pedestrianised, according to the results of an official survey carried out by the Chamber of Trade. The study - which included leaflets being handed out in shops across the town and an online survey. More...

Police crack down on car crime
BURNHAM police have this week been cracking down on vehicle crime during their ongoing 'Operation Relentless' initiative. Burnham Town Centre's Beat Officer pulled over the driver of this vehicle in College Street as part of the drive. The motorist was charged with several alleged offences. More...

Death 'no longer suspicious'
BURNHAM-On-Sea Police said on Thursday afternoon (December 7th) they are no longer treating the death of a 59-year-old woman on the town's seafront as suspicious. It follows a second post mortem by a Home Office Pathologist earlier in the day. More...

M5 re-opens after lorry crash
POLICE closed the M5 at Burnham-On-Sea on Thursday afternoon (December 7th) after a lorry accident at Weston. Traffic was being directed off the northbound carriageway and onto the A38 after the accident involving a HGV carrying compressed gas canisters. More...

Mike turns on 20,000 lights!
A BURNHAM-On-Sea resident has this week lit up his home and garden with an incredible display of 20,000 Christmas lights! Mike Perrin of 76 Gielgud Road has put in a special effort this year to make his home one of the best decorated in the town - and raise cash for charity. More...

Gales give town a battering
BURNHAM-On-Sea took another battering on Thursday (Dec 7th) as further strong winds and heavy rain hit the town, leading the Environment Agency to put the coastline on Flood Watch. A large area of the Bristol Channel - from Porlock to Avonmouth - was put on a Watch. More...

Police probe 'suspicious' death
A section of Burnham-On-Sea seafront was sealed off by police this evening (Wednesday December 6th) as they investigated the suspicious death of a 59-year-old woman. Several police teams are on the scene at the top of Sea View Road as officers carry out door-to-door enquiries regarding the matter. More...

RNLI group marks busy year
MEMBERS of Burnham-On-Sea RNLI's Supporters Group celebrated a successful year of fundraising during their Christmas meal this week. A 20-strong group of supporters gathered at the White Cottage restaurant at West Huntspill on Wednesday (Dec 6th). More...

Council bids for £75k hall grant
Exclusive: A DECISION about the future of Burnham-On-Sea's Princess Hall looks set to be made next week when the town council hears whether its bid for a £75,000 grant has been successful. We learn the town council is seeking a special 'reducing grant' to help defray its costs in running the hall. More...

Regeneration group holds AGM
PLANS to modernise Burnham-On-Sea will be discussed at the AGM of the town's Regeneration Partnership on Wednesday (Dec 6th). In October, the plans to revamp various parts of the town moved a step closer with the news that £350,000 in regeneration cash had been awarded to the town. More...

Budding young chefs do battle!
BUDDING young chefs from Burnham-On-Sea battled it out when they took part in a nationwide Rotary Club Young Chef Competition this week. The event saw Year 11 students from King Alfred School prepare a two-course healthy meal for two teenagers with a budget of £5. More...

Warning on 'over development'
CONCERNED town councillors have this week warned that hundreds of homes being built in Highbridge are leaving the town at a 'tipping point'. The comments came as 169 new homes are set to be built on land at Springfield Road and 45 homes are earmarked nearby. More...

New PCSOs join town police
THREE new Police Community Support Officers have started work in Burnham-On-Sea this week as part of an ongoing crackdown on local crime. A total of 11 PCSOs are now patrolling the Burnham and Cheddar police sector, with five having joined in the past four months. More...

Crash closes busy town street
A BUSY Burnham-On-Sea road came to a standstill on Monday afternoon (December 4th) after a two-car accident. The tea-time collision, pictured, occurred in Oxford Street during wet and windy conditions. It led to delays for commuters using the busy route as police temporarily closed off the road. More...

80mph winds cause damage
POWERFUL 80mph winds swept through Burnham-On-Sea in the early hours of today (Sunday Dec 3rd), causing major damage in several parts of the town. A shop front in the High Street was blown away by the gales and several trees were down in the area. More...

Town braced for strong winds
BURNHAM-On-Sea residents are being warned to brace themselves for heavy rain and gale-force winds overnight tonight, Saturday Dec 2nd. The Met Office warns we should expect extremely windy weather on Saturday night from midnight until Sunday at 6am. More...

Threshers vouchers being honoured
BURNHAM-On-Sea's Threshers wine shop was 'considerably busier than normal' on Saturday (Dec 2nd) as Internet users took advantage of a voucher offer that has exploded over the Web. Threshers, which has stores across the county, fears its profits could be hit. More...

Injured swan helped by crews
AN INJURED cygnet which had swallowed a metre-long length of rope has been helped by a team of Burnham rescuers. Highbridge-based Secret World contacted BARB, the charity behind the town's hovercraft, for help when the distressed bird was spotted at Dunball. More...

'Jim'll Fix It' TV crew in town
A TV crew from UK Gold will be filming at Sanders Garden World, near Burnham-On-Sea, on Wednesday (Dec 6) for the re-launch of the popular TV show Jim’ll Fix It, which will be back on the air next spring. The crew will be recording inside the Circus Americano big top. More...

Trinity Rise lights up for Xmas!
A BURNHAM-On-Sea cul-de-sac whose impressive display of Christmas lights was featured on national TV last year has burst into festive colour again this week when residents lit up their homes. Crowds of onlookers watched the eight Trinity Rise homes on Friday (Dec 1st). More...

Tremor shakes Bristol Channel
A SMALL earth tremor briefly rumbled underneath the Bristol Channel on Thursday evening (Nov 30th). The British Geological Survey - a group that monitors UK earthquakes - said on Friday the small quake had measured 1.6 on the Richter Scale at 9.51pm. More...

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