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Two RSS news feeds launched
BURNHAM-On-Sea.com has launched two RSS news feeds to enable Internet users to quickly see when we have updated the site with breaking news and when posts have been added to the forum. RSS - 'Really Simple Syndication' - is a technology that's sweeping the Web. More...

Pumpkin event attracts crowds
YOUNGSTERS from across Somerset visited a Burnham-On-Sea garden centre this week to attend one of its popular pumpkin carving workshops. Staff at Sanders Garden World hosted two carving workshops to tie in with Halloween, attended by over 60 people. More...

Call for road safety changes
ALTERATIONS to road markings at a busy Burnham-On-Sea junction have not made it any safer, town councillors were told this week. Residents living near the junction of Priory Gardens say chevrons painted at the junction to divert traffic have not made it safer. More...

103 entries ready for Carnival
THE highest number of entries for almost 15 years will take part in Monday's 2006 Burnham-On-Sea Carnival. A total of 103 entries are ready to take part in the annual procession, which gets underway at 7.30pm from Love Lane before wending its way through the town. More...

Huge firework display planned
BURNHAM-On-Sea's carnival festivities will get underway on Sunday night (November 5th) with a huge seafront firework display. Starting at 7pm, the display will be operated from a platform on the seafront and, with a high tide, onlookers will see a special display. More...

Hinkley 'must not re-open'
BURNHAM-based campaign group Parents Concerned About Hinkley has today (Mon Oct 30th) called for Hinkley Point B to be permanently taken out of action following the temporary closure of the site's reactors. Both its reactors are currently shut down for checks. More...

Brean Park's £8k charity boost
MORE than £8,000 was handed over to good causes in the Burnham-On-Sea area by generous bosses at Brean Leisure Park on Saturday night (Oct 28th) following another busy summer season. Richard and Sarah House presented cheques to five local groups. More...

Halloween sweeps into town!
CUSTOMERS at The Reed's Arms in Burnham-On-Sea were in for a fright on Saturday (Oct 28th) when fun-loving staff at the seafront pub celebrated a Halloween beer festival. Staff pulled on witches outfits and masks as a 12-day Halloween beer festival got underway. More...

Drifting buoy sparks search
A COASTGUARD search was launched at Brean Down on Saturday morning (Oct 28th) after a member of the public dialled 999 after spotting what appeared to be an orange dingy drifting out to sea. Both Weston's RNLI lifeboats were launched at around 11.20am. More...

MP defends rise in expenses
BURNHAM-On-Sea's MP, David Heathcoat-Amory, claimed £111,795 in expenses during the last financial year, according to official figures released on Friday (Oct 28th). The figures show a two per cent increase in his spending compared to last year. More...

Burnham artist's work on show
A WEEK-long exhibition of more than 60 paintings by Burnham-On-Sea artist Michael Squire got off to a busy on Saturday October 28th. The talented 71 year-old has been painting water colours for more than 20 years and holding exhibitions for 16 years. More...

Golf club wins expansion bid
DELIGHTED bosses at Brean Golf Club, near Burnham-On-Sea, are celebrating after this week winning the go-ahead for a major expansion of their course. Brean Leisure Park applied to extend the 18 hole, 5715 yard course onto agricultural land south of Red Road. More...

Asda's final hurdle is removed
PLANNERS have this week removed the final obstacle standing in the way of supermarket giant Asda opening a huge new 40,000 square foot store in Highbridge, we can reveal. Asda wanted to vary its original planning application to alter boundary enclosures. More...

Farmers' market this Friday
BURNHAM-On-Sea residents will have an opportunity to buy fresh local produce when the town's monthly farmers' market is held on Friday, October 27th. The event takes place from 9am until 1pm along the High Street when a temporary road closure will be in force. More...

Anger over speed sign plans
ANGRY Burnham-On-Sea town councillors have this week attacked plans to introduce a speed warning sign along a quiet stretch of road in the town as "absolutely pointless." We reported in May that a speed sign is to be introduced along Marine Drive to crack down on speeding. More...

January D-day on lap dancing
ANXIOUS Burnham-On-Sea residents living near a High Street night club will have to wait until the New Year to find out whether its controversial plans to introduce lap dancing and extend its opening hours get the go-ahead. A court pre-hearing was held this week. More...

£1,300 handed to Kenyan choir
GENEROUS members of Burnham-On-Sea's Rotary Club and Inner Wheel this week handed over £1,300 to a group of visiting Kenyan schoolchildren who are in the area hoping to raise enough money to build a new orphanage. The money was raised at a special event. More...

RAF jet lights up town's sky
AN IMPRESSIVE light show was visible in the skies near Burnham-On-Sea on Tuesday afternoon (Oct 24th) when an RAF aircraft tested its anti-missile flares during training. The Hercules aircraft was spotted circling Bridgwater Bay at 2pm, then letting off the flares. More...

Hinkley Point 'won't re-open'
QUESTIONS are being raised about the future of Hinkley Point B nuclear power station, near Burnham-On-Sea. Both its advanced gas-cooled reactors are currently shut down and anti-nuclear campaigners say it may never open again because of its current problems. More...

Cash boost for regeneration
PLANS to modernise Burnham-On-Sea have moved a step closer with the news that the town has been awarded £350,000 in regeneration cash - with the possibility of several millions to follow. The money has been given to the Burnham Regeneration Partnership. More...

Fresh appeal after armed raid
BURNHAM-On-Sea police have renewed their appeal for information following an armed raid at Avon Newsagents in Oxford Street last week. Police spokesman Dan Mountain said there had been an "encouraging response" from the public, but more information is needed. More...

Arctic Star presented to Tony
BURNHAM-On-Sea RNLI Chairman Tony Winterburn has been presented with an 'Arctic Star' to mark his work during World War II aboard the Russian convoys between January and December 1948. He said: "I am extremely pleased to receive this emblem." More...

Parking free in Burnham this Xmas
CAR parking in Burnham-On-Sea is to be completely free during the run-up to Christmas in a bid to encourage more shoppers into the town. Town Centre Manager Anne-Marie Spalding confirmed on Monday (Oct 23rd) that charges would be removed in December. More...

Local rock group in action
A LOCAL rock group who were a big hit at Burnham-On-Sea's FolkFest in September are due to perform a fundraising concert at Brent Knoll this Saturday, October 28th. Rockin' Replay will be in action at 7.30pm at the village's Parish Hall, raising money for the upkeep of the building. More...

New PCSOs join town police
ADDITIONAL Police Community Support Officers are joining Burnham-On-Sea police this autumn as part of their ongoing crack down on crime. Five PCSOs are patrolling Burnham now, with two newcomers having joined in the last two months and more on the way. More...

Musicians on song for BARB
A GROUP of Burnham-On-Sea musicians raised more than £100 for BARB, the charity that runs the town's rescue hovercraft, by performing a concert in the town on Saturday (Oct 21st). Three young members of Wessex Woodwind Band played at Burnham Sailing Club. More...

Eight jobs lost as firm closes
A LONG-established transport company based near Burnham-On-Sea has gone into insolvency this week with the loss of around eight jobs. A.G. Watts Transport Limited - whose warehouse is at Dunball - transports materials around the UK once they are moved off large ships. More...

Sea cadets visit hovercrafts
BURNHAM'S Sea Cadets were given a VIP tour of the town's hovercraft station this week when they met the crew and also got a chance to see the two craft up close. The group of youngsters and leaders were shown around the Spirit Of Lelaina and Light Of Elizabeth crafts. More...

Garden centre's Xmas preview
MORE than a thousand visitors attended an exclusive Christmas Preview Night at Sanders Garden World, near Burnham-On-Sea, on Thursday night (Oct 19th). The centre invited guests to the event to give them the chance to see Christmas in its full glory. More...

New Harbour Master for town
CAPTAIN Peter Lee, Harbour Master for Bridgwater Bay, is hanging up his sea-boots this month and retiring from the position after 21 years. Mr Lee, pictured, is a well-known face in the Burnham and Highbridge area, as well as with boat users and trade vessels. More...

Burnham In Bloom: Full results
OVER 150 green-fingered residents from across Burnham gathered in the town council's chambers on Friday night (October 20th) to receive scores of Burnham and Highbridge In Bloom awards. The annual event recognises the efforts of residents and businesses. More...

Fire crew frees trapped pair
POLICE and fire crews from Burnham-On-Sea were called to a two-vehicle accident on the B3151 between Wedmore and Cheddar at 7pm on Friday night (Oct 20th). Two motorists were trapped in the wreckage of the cars and Burnham firefighters helped to release them. More...

Wind farm appeal edges closer
ECOTRICITY, the controversial company behind the failed bid to develop a wind farm on the outskirts of Burnham-On-Sea, is making final preparations to appeal against the decision. Ecotricity's Jamie Baldwin confirmed the appeal is on track to be submitted later in 2006. More...

Have your say on town shops
SHOPPERS in Burnham-On-Sea are to be given their say about how to make shopping in the town even better. Plans for a shoppers feedback system were unveiled this week by the town's Chamber of Trade. Scores of feedback forms will be available at nine shops and online. More...

Antiques fair date announced
A POPULAR annual antiques and collectors fair is set to be held on Carnival Day in Burnham-On-Sea next month. The day-long event will be held between 10am and 4.30pm in the Princess Hall (pictured) on Monday November 6th and will raise funds for the carnival. More...

Walkers stride out for charity
MORE than 20 members of the Burnham and Highbridge Gateway Club pulled on their hiking boots to take part in a sponsored walk at Apex Leisure Park recently. The group were fortunate to have good weather as they strode around the lakes to raise money for their club. More...

Community award for officer
BURNHAM-On-Sea policeman Adrian Jones has been handed an award for his excellent work in the community. Chief Superintendent John Snell of the Somerset West policing district has awarded the Burnham-based officer a District Commander's commendation. More...

Armed robbery shocks town
BURNHAM-On-Sea police are appealing for information after an armed robbery in the town on Wednesday (October 18th). A man entered the newsagents shop in Oxford Street at about 9.20am and threatened staff with a gun. He made off empty handed. More...

Seven jobs go at supermarket
SEVEN middle managers at Burnham-On-Sea's Somerfield supermarket have been laid off this week as part of a cost-cutting move, we can reveal. The supermarket giant confirmed to Burnham-On-Sea.com on Tuesday (October 17th) that seven jobs have been axed. More...

ITV man to turn on Xmas lights
BURNHAM-On-Sea's High Street will glow a little brighter this Christmas with the news that 19 new sets of festive lights are to be switched on during November. An afternoon of activities will be held in the run-up to the big switch-on, it was announced on Tuesday (Oct 17th). More...

£11k skate park plans unveiled
AN £11,000 scheme to overhaul Burnham-On-Sea's skateboarding facilities is set to be unveiled later this week. Surrey firm Fearless Ramps will show how it proposes to introduce new facilities at Apex Leisure Park during a special meeting at Jaycroft Road. More...

Hinkley prepares for shut down
BRITISH Energy admitted on Monday (Oct 16th) that cracks in boiler pipes at Hinkley Point power station, near Burnham, are "at the high end of those previously experienced" and it's therefore temporarily shutting the reactor, which may be out of action for "months." More...

New fashion shop for Burnham
A NEW fashion shop has this week opened its doors for the first time on Burnham-On-Sea's High Street. Called Spangles, the new store is at 3 The High Street and replaces the former branch of DC Computers. Its owner said the first few days had been a busy time. More...

'Reckless' youngsters risk fines
YOUNGSTERS
who filmed themselves standing on top of a car whilst it was driven along a beach in the Burnham-On-Sea area are breaking a bye-law and risk heavy penalties. Alarming footage of youngsters using vehicles on local beaches has come to light this week. More...

Anglers reel in bumper catches
OVER
40 anglers took to the waters around Burnham-On-Sea on Sunday (Oct 15th) to compete in the first boat fishing competition of the new season. The event is organised by Burnham Boat Owners Sea Angling Association and was well supported by 41 anglers. More...

MP in 'racist comments' probe
BURNHAM
-On-Sea's MP, David Heathcoat-Amory, is at the centre of an alleged racist incident in the House of Commons, according to London newspaper reports on Sunday (Oct 15th). The Evening Standard says a Labour MP has made a formal Commons complaint. More...

New carnival queen is crowned
BURNHAM
-On-Sea's 2006 carnival queen and princesses were crowned in a ceremony at Brean on Friday night (Oct 13th). Fears about a lack of nominees proved unfounded as 42 youngsters came forward to be princesses and 13 girls stood for the position of queen. More...

Accident delays M5 motorists
A THREE
-car collision on the M5 motorway near Burnham-On-sea delayed motorists on Friday afternoon (October 13th). Police told Burnham-On-Sea.com that three vehicles collided at 1.40pm just a few hundred metres before the southbound sliproad of junction 22. More...

Concert fundraiser for BARB
A GROUP of Burnham-On-Sea musicians are to perform a concert in the town to help raise funds for the town's rescue hovercraft.
Three members of Wessex Woodwind Band will play a line-up of classical flute and clarinet music on Saturday October 21st at Burnham Sailing Club. More...

Seafront extension rejected
CONTROVERSIAL
plans to extend the frontage of a group of shops on Burnham's seafront have this week been turned down by planners. They strongly objected to the scheme, which was submitted by the building's owner, Mr J Corrigan, to increase the shop frontage. More...

Royal party for town couple
A BURNHAM
-On-Sea couple were among 6,000 guests to be invited to Buckingham Palace to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Prince's Trust. Roy Wallis, pictured here with wife Eve outside the famous London gates, is a local Princes Trust volunteer. More...

Council launches newsletter
MORE
information about the big issues affecting Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge is to be made available following this week's launch of a brand new quarterly newsletter published by the town council. Town council leader Cllr Peter Clayton unveiled it on Thursday, Oct 12th. More...

Huge search launched for boy
BURNHAM
-On-Sea Coastguards and police launched a major night search for a missing 17-year-old boy during the early hours of today, Thursday Oct 12th. Several miles of coastline between the Brue estuary at Highbridge and Brean Down were searched. More...

Boats lifted from River Brue
MORE than 20 yachts and fishing boats were being winched into the sky above the River Brue in Burnham-On-Sea on Wednesday morning (Oct 11th) as the annual winter 'crane-out' got underway.
The operation to move the boats lasted around six hours. More...

Alert over missing sex offender
BRISTOL
police are appealing for help in finding a registered sex offender who is on the run after breaching his sex offender's registration and could be in the Burnham-On-Sea area. Simon James Walford, 35, is from the St Paul's area but is also known to frequent Burnham. More...

M5 raid: Police hunt suspects
POLICE
have this week appealed for help in tracing three men who may be responsible for a burglary at Sedgemoor Services on the M5 near Burnham-On-Sea. Several fruit machines on the northbound side were attacked on Sunday October 1st and money was taken. More...

Decision 'soon' on hall's future
A DECISION
about the future of Burnham-On-Sea's Princess Hall is likely to be made soon after months of talks about the town centre facility. Discussions have been ongoing between the current owner, Sedgemoor District Council, and Burnham Town Council. More...

Tim to perform Xmas concert
GUESTS at a Christmas Preview Night taking place at Sanders Garden World, near Burnham-On-Sea, will have a chance to listen to carols sung by an operatic tenor while they shop. The centre has invited singer Tim Pitman to its festive night on Thursday October 19th. More...

Diabetes group's cash boost
BURNHAM-On-Sea's Burnbridge Diabetes Group have helped fund the cost of a child's diabetes holiday by this week presenting a cheque for £200 to Musgrove Children's Diabetes Department. A cheque was handed over during a ceremony in which respresentatives from Musgrove received a cheque. More...

High-flying talk for town group
SOMERSET'S air ambulance was in the spotlight during a talk delivered by Sir Bernie Knight at the latest meeting of Burnham-On-Sea's Moose International Lodge. Bernie's good humour and professional style of presentation made the talk entertaining and educational. More...

Dunes cut back by high tides
SEVERAL
miles of sand dunes running along the top of the beach at Berrow, Brean and Burnham-On-Sea have been cut back by this week's high tides and storm waves - but wildlife bosses say there is no need to worry because the dunes will quickly recover in 'just months'. More...

Man flees police in Pier Street
BURNHAM
-On-Sea police are searching for the driver of this vehicle after he fled from the scene after being pulled over in Pier Street on Monday evening (Oct 9th). Officers were continuing their crackdown on anti-social drivers along The Esplanade when they pulled over the car. More...

Town's Lions Club reaches 30!
BURNHAM
-On-Sea Lions Club members have this week been celebrating the group's 30th anniversary. The Lions Club was formed in the town exactly 30 years ago this month - and the occasion was marked this week with a special presentation to the founding member. More...

Police hunt burglary suspect
POLICE
have issued a photo of a man they want to speak to in connection with a series of burglaries in Burnham-On-Sea, Taunton, Bridgwater and Berrow. Throughout the last month there have been a number of break-ins which police believe are linked. They are appealing for help. More...

Charity marks World Sight Day
STAFF
members from the Highbridge-based National Blind Childrens Society this week experienced at first hand how different life would be if they were visually impaired. To mark World Sight Day on October 12th, they took part in a blindfolded walk along Burnham seafront. More...

One injured in four-car collision
ONE
person is in hospital after a four car collision in Berrow over the weekend. Paramedics, police and fire crews from Burnham-On-Sea rushed to the entrance to Unity Farm Holiday Park after the serious accident, which temporarily closed the road causing delays for motorists. More...

Film fans flock to UK premiere
FILM fans flocked to Burnham-On-Sea's Ritz Cinema on Sunday (October 8th) for the UK's first screening of a new sea-rescue blockbuster shown in aid of the charity that runs the town’s rescue hovercraft. Scores of Kevin Costner fans saw the gala screening of The Guardian. More...

Vandals smash shop windows
VANDALS caused hundreds of pounds of damage during an attack on a High Street shop in central Burnham-On-Sea on Friday night (Oct 6th). A large pane of glass at the front of Watermark Financial Services was smashed in an apparently random attack. More...

Video: Storm batters seafront
HUGE waves battered Burnham-On-Sea on Friday night (Oct 6th) as high tides coincided with gale-forced winds. Waves broke over the sea wall along the southern Esplanade, leaving pools of sea water along roads and pavements. The town was earlier put on Flood Watch. Video...

MP in town for charity event
BURNHAM
-On-Sea MP David Heathcoat-Amory was shown how to use Braille during a special reception held at the National Blind Childrens Society in Highbridge this week. The MP put himself in the position of a blind person and communicated without sight using Braille. More...

Trade group unveils initiatives
A RANGE
of initiatives to boost trade along Burnham-On-Sea's High Street are to be unveiled this month during a meeting of the town's Chamber of Trade and Commerce. The proposals will be discussed at a general meeting on October 17th, to which all businesses in the town are being invited. More...

Burnham artist's work on show
COLOURFUL
works of art by Burnham-On-Sea artist Damian Leigh are set to go on show at a local garden centre later this month. Damian, 38, will be displaying and selling his work at Sanders Garden World’s Village Square on Saturday October 21st and 22nd. More...

Radiolink scheme gets boost
A SCHEME
to link police, traders and pub landlords in Burnham-On-Sea, Highbridge and Brean is going from strength to strength after winning a grant this week from the Safer Sedgemoor Partnership. Burnham Radiolink was set up in April 2000 and has been vital in helping to fight crime in the area. More...

Police in fresh arson appeal
BURNHAM-On-Sea Police issued a fresh appeal for information on Friday (October 6th) about an arson attack on two barns in East Huntspill.
As first reported by Burnham-On-Sea.com, the fire happened at about 1am on Sept 24th at Smithy Farm when two barns were destroyed. More...

Mayor welcomes Kenyan group
BURNHAM
-On-Sea's Mayor and Town Crier were among more than 100 local residents to give a warm welcome to a group of Kenyan schoolchildren on Thursday night (Oct 5th). The 24 pupils, who are from a primary school near Mombasa, are visiting Burnham-On-Sea and other towns. More...

Flood Watch issued for area
ENVIRONMENT Agency bosses have issued a precautionary Flood Watch for the Bristol Channel coastline extending from Porlock to Avonmouth - which includes Burnham, Brean and Berrow - but they are still saying that the risk of major flooding this weekend is low. More...

Anthony takes on the world!
BURNHAM
paralympic swimmer Anthony Stephens is making final preparations to compete in December's World Swimming Championships. The 20 year-old told Burnham-On-Sea.com he is "optimistic" of success at the International Paralympic World Swimming Championships. More...

Highbridge firm fined £14,000
SEDGEMOOR
District Council has successfully prosecuted Brake Brothers Foodservice Limited under the Health and Safety at Work Act following an accident at their Highbridge-based warehouse. The case was heard at Bridgwater Magistrates Court on Tuesday (Oct 3rd). More...

Police warn over cold callers
POLICE
in Burnham-On-Sea issued a warning to elderly residents in the town on Wednesday (Oct 4th) after a spate of distraction burglaries. In each case, offenders have posed as council workers or water board officials and duped their way into elderly people's homes. More...

Over 210 new homes for town?
TWO
major planning applications to build more than 200 new homes in Highbridge have been unveiled this week. Derek Mead, the man behind the successful bid to build an Asda supermarket in Highbridge, has submitted an application to build almost 170 homes. More...

New high tides warning issued
ENVIRONMENT
Agency bosses have warned Burnham-On-Sea residents that this coming weekend's high tides could raise the threat of flooding if they coincide with bad weather. The tides on Sunday 8th and Monday 9th October will be as high as those in September. More...

Man's life saved by electrician
QUICK
thinking by an electrician in Highbridge helped save a man's life earlier this week. Becky Wilkinson, a Sedgemoor District Council electrician, spotted an elderly man had collapsed near to his home in Morland Road after suffering a heart attack and raised the alarm. More...

Anger over pavement parking
ANGRY
councillors have this week hit out at motorists who are blocking pavements in the centre of Highbridge. At this week's meeting of Burnham and Highbridge Town Council, members said the problem in front of new homes in Church Street is "getting out of control." More...

Busy start to country festival
THOUSANDS
of country and western music fans have descended on Brean, near Burnham-On-Sea, this week for a ten-day Country Music Festival. The 2006 event is taking place until October 7th and is drawing large crowds of fans to pubs and clubs across the resort. More...

Moped accident shuts junction
A BUSY
Highbridge road junction was closed to traffic on Monday morning (October 2nd) while emergency services dealt with an accident involving a motorcyclist. Burnham-On-Sea paramedics and police rushed to the junction of Burnham Road and Church Street. More...

Major roadworks start in town
BURNHAM
-On-Sea motorists are being warned to expect delays during the next weeks as major roadworks get underway. The first batch of work along Oxford Street starts on Monday (October 2nd) and will last for five days until Friday. Then, next week, work begins on the B3140. More...

Kenyan group visiting area
A GROUP
of Kenyan schoolchildren will be performing at a garden centre near Burnham-On-Sea this month to help raise money to build an orphanage in their home village. The 24 pupils, who are from Mombasa, will be singing and playing the drums at Sanders. More...

Half marathon beats the rain!
MORE than 330
runners pounded the streets of Burnham-On-Sea on Sunday (October 1st) during the town's annual half marathon. The weather promised to be wet, but it was fine for much of the race. We have full coverage plus results, photos and video.
Photos & story
| Video | Results

Dignitaries at Legion service
DIGNITARIES
from across the south west converged on Burnham-On-Sea on Sunday afternoon (October 1st) for the unveiling of the British Legion's new branch standard. VIPs from branches in Somerset attended a special parade along The Esplanade then attended a service in St Andrew's Church. More...

Brush up your computer skills!
BURNHAM
-On-Sea residents are being invited to brush up their computer skills during a series of training courses in the town. Using up-to-date computer equipment at the town's BAY centre, Lewis Jones and Mike Turner are giving the public a chance to learn computer skills. More...

Badly injured swan rescued
AN INJURED swan which had swallowed a fishing hook and line was rescued by Burnham-On-Sea hovercraft group's inshore lifeboat crew on Saturday, September 30th. Secret World Wildlife Rescue Centre contacted BARB, the charity that runs Burnham's rescue hovercraft, for help after the bird was spotted
. More...

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