Published: July 1, 2008
New signs explain renovation plans for Burnham's Marine Cove

Huge signs explaining the plans to restore Burnham-On-Sea's Marine Cove gardens have been introduced on the boarded-up seafront shelters this week.

Burnham-On-Sea.com exclusively reported last week how an online petition had been launched to gather support for the £670,000 scheme to renovate the gardens.

In March, Sedgemoor District Council made a submission to the Heritage Lottery Fund's 'Parks For People' programme. The bid covers bringing back lost features - such as a sundial, water fountain and several benches - plus restoring the shelters and more.

In very recent times the shelters have fallen into such a state of disrepair that they were boarded up to prevent further deterioration whilst funding is sought to restore them. Town councillors had suggested they could be smartened up with the new signs.

 




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