Published: November 22, 2008

TV's Little Britain actor backs anti-badger culling campaign at charity ball

Actor Tony Head was the special guest at a ball near Burnham-On-Sea in aid of local wildlife charity Secret World on Saturday evening (November 22nd), where he gave his backing to the group's campaign to halt badger culling.

Mr Head, who has appeared in the hit US TV series Buffy The Vampire Slayer and the BBC's comedy show Little Britain lent his support to the East Huntspill-based charity during its annual ball at the Webbington Hotel.

Mr Head told Burnham-On-Sea.com during Saturday's event: "Secret World does a wonderful job and I am very happy to support the group - they do a fabulous job."

He added: "I particularly like their campaign to stop badger culls. It's a very important campaign that I am fully behind. It's terrible that badger culling is still ongoing in parts of Wales."

Saturday's ball was attended by over 240 people and featured a meal, casino, disco and auction, plus live Mexican music and entertainment from a group of professional salsa dancers. It is expected to have raised more than £9,000 for the charity.

Tony Head with Clive Kidner of Secret World and Bob Nicholson of Sedgemoor Tourism Association

Mr Head with Secret World's Jamie Baker, who was one of the many attendees dressed in Mexican costume at Saturday's event

Secret World's Simon Kidner (second from left) with several local Secret World supporters during Saturday night's ball

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Little Britain star will be special guest at Secret World ball
Wildlife charity founder joins badger cull demonstration

 




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