Published: February 28, 2009
New Burnham-On-Sea internet cafe logs on for business

Burnham-On-Sea's Mayor cut the ribbon to officially open a new Internet cafe in the town on Friday afternoon (February 27th).

Cllr Peter Burridge-Clayton was joined by Alex Turco, Burnham's Chamber of Trade Chairman, to open the new venture, called The Link, in Cross Street.

Shop manager Martin Hart told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "It was a good opening ceremony and we've had plenty of interest in what we're offering."

Internet access is being offered at 10p per minute, or £5 per hour, and the shop also offers refreshments, printing and photocopying services.

Its opening hours are 10am-4pm, Monday to Saturday.

Burnham-On-Sea.com is supporting the new venture and our home page is displayed as the start-up screen on the cafe's six computers.

Pictured are Mayor Peter Burridge-Clayton cutting the ribbon at the opening ceremony and, beneath, owner Martin Hunt outside the

 




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