Mayor and Mayoress join 60 supporters at Princess event
Burnham's Mayor and Mayoress were among 60 people who attended
evening organised by the town's 'Friends of The Princess Hall'
on Saturday (17th April).
event, held at the Princess, gave residents a chance to hear more
about the group's strategy to run the hall and also pledge their
short film was shown, outlining some of the successful events
that have been held there in recent years.
The group's chairman, John Holmes, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We
were very pleased with the turnout and attracted over a dozen
new members on the night."
hope that people went away knowing a lot more about our plans
to run the Princess as a theatre and community facility."
Munt, Burnham's Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate, took
a break from her election campaign to attend and she told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"The Princess is a marvellous community facility for many
groups and different activities. It would be ludicrious for it
to be let go."
February, Burnham-On-Sea.com was first
to report here that four bidders are in the frame to take
over the management of the hall.
are (top) Mayor Derick Cooper, Mayoress Christine Cooper and Friends
Chairman John Holmes; (above) raffle winners Joe Tohill, Jean
Neville, John Holmes, Marie Bowden and Wyn Davies; and (below)
Tessa Munt with Mr Holmes after she won a hamper