turn out for Wild West re-enactment at Brent Knoll
visited a garden centre in Brent Knoll along with Native Americans
and horses over the Bank Holiday Weekend to help raise funds for
A Wild West re-enactment took place at Sanders Garden World
and proceeds from the event will be donated to Help for Heroes
and the Special Needs Activity Project (SNAP).
Peter Burks, General Manager of Sanders Garden World, told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"Our re-enactment event was a great success. The Wild West
is a greatly romanticised period of American history that captivates
the imagination of adults and children alike."
"Families that visited the event were able to get involved
and experience a little of what life was like in Western America
during the 19th century."
"Proceeds from the event will be donated to Help for Heroes
and the Special Needs Activity Project (SNAP). At the moment were
still counting the funds collected."
The Boots & Saddles Western Re-enactment & Living History
Club based in Somerset, which did the re-enactment at the garden
centre, aims to raise money for charity while providing people
with a glimpse of the Wild West.