January 10, 2011
and Highbridge groups share £3,000 grants windfall
More than 20 groups and charities in Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge
have this week received grant donations from the town council.
Burnham's Mayor Michael Clarke handed out cheques amounting to
over £3,000 to the organisations on Monday evening (January
10th) during the council's annual grant presentation.
are delighted to provide some financial help to these community
groups in Burnham and Highbridge," said the Mayor.
recepients incide Highbridge
and Burnham Carnival Committee £200,
Highbridge Festival of Arts £200,
Highbridge Football Club £75, The
Shed Youth Club £100, Monarchs
Camera Club £50, Sedgemoor
Community Partnership £100, Coastline
and Windows Carers Group £150.
benefiting were BEES £200, Burnham-On-Sea
Disabled Swimmers £200, Burnham United Juniors £75,
Childrens Centre £100, Burnham
Neighbourhood Watch £50,
Titans Amateur Boxing £170, Burnham
and Highbridge Choral Society £150, Weston
Hospice Care £200, Rosewood
Action Team £50,
Vale of Avalon £200, 1st
Burnham Scouts Group £150, Sedgemoor Play Day £200,
Centre £160, BOS
and Highbridge Sea Cadets £150, Burnham
Flutation Group £150 and BOS
and Highbridge Army Cadets £150.
The money comes from council funds and cash raised at November's
fireworks night collection.