February 27, 2011
Knoll fundraising day raises £670 for marines charity
of fundraising in Brent Knoll raised more than £650 for
marines and their families on Saturday (February 26th).
The Wrinkly Rappers performed their unique line-up of rap music
and Burnham's Bubbling Springs Tai Chi group held a morning of
demonstrations in the big top circus tent at Sanders Garden World.
Collections were made on behalf of Go Commando, a Taunton-based
charity that provides support for marines and their families.
it was also expected that a number of marines and their families
would arrive at the circus in a fleet of classic cars, this fell
through at the last minute.
Bridgwater's Army Cadets and Burnham's Mayor and Mayoress, Michael
and Maria Clarke, were on hand to give their support to the event
and to organiser Allan Roberts.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The tai chi demonstrations and
Wrinkly Rappers went down a storm in the morning and there were
over 100 people to watch. I was disappointed that the marines
and their families were unable to join us in the afternoon as
planned, but we were pleased to raise £670 for Go Commando,
which was a good result."
20 members of Burnham's Bubbling Springs Tai Chi group held several
demonstrations in the big top circus tent
Springs were on top form at the event on Saturday
Wrinkly Rappers entertained the audience with their repertoire