July 8, 2011
photos: Burnham medical equipment charity celebrates 25th year
long-running Burnham-On-Sea charity celebrated its 25th anniversary
with a special dinner and dance earlier this week.
Burnham Community Medical Equipment Fund has given £250,000
of equipment to needy people in the area since it was formed in
To mark its first quarter century, supporters and members of
the charity gathered at Batch Farm in Lympsham for a celebratory
dinner and live music from local group The Ketones.
group's Chairman, Tom Ashton, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We
had a superb afternoon, looking back at a busy first quarter of
a century for the charity, and were very pleased to be joined
by 45 supporters."
The charity's founder member, Neville Jones, was presented with
a bottle of whisky and his wife Margo a bouquet of flowers to
thank them for their support by Mr Ashton and the charity's Carol
Pictured: (Top) Some of those who attended this week's celebratory
event; and (centre) Tom Ashton and Carol Davies with Neville Jones;
and (above) The Ketones in action (photos: Mike Lang)