July 18, 2011
Club delivers financial boost to Burnham's
Burnham-On-Sea Rotary Club has given the town's Octopus Centre
a cash boost this week to help it buy new play equipment.
The group's Frank Clegg, Immediate past President of Burnham
Rotary Club, presented a cheque for £500 to Rachel Bailey,
cluster manager for the North Sedgemoor Children's Centre Cluster
of which the Octopus Centre is a part.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "This is a wonderful gift which
will be used to purchase some much-needed equipment including
additional play equipment, particularly large farm animals and
a farm, together with some brightly coloured mats and cushions
to help keep the environment bright and cheerful."
Hugh Mackay, Chairman of the Octopus Children's Centre Advisory
Board, added that the centre was very grateful for the Rotary
Pictured: Hugh Mackay, Chairman of the Octopus Children's
Centre Advisory Board, with Frank Clegg, Immediate past President
of Burnham Rotary Club, and Rachel Bailey, cluster manager for
the North Sedgemoor Children's Centre Cluster