summer fayre to go ahead today as planned despite forecast
annual village fayre will go ahead as planned today (Saturday,
16th June) despite a forecast of wet weather.
met on Friday afternoon to discuss whether to postpone the event,
but they decided to proceed as planned.
event will be held between 11am and 4.30pm on the Millennium Field
(off Red Road) in the village.
activities may be moved inside the village hall, but the event
is definitely going ahead - the weather won't beat us!" co-organiser
Lynn Smith told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
fayre will include a wide range of entertainment, from police
dogs demonstration to a Zumba display, plus refreshments.
added: "This year our arena attractions will include two
birds of prey displays, with an opportunity to have your picture
taken holding a bird of prey, a police drug dogs demonstration
and a Zumba display."
will be a cake competition and an alternative dog show, Scruffs,
with classes such as The Waggiest Tail and The
Best 6 Legs (Dog and Owner)."
will be plenty of stalls selling various products together with
a beer tent, a barbecue, a café selling cream teas and
ploughmans in the Village Hall and various other food stalls."
is no entrance fee and plenty of free parking on the Red Road
Playing Fields so please come along and have a great time. We
are also holding a lucky programme draw, so fill in the back of
your programme and drop in into the box by the BBQ on the day
for a chance to win £50.00."
Fayre - which is being supported by Westcoast Properties in Burnham
- is organised by the Berrow Community Associations Entertainment
Team and all proceeds will go towards completing the refurbishment
and extension of the hall.