take part in traditional Easter race to top of Brent Knoll
of youngsters have taken part in the annual Easter run to the
top of Brent Knoll and
race is held each spring from outside the village's primary school
and this year's event saw over 50 children making their way to
the summit and back.
youngster collected a numbered lolly stick at the top of the hill
and then returned to the school where they claimed an Easter egg.
Julie Rickwood, from the school's PTA, told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"The race was very well supported again this year and we
thank everyone who helped."
event was held on the same day at the school's Easter fayre, when
a number of stalls and attractions were set up in the playground
- and there was also a visit by a rescue hovercraft from Burnham-based
The school's pupils at the start of the race, the winning youngsters
and, above, the hovercraft crew at the event