Burnham-On-Sea's Jubilee fun day hailed a success by organisers
crowds flocked to a Jubilee Fun Day at Burnham-On-Sea's BAY Centre
on Monday afternoon (June 4th).
event, pictured here, saw scores of activities, games and music
acts laid on to mark the Diamond Jubilee.
Gymnastics Club and the Coastal Cloggers were among the many local
groups performing at the event.
were also many traditional activities, including egg and spoon
racing, and live music from local acts.
torchbearer Tony Deahl was also in attendance, letting youngsters
see and touch his torch and have their photo taken with it.
Tanya Dyer told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We would like to say
a big thank you to everyone who attended - it was great to see
so many people, both adults and children alike, from the local
community coming together and enjoying themselves."
is exactly what we wanted to achieve - it was a fantastic day.
Without the efforts of those who so generously gave their support,
time, talents and equipment this would have been impossible so
many thanks to all of them."
displays from local groups were fantastic and showed just a small
portion of the fabulous things that are happening everyday in
Burnham and Highbridge, with many unsung heroes working tirelessly
behind the scenes to make it a better place for all."
a great place to be and it was good to be able to celebrate this
as well the Queens Diamond Jubilee. We have also raised funds
to put back into the community."
Elswood from the BAY Centre said the event had been "a great
success - everyone had a wonderful afternoon". All those
who supported the event and attended were thanked. Burnham's Mayor,
Ken Smout, also called in to present the BAY Centre with a certificate
to thank them for their community work.