good causes benefit from lodge's £2,400 donations
than £2,400 has been handed to several Burnham-On-Sea groups
this week following fundraising by the town's Moose Lodge.
presented the money to three good causes, having raised the money
during recent fundraising events.
was given to the Freewheelers blood bikes after a recent successful
fundraising holistic weekend.
was handed to the BAY Centre's roof repair fund following the
recent Rock and Chips fundraiser at Burnham's Princess Theatre
and Arts Centre.
£1,000 was given to Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance, raised
during the group's recent holistic weekend.
ambulance fund-raisers Colin Thomas and Dave Bowling received
the cheque from Moose fundraisers. Colin said: "It costs
£3,500 a day to keep the air ambulance flying, and the £1,000
will be very useful."
a ticketed coffee morning, featuring a tombola, raffle, and cake
stall was held last Friday. It was attended by Burnham's Mayor
Ken Smout, and raised further money for various local good causes.
(Top) Pictured are Air ambulance fund-raisers Colin Thomas and
Dave Bowling, Moose Governer Bryan Mudge, Ladies Circle President
Rita Harris, and Moose Secretary Laurence Lillycrop; (Centre)
Pictured are governor Bryan Mudge, BAY Chairman Julia Elswood,
event organiser Terry Cornelius, and Dot Anderson; (Above) Barbara
Thorogood, Mayor Ken Smout, Dot Anderson, Carolyn Mudge, and Junior
Vice-Governor Greg Fear.