Pirates ahoy! Fun day on Burnham-On-Sea beach hailed a success
pirate-themed family fun day, held on Burnham-On-Sea beach on
Sunday (August 12th), has been hailed a success by organisers
after attracting hundreds of youngsters.
free family event was held over the course of five hours on the
sands next to The Pavilion, where entertainment included a fancy
dress competition, pirate-themed games, fun workshops, face painting,
giant bubble making and the Mudlarks community choir.
had a great day with a good turnout and plenty of support from
local people. It went so well that I'd like to make this an annual
event," one of the organisers, Ian Jefferies, told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
the visitors taking part in the day were MP Tessa Munt, who tried
her hand at giant bubble making, and Burnham County Councillor
Peter Burridge-Clayton, pictured above, who came dressed for the
Colcutt with her two children, Will and Nate, enjoying the event
Pavilion's Louise Parkin and staff got into the spirit of the
Tessa Munt tried her hand at giant bubble making during the afternoon
Mudlarks Community Choir did a great job with musical entertainment
man' Mo Hunt filled the air with thousands of bubbles
John Alexander with one of the many youngsters who attended the
winner of the fancy dress competition, Lomond Bradley, during