in Burnham celebrate Queen's accession
60 people attended a special church service in Burnham-On-Sea
on Monday (February 6th) to celebrate the 60th anniversary of
the Queen's accession to the throne.
Andrew's Church held the brief service, which was accompanied
by a peal of bells and followed by a loyal toast (pictured above).
Graham Witts told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "In these days of bad
news about self serving bankers, it is a good time to reflect
on the public service and life of our monarch."
was on Febuary 6th 1952 that the accession took place. This marks
what I hope will be a wonderful few months of celebration in the
area concluding with the jubilee events organised by our Town
service lasted ten minutes and included prayers from the original
and Highbridge will be holding a number of Queen's Jubilee events
this June, as we featured here.