'Rock and chips' concert raises over £800 for Burnham charities
£800 was raised for charities in the Burnham-On-Sea area
during a fundraising concert at the town's Princess Theatre on
Saturday (July 7th).
capacity audience attended the 'Rock and Chips' event at the theatre,
organised by Burnham's Moose International Lodge.
event featured music from popular band Kyotie, plus table-served
fish and chips supplied by a local chip shop.
enthusiastic audience were not disappointed. Kyotie played to
a capacity audience who sat at tables arranged cabaret style,"
organiser Terry Cornelius told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
extra treat was a short set from talented local vocalist Bruce
Hudson, at the end of the refreshments break.
result was a profit of almost £800 to be shared between
the BAY Centre Roof Fund and local Moose charities.
added: "This was an amazing night. The bar was kept busy
for most of the evening, and we have raised a lot of money for
From top, Kyotie on stage from the rear balcony of the Princess
auditorium; Organiser Terry Cornelius with BAY Centre Chair Julia
Elswood; Moose Ladies Circle members Jenny Dolan, Dot Anderson,
Joan Hoare, Sue Loxton; and Ladies circle members Doreen Ateyo
and Pat Burge with Moose Junior Vice governor Greg Fear