50 Burnham shops to open late for Christmas shopping evening
50 shops across Burnham-On-Sea will be opening late when a special
Christmas shopping evening is held this Thursday (December 5th)
alongside festive entertainment.
Chamber of Trade has organised the initiative to give shoppers
an opportunity to visit the town's shops and help independent
will be able to enjoy festive music from local groups Curtain
Call and the Mudlarks Community Choir in Victoria Street and the
High Street during the evening.
Christmas will also be dropping by, courtesy of Burnham Lions,
with gifts and there will also be mulled wine and other festive
taking part in the evening include Bessie's Sweet Shoppe; Flowers
n Things; Sentiments; Bastins; Truckles; MI Games; Peacocks; S&A
Linens; Material Needs; Julian's; Home Hardware; New Look; Hurley's
Toys; Hurley's News; Aniqa; Superdrug; Inspirations; Sweet Shack;
£1 shop; Fonehouse; Antony James; Caboodle; Indoor Market;
Heape's; Sea Breeze; Scott's; KDS Interiors; Grandma's Attic;
Burnham Mobility; Kyffins; Burnham Stationers; Toycupboard; Brooks
& Son; AOB; With Love; IM Tools; and Stitch Up. The shops
will open until 8pm.
open late will include Mr Beans; Costa; Crafty Teacup; Coffee
Corner; Subway; and FryDays.
Other services open late include Waves & Shades; Saxons;
Blackrock Vets; Fresh Hair; C J Hole; N Hance; Belle Vie Beauty;
Hair of the Dog; Bet Fred; Specsavers.
And businesses open late as usual will include Taste of the
Orient; Chandni; Superchips; Somerset & Dorset; The Railway;
Victoria Hotel; Shah; Zalshah; La Vela; and The Reed's Arms.
Chamber spokesman told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We hope that
traders and local people will support the evening and give Burnham
a boost during the busy Christmas shopping period."
are keen to encourage shoppers into the town centre during the
run-up to Christmas and this special event will bring a real festive
feel to Burnham."
can still sign up to join the event by contacting Burnham's Chamber
of Trade by email
here so they can be promoted on the night.
Top, traders and Chamber of Trade members in Burnham preparing
for Thursday's event (pic Mike Lang) and, above, the High Street's
Burnham Chamber of Trade website