Pirate Fun Day enjoyed on Burnham-On-Sea beach
of people attended a pirate-themed family fun day in Burnham-On-Sea
on Saturday (July 27th).
family event was held at Marine Cove and on the town's beach next
to The Pavillion.
fancy dress competition for the best dressed pirates was well
supported with plenty of colourful costumes - and there were also
pirate-themed games, fun workshops for children, face painting,
'Mo the Bubble Man' and to keep everyone entertained.
was a great day - there was plenty of support for the Pirate School,
Treasure Hunt and our beach activities which proved a lot of fun,"
one of the organisers, Ian Jefferies, told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
Mayor, Martin Cox, and Sedgemoor District Council Chairman Peter
Downing dropped in during the day to give their support to the
event's sponsors and supporters included Burnham Lions, BIARS,
Burnham Dreamscheme, the Friends of Marine Cove, The Sweet Shack,
The Pavilion and Bessies Sweet Shoppe.
day began with a Pirate School in Burnham's Marine Cove gardens
bubbles provided plenty of fun during the afternoon
dress costume boys winners Aaron, Cameron and Oliver with Louise
dress costume girls winners Ellie, Connie and Amelia with Louise
treasure hunt winners with organisers Pete Strong and Ian Jefferies
the bubble man entertained the youngsters on the beach...
with his giant bubbles on the beach near the Pavilion
of the helpers, Dave Ilsley, in pirate custome with Councillor
Leader John Alexander and, right, Gaynor Brown
pirate-themed treasure seeking competition was set up in Marine