Hillview Carnival Club seeks more helpers as build starts
Hillview Carnival Club has this week begun building their cart
from their new home in Highbridge and an appeal has been issued
for more helpers.
volunteers have started to strip down last year's float in order
to decorate it during their special 40th anniversary year.
first reported here,
Terry Rickards, the owner of Burnham Waste, recently gave the
go-ahead for the club to use a large sheltered area on his site
in Highbridge to build the entry.
Bishop, Hillview's Chairman, told Burnham-On-Sea.com this week:
"We're delighted to get the building work underway at our
very keen to hear from any former members who would like to help
us build the entry in this special year or newcomers who would
like to get involved. We particularly need carpenters and people
that can help with building work."
will be a tight schedule to get it all done in time and we need
as many helpers as possible."
club's work has been delayed while it desperately searched for
a new location to build the entry, having previously been based
at Woodberry Brothers & Haines.
can get in touch with the club via Burnham-On-Sea.com here.
Several members of the Hillview team at the club's new base for
building its cart this week