lanterns to be distributed in Burnham-On-Sea this month
and Highbridge Town Council is to distribute almost 120 lanterns
to town centre businesses and residents this month as a part of
their build-up to Christmas.
Town Council ran a campaign during September here
when it offered all town centre businesses and residents the opportunity
to have a lantern as part of its so-called 'Frostival' celebration.
Centre Manager Bev Miner Simonds, pictured, said: "We
have had a great response to the offer of the lantern this Christmas
and we will be handing them out on Tuesday 17th November at the
library in Princess Street."
you can't make it along on that day they will then be available
to collect from the Town Council offices in Jaycroft Road."
is a simple way to bring together the town centre's many businesses
and the residents over the festive period and I am pleased we
have had such a high take-up rate in this first year."
is a part of the broader 'Frostival' celebrations which will begin
with Burnham Chamber of Trade's Christmas
lights switch-on on Saturday 21st November.
'Frostival' leaflets have been distributed which promote the wide
variety of events that are on in the town and the entertainment
that has been booked for every weekend by the council.