Burnham's Easter Day fundraiser helps Hillview Carnival Club
fundraising 'super-gig' helped to raise hundreds of pounds for
Burnham-On-Sea's Hillview Carnival Club on Easter Sunday.
acts played more than ten hours of non-stop live music during
the special event at The Princess Theatre, organised by the team
behind Burnham's Folkfest music festival.
of people attended Sunday's event to raise cash for the town's
Hillview Carnival Club, some of whom are pictured on the right.
event got underway at 2pm with Bouncing Biscuit, before Chiller
took to the stage, followed by Big Joe Bone, Vermin, Ish Kabbible
and finished with the impressve Leylines.
Chairman Duncan Britton told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "Our thanks
go to everyone who attended - there was a super atmosphere with
plenty of support from the locals. We also thank the Folkfest
team, with a special mention to Dom Wills and Graham Cook - everyone
at Hillview is very grateful for the backing."
Chairman Dom Wills said he was pleased with how the event had
gone and added that a further event will be held at The Princess
on September 3rd for Hillview Carnival Club. He added: "Though
Folkfest is unlikely to ever happen again, the committee maintains
its commitment to the promotion of live music in Burnham."
last year that FolkFest had been axed due to a pressure on resources.
on in Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge