Burnham-On-Sea's Party In The Park attracts record audience
1,000 people headed to Burnham-On-Sea's Manor Gardens on Sunday
(May 8th) for the first free outdoor music event of the year.
Mayor and Mayoress, Michael and Maria Clark, pictured above with
Cllr Andy Bewer, were among the crowds enjoying Party In The Park
on the hottest
day of the year so far.
afternoon of Spring sunshine attracted record crowds
for over five hours of free music
featuring several popular local groups.
The live acts included Daft Folk, Phil King, as he launched his
new album, plus Bouncing Biscuit, Ben and Toby with their Jersey
Boys act, Sam Patten, and Nick and Emily.
Mike Murphy from CADS, the Burnham and Highbridge Cultural Arts
and Development Society, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The weather
was superb - we couldn't have asked for a better afternoon. It
got the music season off to a great start."
next CADS event will be Jazz in the Park on Sunday June 5th, followed
by Picnic in the Park on July 3rd, and Highbridge Music Fest at
the Recreation Park in Highbridge on Sunday August 7th.
The scenes at the event (pics Mike Lang & Burnham-On-Sea.com)
on in Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge