'welcome banners' unveiled in Burnham-On-Sea spring clean
new banners have been unveiled at two derelict sites in Burnham-On-Sea
in a bid to make the town centre more welcoming.
'welcome to Burnham-on-Sea' banners have been introduced by the
Town Council on hoardings at the former Tuckers Garage in Victoria
Street, pictured above, and outside the former Morrisons store
in Pier Street.
comes after the Town Council recently made a decision to go ahead
with a 'spring clean', overseen by Burnham's Town Centre Manager.
Town Projects Committee has offered businesses to remove, for
free, redundant brackets and clean gutters, install more flag
pole brackets, re-hang the bunting and address the two large hoardings,"
said Bev Milner Simonds.
thought it wise to use the same artwork as they had previously
commissioned for the town map and planters in the town centre.
The artistic coat of arms style illustration is intended to be
bright, welcoming and representative of this seaside town. Thank
you to the two building owners for permission granted."
clean-up work is currently ongoing in Burnham town centre. The
artwork was produced by Burnham artist Juliet Farnese.
banner outside Burnham's former Morrisons store in Pier Street
of the banners has been added by the council to Lynton Road car
humorous new tourism town logo introduced on the Burnham banners