community events board unveiled outside Burnham's B&M store
new noticeboard promoting local events has been installed outside
a Burnham-On-Sea supermarket thanks to the work of two community
Men's Sheds group - who share tools and resources to undertake
practical, hands-on projects in a friendly, inclusive environment
- has teamed up with BOS Events to unveil the new noticeboard outside
B&M in Burnham's Pier Street.
Brown from BOS Events told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "As the first
project for our new Mens Shed group, this is a real asset
to the town."
Morrisons closed, BOS Events was given the use of the advertising
board on the corner. This year we have been given permission to
put up our own board by B M and we will manage it. Our thanks go
to B&M for permitting this."
added: "The board will advertise free events only in Burnham.
Any group wanting to advertise here can send their poster to me
for printing and laminating and posting on the board."
fly posting will be removed as weve promised the board will
be kept tidy and clean."
and Robert have responded to our request with such speed that it
took us by surprise. It is lovely to once again have somewhere where
people can go to find out whats going on and somewhere where
events can get some exposure at no cost. With posters banned in
town and the Tesco boards not in the obvious places to see, this
board is a real blessing and I hope it gets well used."
for the board can be sent by email in Word or JPEG format to firstname.lastname@example.org.
events can also be promoted online free of charge here on Burnham-On-Sea.com
by contacting us here.
Mick and Ian from B&M with Ian, Gaynor, Jane from BOS Events
besides the new noticeboard at Burnham-On-Sea's B&M store