and Highbridge Poppy Appeal is off to a great start
and Highbridge's MP supported the towns' Poppy Appeal on Saturday
(November 4th) by selling poppies at a local supermarket.
James Heappey helped to sell poppies to shoppers at Burnham-On-Sea's
Tesco store as the town's Royal British Legion annual appeal is
now well underway.
and local groups, such as Burnham-On-Sea Army Cadets and Burnham
Sea Cadets, are collecting in local supermarkets, alongside a team
year's appeal was launched at Burnham-On-Sea Pavilion last Saturday
by Mayor Cllr Bill Hancock, accompanied by Royal British Legion
organisers and Pavilion manager Louise Parkin, right.
Pavilion is selling poppies and collecting for the appeal in the
lead up to Remembrance Day on Sunday November 12th.
Ruth Crosby told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The Poppy Appeal has
got off to a great start in Burnham and Highbridge and we thank
all the collectors and local supporters for their support."
year, the Poppy
appeal in Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge raised over £28,000
and it's hoped a similar or larger amount will be collected this