Today's Burnham-On-Sea news
A Burnham-On-Sea charity has launched a new online fundraising push after seeing a 50% increase in the number of enquiries during the pandemic.
CJ Hole has been independently identified as one of the top estate agents in the country.
Somerset is scheduled to find out on Thursday (November 26th) in which tier it will be placed following the announcement on the Government’s coronavirus Winter Plan.
Sedgemoor District Council has opened its ‘Additional Restrictions Grants (ARG) Scheme’ to support more of the businesses affected by the latest limitations on trading during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Proposals to create a new £300,000 heritage centre in Burnham-On-Sea were given backing by town councillors at a meeting last night (Monday).
The team at Burnham-On-Sea’s Day Lewis Pharmacy are celebrating this week after beating 400 pharmacies across the UK to be named ‘Pharmacy Team of the Year.’
A student from Highbridge's King Alfred School Academy has been awarded a place at a world-renowned college.
Six members of staff at Puriton Primary School have tested positive for Covid-19, leading to its closure.
Plans to introduce a new speed limit of 40mph along a dangerous section of the A370 between Burnham-On-Sea and Weston have been welcomed.
Beaches in Burnham-On-Sea and Brean were busy during the weekend as dry weather encouraged people out for socially-distanced walks amid the ongoing lockdown.
The Court Service has issued fines of more than £100,000 to people who have failed to pay a fixed penalty notice for breaches of Covid-19 legislation across Somerset.
Sedgemoor District Council has announced that parking in its Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge car parks will be free of charge on three Saturdays during the run-up to Christmas.
Sedgemoor Crematorium is taking steps to ensure everyone has the chance to feel festive this Christmas during these uncertain times.
Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge have lit up their town centres for Christmas this weekend.
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Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge’s Christmas lights switch-on has taken place online today (Saturday).
Further new cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed across Somerset in the latest daily figures, announced on Saturday (November 21st).
A Somerset Charity Fundraising song has been released to help male victims of domestic abuse recognise they are not alone.
A new initiative is being launched to create a network of volunteers to help people in Somerset get the latest advice about Covid-19 and ensure residents stay as happy and healthy as possible in these difficult times.
Dozens of residents in Berrow are still without internet access after a car crashed into a roadside exchange box last weekend.
The landlord of Burnham-On-Sea's Victoria Hotel has thanked the community for their support in giving enough funds for a new Christmas tree to be bought.
Burnham-On-Sea Coastguards have this week said goodbye to one of their long-running team members who has decided to step down.
Burnham-On-Sea's Hillview Carnival Club will be helping Santa Claus tour the town's streets this Christmas for charity - socially-distanced and with extra Covid safety measures in place.
Hinkley Point B nuclear power station near Burnham-On-Sea will be closed down within the next two years.
Supermarket giant Morrisons is returning to Burnham-On-Sea next month, it has been confirmed this week. The company is opening a new mini-convenience store inside Burnham's...
Police say the sad discovery of a man's body in Burnham-On-Sea on Thursday (November 19th) is not being treated as suspicious.
A historic 300-year building in Lympsham has gone on sale this week at £1.1million.