Burnham’s BARB Search & Rescue held a successful open day and fundraising hovercraft pull on Saturday (April 11th).
A stream of visitors called in at the seafront charity, which operates two hovercrafts and an inshore rescue boat, during the day-long event.
Mayor Martin Cox and Town Crier Alistair Murray opened the event, as pictured below. It started with a fundraising hovercraft pull by crewmembers through the town centre.
“Our thanks go to all those people who supported us through the day,” said a spokesman. “The event was held to raise seaside safety awareness and also give visitors a chance to see our hovercrafts up close and meet our dedicated volunteer crewmembers.”
Mayor Martin Cox and Town Crier Alistair Murray started off the hovercraft pull
Among the visitors was Tessa Munt during a break in her election campaigning