Brean Country Club formally opened its doors to the public with a ribbon-cutting ceremony performed by a sporting VIP on Tuesday (February 12th).
The £4m venue was formally opened by John Francome, former champion Jockey and Vice Patron of the Injured Jockey Fund, a charity that Brean Leisure Park has supported for many years.
Guests, who included Burnham’s former MP Tessa Munt, were given a tour of the new facilities before a celebration lunch.
The country club serves as a venue for weddings, plus private and corporate functions, school proms, family celebrations, team building days and a wide selection of business and community events.
The £4m facilities located next to Brean Golf Club’s course feature two function suites – one with 140 seats, and another for casual dining.
The Country Club also has new facilities for golf players, with modern changing and locker rooms and a stylish new Pro shop being just some of the new additions for all to enjoy.
This new venue has created up to 15 positions from within the local area. A total investment of £4million has been made into the family-owned business that also includes the business operations of Brean Leisure Park and Holiday Resort Unity.
More details are online at www.breancountryclub.co.uk or by calling 01278 752111.