Over £600 has been raised at a charity’s annual summer fayre in Burnham-On-Sea.
The Kathleen Chambers RNIB home in Berrow Road held its popular fayre last week when crowds of visitors flocked to the event.
Activities included the U3A Ukelele band, cake stalls, cream teas, refreshments, bric a brac, a bottle stall, and a tombola. The event raised £662.
There was also a visit by Cllr Bill Hancock, Mayor of Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge, who met some of the residents and staff.
Home Manager Steph Cahill said: “Out thanks go for all those who helped thisn successful well attended event. The amount raised goes towards our residents’ welfare.”
Pictured: Moose International members Jim Dolan, Ron Austin and Terry Cornelius running their whisky galore dice game; Moose Ladies Circle member Yvonne Cornelius invites you to ‘play your cards right!’; Moose Ladies Circle member Doreen Atyeo with the basket of fruit in the raffle; Burnham and Highbridge Mayor Bill Hancock and Town Crier Alastair Murray with the U3A Ukelele band; Moose Ladies circle members Joyce Hill, Dorothy Austin and Shelagh Fautley running the successful cake stall; Young Taylor sporting his great facepaint.