More than £1,200 was raised for charity during a Burnham-On-Sea pub’s annual street party on Sunday evening (August 27th).

The Somerset and Dorset’s annual street party attracted large crowds of revelers to the southern end of the High Street where music from a Brian Adams tribute group boomed out across the town.

The High Street was closed for the evening to allow a huge lorry to move into position and become the stage. The seven-hour event also featured a barbecue, raffle, stalls and tombola.

Pete Rodden, the pub’s Bar Manager, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: “It was a very well attended event. We were extremely busy during the evening. Everyone had a great time and really enjoyed it.”

Organiser Ali Sutton added: “We’re all delighted with the final sum. A huge £1,202.15 was raised for our Local Emergency Services group, which allocates money to local good causes.”

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