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Burnham and Highbridge medical centres speak out on GP illness
HIGHBRIDGE Medical Centre has reassured patients that it is still offering both emergency on-the-day and non-emergency appointments - and Burnham and Berrow Medical Centre has said it "is working hard to minimise disruption. More...

West Huntspill Show turns 80!
WEST Huntspill Flower, Vegetable and Craft Show returns for a very special event today (Saturday). It is the 80th show this year and the organisers are hoping for a bumper turnout at the Balliol Hall. The show will by opened at 2pm by the Mayor of Burnham & Highbridge. More...

MP supports homelessness bid
BURNHAM-On-Sea's MP has this week welcomed the government's aim of ending homelessness by 2027. James Heappey says he has "enthusiastically supported" the Homelessness Reduction Act in Parliament. He says the matter is 'challenging'. More...

Bank Holiday fete set to return
BURNHAM
-On-Sea's traditional August Bank Holiday Monday summer fete is to be 'bigger than ever' when it returns to the town's Manor Gardens. The event - run by community group Burnham Events Social Team - will be held from 11am-4pm on August 27th. More...

Quiz nights raise over £6,000
OVER £6,000 has been raised this year for local good causes from weekly quiz nights held at Burnham-On-Sea's Ritz Social Club. The club in Victoria Street is now calling on community groups to come forward to book quiz nights during the coming year. More...

Concern at plans for 47 homes
CONCERN has been expressed this week over plans for a controversial new housing development of 47 homes in Highbridge. Land to the north of Walrow in Walrow Road, Highbridge could be transformed into a mixture of new flats and houses if the plans are approved. More...

Police station escapes cuts
BURNHAM-On-Sea Police station has escaped a new round of cost-cutting across the region. From 3rd September, the opening hours of several police enquiry offices are changing following a review of the service. Several stations are having hours reduced. More...

Buzzard rescued from sewage
ANIMAL carers at Secret World Wildlife Rescue found out that caring for wildlife is not always glamorous after rescuing a buzzard which became trapped in a sewage pit. Laura Benfield and Jade Robuffo, both resident animal carers at the charity, drew the short straw. More...

Rescue services day preview
DOZENS of emergency services from across the West Country will be gathering on Burnham-On-Sea's seafront this Sunday (August 19th) for the town's annual rescue services day. Scores of displays and demonstrations will be held on the seafront and beach from 10am. More...

A-Levels success for school
SIXTH form students at Highbridge's King Alfred School are this week celebrating an outstanding set of A-Level results. Pupils opened the envelopes containing their eagerly-awaited results at the school on Thursday (August 16th). More...

Break-ins hit local village halls
VILLAGE halls in the Burnham-On-Sea area have been urged to step up their security after two local break-ins this week. Mark Village Hall was broken into during the early hours of Monday (August 13th) and a quantity of cash was stolen from the bowling club. More...

Jet ski safety warning issued
JET skiers have this week been urged to abide by strict safety rules in place for operating their machines in Burnham-On-Sea. A number of rules are enforced around Burnham jetty to ensure the safety of swimmers, paddlers and boat users using the water. More...

Abandoned baby deer rescued
A NEWBORN red deer calf, found abandoned by the side of the road, is set to make a full recovery thanks to Burnham-On-Sea animal care specialists at Secret World Wildlife Rescue. The deer was found collapsed and crying for its mother at the side of a road. More...

Do you recognise this man?
BURNHAM-On-Sea and Highbridge residents have this week been asked by Police whether they recognise the man in this CCTV image. Police have issued the photo of a man they want to identify as part of their investigation into several fraud cases.
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GP sickness hits doctor surgery
BURNHAM-On-Sea and Berrow Medical Centre patients will only be able to see their doctor in emergencies this week due to GP illness. The centre in Burnham's Love Lane told patients on Wednesday (August 15th) that they will not be taking appointments this week.
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Artist's work goes on show
BURNHAM-On-Sea's Princess Theatre is to hold an exhibition of paintings by a local artist from Lympsham. Margaret Riordan's artwork will be on show as a small exhibition in the Café at The Princess Theatre from Tuesday 21st August to 15th September.
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New Italian restaurant to open
A NEW Italian restaurant is set to open in Burnham-On-Sea town centre this week. 'Buonissimo' will open in Burnham's College Street in place of Sinatra's Wine Bar, which closed in July. A spokesman says: "We will be a family-run restaurant." More...

Hotel revamp given big boost
THE long-awaited multi-million pound redevelopment of the Highbridge Hotel site has taken a major step forward this week. YMCA Somerset Coast confirmed on Tuesday that it has awarded the building contract for the Highbridge Hotel to a lcoal firm. More...

Water vole rescued on beach
BURNHAM-On-Sea animal carers at Secret World Wildlife Rescue have successfully rescued and released a poorly water vole. The charity came to the water vole’s help earlier this month after it was found collapsed and exhausted by a beach warden in Burnham. More...

Urgent care service to launch
BURNHAM-On-Sea patients who become ill overnight or need urgent medical advice, support or treatment can expect to receive more responsive and joined-up urgent care services from early next year. Somerset CCG has awarded a contract to Devon Doctors. More...

Archer's on target for success
A YOUNG Burnham-On-Sea archery enthusiast is celebrating success this week after winning several top medals at a national competition. Darragh Joyce, 13, who is a member of the Burnham Company of Archers, took part in the Archery GB Youth Festival. More...

Aldi store to open next week
HIGHBRIDGE'S new Aldi supermarket is set to open next week, the firm has confirmed. Signs have been installed outside the new supermarket on the Isleport Business Park, just off Bennett Road, revealing the opening date as next Thursday, August 23rd. More...

Plan will 'bring real benefits'
PEOPLE living in Burnham and Highbridge are being urged by the Town Council and Burnham Without Parish Council to have their say next month on the Neighbourhood Plan, which it says will deliver 'big local benefits'. Residents will have a referendum on September 20th. More...

Desserts van draws big queues
HUNDREDS of Burnham-On-Sea residents queued up to buy amazing ice cream creations from The 'King of Desserts' when he made an unscheduled appearance in the town on Monday evening (August 13th). Mr Tee's King of Desserts van tours around Britain. More...

High tides warning is issued
STRONG onshore winds combined with a high tide to create blustery sea conditions in Burnham-On-Sea on Monday evening (August 13th). A series of high summer tides are being seen along the coastline in Burnham, Brean and Berrow throughout this week. More...

Rainbow Run hailed a success
SCORES of runners took part in a colourful fundraising run for charity on Burnham-On-Sea beach on Sunday (August 12th). Organised by Burnham RNLI, the RNLI Rainbow Run was held next to the town's jetty and saw the participants covered in clouds of dry paint! More...

Eating disorder support plea
A BURNHAM-On-Sea woman who is battling with an eating disorder says not enough support is available in Somerset for others like her. Vanessa Holbrow - known to many local people as Ness - made the headlines earlier this year when she won at Crufts. More...

Photos: Horticultural Show
HUNDREDS of colourful flowers went on display at Burnham-On-Sea and District Horticultural Society's annual summer show on Saturday (August 11th). The popular show, which is now in its fifth decade, was held at Burnham-On-Sea Community Centre in Berrow Road. More...

New cafe opens on seafront
THE grand opening of a new cafe on Burnham-On-Sea's seafront took place on Saturday. The opening of the new Round Tower Café on the North Esplanade was performed by Burnham's Mayor, Cllr Bill Hancock, who cut a formal ribbon. More...

Dementia care firm is praised
A BURNHAM-On-Sea dementia care firm has been praised and rated as 'good' by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). A new report praises Dementia Care TLC, which is based in Victoria Street above Burnham's former Natwest Bank Chambers. More...

Monster trucks show returns
A WEEKLY daredevil stunt show involving high-flying trucks and vehicles is underway at Brean Leisure Park this month. The action-packed Scott May Daredevil Stunt Show includes monster trucks, car-crushing action, motorcycle stunts and fire tricks. More...

Photo exhibition opens in town
BURNHAM-On-Sea's St Andrew's Church is hosting an exhibition of photography by members of the town's Camera Club this summer. The exhibition has opened this week and runs until Friday 14th September, each day from 11am to 4pm. More...

MP visits town centre business
BURNHAM-On-Sea's MP has visited the owners of a town cafe to discuss the business climate in the town. James Heappey visited George Eckford and Zena Driver, owners of Coffee Corner in Abingdon Street. They recently emailed James’ office to invite him to visit. More...

Town greengrocer wins award
A BURNHAM-On-Sea town centre greengrocer is celebrating after winning a top regional award this week. Gardiner-Whites in Burnham High Street has received a gold 'Taste of the West' award for being one of the region's best specialist retailers in the south west. More...

133 drink driving arrests made
133 people have been arrested for drink and drug driving during a month-long crackdown by Police for their summer 'Operation Tonic' road safety campaign. Of those arrested, 74 people have been charged and a further 30 have been released under investigation. More...

Hinkley sewage plans revealed
LOCAL people can have their say on plans to build a new sewage treatment plant at Hinkley Point C power station near Burnham-On-Sea which will see up to 1,150 cubic metres of treated sewage being pumped into the Severn Estuary every day. More...

Sky dive boosts charity funds
A STAFF member at Highbridge's Asda store has raised more than £500 after taking part in a skydive for the mental health charity MIND. Leia Smith, 18, has worked in the store for two years, and fellow staff members at the store have supported her all the way. More...

Inaugural tea dance to be held
BURNHAM-On-Sea's Princess Theatre is to hold its inaugural tea dance this Sunday afternoon. Organised by The Friends of the Princess, the event is set to be the first of several regular Tea Dances run as fundraisers for the theatre. More...

Burnham flower show today!
BURNHAM-On-Sea and District Horticultural Society's annual summer show returns today (Saturday) for a special event in its 51st year. Hundreds of flowers and other entries will go on display at the traditional show, to be held at Burnham Community Centre. More...

Referendum countdown begins
THE countdown has begun to a referendum being held on the Burnham and Highbridge area Neighbourhood Development Plan this autumn. 16,434 residents will be able to vote on 20th September to decide whether the proposed local Neighbourhood Plan is adopted. More...

'GPs must be veteran friendly'
BURNHAM MP James Heappey is encouraging local GP practices to become veteran friendly following the announcement of NHS England’s new national scheme, which was unveiled this week. The Military Veteran Aware Accreditation has been adopted by NHS England. More...

Seafront flowers in full bloom
FLOWER beds along Burnham-On-Sea's seafront are in full summer bloom, thanks to the district council. Sedgemoor District Council’s Clean Surroundings Team said this week that it plants over 46,000 plants across the district to make the area look 'blooming lovely'. More...

Police issue e-fit photo appeal
BURNHAM-On-Sea Police have released this E-fit image of a man they want to identify following a distraction burglary in Highbridge. The incident happened in the Highbridge area at about 10.30am on July 7th. The man claimed to be from British Gas to gain entry. More...

Play area to get £8k upgrade
A BURNHAM-On-Sea public play area is set to be given a £8,000 upgrade by Sedgemoor District Council this autumn. Crosses Penn play area, which is located in Westfield Road next to Burnham's Manor Gardens, will get new modern play equipment valued at £8,080. More...

Gypsy travellers site to expand
PROPOSALS for a change of use of land to extend an existing gypsy and traveller caravan site to provide additional accommodation in East Huntspill have been approved over the past week. The extra space is for two mobile homes and three touring caravan pitches. More...

50 attend meeting on changes
AROUND 50 people attended a Berrow Parish Council meeting this week to hear about changes for walkers accessing the golf course. Local residents flocked to Tuesday's meeting to hear the discussion about Berrow residents having the freedom to walk anywhere. More...

Author to hold free storytime
A BURNHAM-On-Sea children's author is to hold a free storytime session in the town's library this month. Ann Poole - who launched her second book called Field Friends earlier this year - will be at Burnham-On-Sea Library in Princess Street on August 16th. More...

Hoax 999 calls warning issued
PARAMEDICS from South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) are reminding parents in the Burnham-On-Sea area to keep an eye on their mobile phones during the school holidays after the service has received a number of 999 prank calls. More...

Balfour wins Hinkley contract
BALFOUR Beatty has secured a deal with National Grid to provide electrical cabling at the Hinkley Point C nuclear plant near Burnham-On-Sea. The contractor will deliver the cabling works contract to connect the power station’s new reactor to the grid. More...

Lady injured in freak accident
AN air ambulance landed on Brean beach on Tuesday to help an injured horse rider after she was kicked in the chest and face by her horse. Brean's beachwarden raised the alarm at 4.30pm, and Burnham-On-Sea Coastguards, a land ambulance and air ambulance
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Cygnets saved by charity
A PAIR of cygnets, abandoned by their parents last week, are set to make a full recovery after being rescued by wildlife carers from Burnham-On-Sea. The two baby swans were found on their own in Weare, nine miles away from Secret World Wildlife Rescue's rescue centre
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Paper planes event takes off!
HUNDREDS of paper aeroplanes are expected to take to the air in Burnham-On-Sea on Bank Holiday Sunday as the 4th World Paper Aeroplane Championship returns to the town centre. Jets, gliders and even the odd stealth bomber are expected to be crafted. More...

Outdoor film comes to Brean
WITH the exceptional warm and dry summer set to continue, Holiday Resort Unity and Brean Leisure Park are holding several outdoor summer events. Two outdoor cinema screenings will be held on the field at the Leisure Park, featuring 'The Greatest Showman'. More...

Golf course fire 'deliberate'
FIRE investigators believe a huge blaze that destroyed over five acres of grassland next to Burnham-On-Sea and Berrow's golf course on Sunday was deliberately set. Devon and Somerset Fire Service's lead officer says he believes the incident was deliberate
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MP welcomes cannabis ruling
BURNHAM-On-Sea MP James Heappey has this week welcomed the news that cannabis-derived medicinal products will soon be available on prescription from clinicians without a Home Office license. Mr Heappey says several constituents have needed the medicine. More...

Speedwatch campaign starts
A WEEK-long campaign to target irresponsible and dangerous drivers on roads across Somerset, including in the Burnham-On-Sea area, is underway. Speed enforcement week is part of a European wide coordinated TISPOL speed enforcement campaign. More...

Crews rescue sheep from mud
BURNHAM-On-Sea and Cheddar firefighters have rescued a sheep stuck in mud. Crews from Burnham-On-Sea and Cheddar were called out at 3.35pm to a report of the animal stranded in mud near Huntspill Nature Reserve. Upon arrival crews donned dry suits. More...

Police plea after arson incident
BURNHAM-On-Sea Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident in Highbridge earlier this month. It happened on Thursday 2 August during the early hours of the morning at a building site in Newton Road. Four bottles of flammable liquid were thrown. More...

MP supports water quality bill
BURNHAM-On-Sea MP James Heappey has co-sponsored a new parliamentary Bill which aims to crack down on the amount of sewage entering our seas. Over the past few years, Burnham has struggled with the quality of its bathing water and Mr Heappey's working to improve it. More...

3,700m of grassland destroyed
3,700 square metres of grassland were destroyed next to Burnham-On-Sea and Berrow's golf course during a big grass fire on Sunday afternoon (August 5th) - but the golf club says it will be open as usual this week. Crews from Burnham were called. More...

Busy weekend for Coastguards
BURNHAM-On-Sea Coastguards had a busy weekend of call-outs amid a spate of incidents on local beaches in the ongoing good weather. Burnham Coastguards and BARB Search & Rescue were called to Burnham's beach on Sunday at 12.29pm. More...

Fire at M5 Sedgemoor Services
FIRE crews from Burnham-On-Sea were called to Sedgemoor Services on Sunday afternoon (August 4th) following reports of a small fire. Crews were called to the southbound M5 services near Burnham shortly after 2.30pm. Two fire appliances attended. More...

Wildlife fun day this week
SECRET World Wildlife Rescue in East Huntspill, near Burnham-On-Sea, is hosting a whole series of wildlife-themed events for all ages over the summer holidays. On August 8th, 15th and 22nd, the charity will host Wild and Deadly Wednesdays – a family event. More...

New dog fouling crackdown
DOG walkers in Burnham-On-Sea have this week been urged to help crackdown on fouling along the town's beaches and pavements. A fresh campaign has been launched by Litter Free Coast & Sea Somerset that urges dog owners to be responsible and 'bag it and bin it'. More...

Jim raises £800 at head shave
A BURNHAM-On-Sea fundraiser has raised hundreds of pounds for charity by having his head shaved. Jim Baker raised just over £800 for Macmillan Cancer Research, by taking part in the charity's Brave The Shave event. The event has been well supported locally. More...

Harvest home next weekend
THE village of Mark near Burnham-On-Sea is set to hold its annual harvest home on Saturday (August 11th). Mark Harvest Home Lunch is a traditional festival to celebrate a good harvest, with the tradition taking place in the village of Mark for well over 100 years. More...

Two-vehicle crash in Berrow
BURNHAM-On-Sea Police and ambulance crews were called to a crash in Berrow on Friday afternoon (August 3rd). Two cars collided near the Berrow Triangle, leaving both severely damaged, as pictured here by a reader. Several shocked occupants were helped. More...

CCTV has not halted boy racers
A NEW hi-tech CCTV camera system installed at a Burnham-On-Sea seafront car park in a bid to crackdown on the ongoing issue of ’boy racers’ has not halted the problem, say residents. Several on the South Esplanade say CCTV cameras have moved the problem. More...

Join free park treasure hunt!
THE Friends of Apex Park are inviting families to Highbridge's Apex Park to take part in a free children's Treasure Hunt during the school holidays. The Treasure Hunt will take place on Wednesday 22nd August between 11am and 1pm at Apex Park. More...

Holiday club to return to town
BURNHAM-On-Sea's Baptist Church is set to hold its annual summer holiday club later this month. The 'Team Builders Holiday Club' will run from Tuesday 28th-Friday 31st August and this year consists of four mornings of fun, crafts, games and bible stories for children. More...

Anger over Apex vandalism
'MINDLESS vandals' have again put lives at stake this week by damaging a high-tech defibrillator at Highbridge's Apex Park, just days after two break-ins at the nearby BMX Club. The life-saving Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) is critical in emergencies. More...

Shed destroyed in blaze drama
THIS is all that remains of a shed following a dramatic fire in Edithmead near Highbridge on Thursday evening (August 2nd). Burnham-On-Sea and Bridgwater fire crews were called to Bristol Road in Edithmead, Highbridge just before 6.45pm. More...

Legion group heads to Ypres
MEMBERS of the Brent Knoll branch of The Royal British Legion are to join thousands on a pilgrimage of Remembrance to a World War One battlefield that will culminate in a parade and ceremony in Ypres as part of the end of the First World War centenary commemorations. More...

New Look to close in Burnham
CLOTHING chain store New Look is to close its Burnham-On-Sea shop this autumn, it has announced this week. The store in Burnham-On-Sea's High Street will sadly be closing for the final time on September 2nd. The fashion retailer initially said the store was safe. More...

Car overturns on M5 motorway
A FAMILY had a lucky escape when their car towing a caravan overturned on the M5 between Burnham-On-Sea and Weston on Thursday (August 2nd). Part of the northbound carriageway was closed following the accident at around 1pm, as pictured here. More...

Photos: 7,000 flock to Play Day
OVER 7,000 people attended a fun-packed Play Day at Apex Park in Highbridge on Wednesday (August 1st). The ethos of Playday is to allow families to have a free day out during the summer holidays and to allow children to take part in a wide range of activities. More...

Green flags unveiled in towns
BURNHAM-On-Sea's Marine Cove gardens and Highbride's Apex Park proudly unveiled their new green flags on Thursday (August 2nd) – the sign of a quality park or green space. This international award is a sign that the space boasts the highest standards. More...

Controversial flats approved
CONTROVERSIAL plans to turn Highbridge's former Canal House site into a modern development of 29 flats have been given the final go-ahead this week despite concerns about local infrastructure and the loss of more commercial units in the town centre. More...

Toxic algae warnings remain
WARNING messages remain in place around Highbridge's Apex Park lakes after 'potentially toxic' algae was found there last week. Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge dog walkers have again been urged to stay away from the water after an outbreak of blue-green algae.
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550 new homes edge closer
MAJOR plans for a huge new development of 550 new homes with a new school and nursery in Highbridge have moved a step closer this week with the approval of the first phase of the construction work. Town councillors have this week approved an application.
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Out-of-control bonfire tackled
BURNHAM-On-Sea firefighters were called to East Huntspill on Wednesday morning to tackle an out-of-control bonfire. Crews rushed to Withy Road in East Huntspill at 8.45am where the fire was underway and in danger of spreading. One fire appliance was mobilised. More...

EDF rejects rising sea concern
THE Stop Hinkley campaign group has written to the Office for Nuclear Regulation to express concern about recent reports that the area could be heading for a sea-level rise of as much as 6 metres during the lifetime of the Hinkley Point C power station. More...

Mayor names charities of year
BURNHAM and Highbridge Mayor Bill Hancock has announced his charities of the year for 2018-19 - two local organisations who are well known. He said: "This year we are shining a spotlight on all the work that takes place to keep our beautiful beaches clean and safe." More...

Breastfeeding venues named
BURNHAM-On-Sea and Highbridge families are being invited to nominate their favourite 'Positive about Breastfeeding' local places to mark this year’s World Breastfeeding Week. They include cafes, gardens, open spaces, town halls, restaurants and sports centres. More...

Youngsters get safety lesson
BURNHAM-On-Sea youngsters have been getting fun-filled advice about keeping safe from local Police. Burnham-On-Sea PCSOs Yvette Mayo and Sam Piers have visited the children at the Octopus Children's Centre in the town. They talked to the children on safety. More...

New Aldi store on track to open
HIGHBRIDGE'S new Aldi supermarket is on track to open this summer, the firm has confirmed this week. Work to build the two supermarket on the Isleport Business Park, just off Bennett Road, is progressing to schedule. The new Highbridge Aldi store will open over the next few weeks
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MP visits farm protesters
LOCAL MP Ian Liddell-Grainger has this week pledged his support to residents in East Huntspill who are campaigning against a chicken farm's odour problems. During a visit on Monday (July 30th), Mr Liddell-Granger met nearby residents and residents. More...

Couple's golden anniversary
A BURNHAM-On-Sea couple has celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with members of a community group close to their hearts. Terry and Yvonne Cornelius celebrated their golden milestone at Burnham-On-Sea Moose International Lodge 123's meeting. More...

Countdown to Rainbow Run
BURNHAM-On-Sea RNLI is bringing back its fundraising Rainbow Run to the town's beach this summer. Registration is open now for the popular annual event, which will be held on August 12th at 2pm. The 3.5km run will start at Burnham jetty and takes participants on a run. More...

Mayor joins summer fayre fun
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 and stalls. More...

The band played on.. in church
THE band played on, despite stormy weather at a Burnham-On-Sea jazz event on Sunday (July 30th). High winds and heavy rain hit the area on the day that the Marine Cove Gardens on Burnham's seafront were due to host an afternoon of outdoor jazz music. More...

100-mile challenge completed
A BURNHAM-On-Sea fundraiser has completed an incredible 100-mile fitness challenge in aid of a local charity. Sonny Topham, 27, a personal trainer, took on the challenge of walking and running ten circuits of a 10-mile route through Burnham and Highbridge. More...

Radio station marks 90th year
OVER 100 former staff from Highbridge Radio Station (known locally as Portishead Radio) gathered at the Ritz Social Club on Saturday (28th July) to mark the 90th year since the station officially opened. The long-range service transmitters moved in 1928. More...

Star dog to feature in diary
A PAINTING of a Burnham-On-Sea dog is set to be featured in a 2019 diary sold nationally across the UK. Border Terrier Sir Jack Spratticus, owned by Burnham resident Ness Holbrow, will be featured in the 'The Little Dog Laughed' diary. More...

Sacks of beach litter collected
A DOZEN sackfuls of waste were collected by volunteers from the Friends of Burnham-On-Sea Beach during a summer beach clean held on Saturday (July 28th). The group cleaned the south beach between the Sailing Club and The Pavilion and took away litter.
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Headteacher steps down
THE headteacher of Highbridge's King Alfred School stepped down last week after four years in the role. Denise Hurr stepped down at the end of the summer term and Nathan Jenkins, pictured below, is to become the new principal from September, as we first reported. More...

Town NHS art exhibition opens
IN the week that the NHS is celebrating its 70th anniversray, Burnham-On-Sea's St Andrew's Church has unveiled a new exhibition focussed on the NHS. Called '70x7', it is an exploration of the NHS and its qualities by local author and artist Dave Eldergill. More...

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Walton House B&B

Four star Walton House is close to Golf Club and town. Cottage available. Has Parking. More...

Laburnum House

Only three miles from Burnham, this hotel is set in the heartland Somerset. Has Parking More...

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