Pavilion given a new look with modern new branding
historic seafront Pavilion has been given a new look by its new
sign has been installed at the front of the building which
is the UK's shortest pier to promote it as 'Burnham Pier
comes after Burnham-On-Sea.com first reported here
in December that J Holland and Sons, a nationwide entertainment
and gaming company, had bought the seafront landmark from the Parkin
family, who had owned it for 49 years.
new branding is one of several changes at the Pavilion, which includes
brand new gaming machines inside and children's fun fair rides.
to Burnham-On-Sea.com, a spokeswoman for J Holland and Sons said:
"We are delighted to have taken over the Pavilion we
have exciting plans for its future."
Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel was the inspiration for
Burnham-On-Sea Pavilion, the first to be constructed in reinforced
concrete, rather than the steel and cast iron used for other Victorian
Parkin took over the then-derelict Pavilion in 1968 and put in many
years of effort on renovating it and maintaining it.
first reported in July 2016 that Burnham-On-Sea's
Pavilion was on sale.