‘Glorious’ Eat: Burnham returns for 10th festival
PUBLISHED: 08:00 02 June 2017
Burnham’s bi-annual food festival returned to the town at the weekend for the 10th time, with more than 26,000 people lining the streets to try a host of local produce.
More than 130 traders from in and around Somerset showcased their culinary delights
Organiser Beverley Milner Simonds told the Mercury it was a ‘glorious’ day and she is very pleased with the success of the event.
She said: “We are thrilled with how the 10th festival went. The streets were crowded from when we opened to when we closed.
“We have had great feedback from our traders, local businesses and visitors. It was a glorious day to be beside the seaside.
“When we return in October the focus will be changing with more making and learning something new sessions than ever before.
“A big thank you to all those who help to make this event possible”
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