Tree memorial planned for charity fundraiser

Tributes have been paid to Clive Bush (left, with a replica World Cup trophy he used to raise money)

Tributes have been paid to Clive Bush (left, with a replica World Cup trophy he used to raise money). - Credit: Archant

TRIBUTES have been paid to a man dedicated his life to raising thousands of pounds for charity.

Clive Bush(left) took the replica World Cup around Weston and Highbridge.

Clive Bush(left) took the replica World Cup around Weston and Highbridge. - Credit: Archant

Clive Bush, who lived in Sand Bay, died aged 60 after spending many years raising funds for the RNLI, Kewstoke Community Farm and Ups And Downs.

Last year, he toured around Weston with a replica of the football World Cup and he was well-known at The New Inn pub.

Pub manager Roy Sharp said: “We were shocked he passed away so suddenly. He dedicated a huge amount of time to raise a hell of a lot of money.”

Bakavaar, the company Mr Bush worked for, will plant a tree in his memory, and further fundraisers are planned in his honour.


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