Volunteer honoured at youth centre

PUBLISHED: 17:30 31 May 2012

Left to right:  Burnham Mayor Ken Smout, committee member Pheobe Harling, Peter Slocombe, volunteer Jim Frape, Chair of Sedgemoor District Council Gill Slocombe, Cllr Neville Jones, and BAY Chair Julia Elswood.

Left to right: Burnham Mayor Ken Smout, committee member Pheobe Harling, Peter Slocombe, volunteer Jim Frape, Chair of Sedgemoor District Council Gill Slocombe, Cllr Neville Jones, and BAY Chair Julia Elswood.

Mike Lang

A BURNHAM Area Youth Centre member was presented with a gift as a token of thanks for his family’s help with the club’s venue.

Jim Frape was given a luxury hamper at the centre’s AGM for his family’s devotion in keeping the centre’s 46-year-old roof watertight, in Cassis Close, while the charity waits for grant aid to replace it.


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