Situated about 1.5 miles from Junction 22 of the M5, Burnham-on-Sea has all the charm of a traditional seaside resort with its own distinct character. It is famous for its unique nine-legged wooden lighthouse and also boasts one of the shortest piers in the country.
The Rotary Club of Burnham-on-Sea was Chartered in July 1945 and currently has 32 members. The Club is very active supporting local good causes, and each year raises thousands of pounds for the benefit of both the local community and in support of wider life-changing major projects.
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