A Somerset amateur football club is raising money to improve security after its clubhouse was targeted multiple times by thieves.
Burnham United AFC's facilities at Cassis Close were first hit by criminals before Christmas, with money taken from the fruit machine and several televisions stolen.
Following the initial break-in the club organised fundraising activities - including an exhibition match against a local rugby team which raised more than £650.
Unbelievably, the club was then targeted again by last month with more damage being done to the building and the fruit machine raided a second time.
Just days after the second incident the club was broken into a third time, with money taken from the jukebox.
Burnham have created a Crowdfunder page to receive donations and messages of support.
The club has used a social media campaign to raise awareness of its fundraising effort and has seen other clubs including Yeovil Town showing support.
The club says it has already raised around 40% of its target as a result of the fundraising campaign and hopes for more success before the weekend.
- You can find more information on Burnham United's Crowdfunder page