Parish Bonfire

The Parish Bonfire celebration will be on Sunday November 6th this year.

The bonfire will be lit at 7pm (not at 6:45pm as advertised on the leaflets) and the fireworks display will commence at 7:15pm accompanied with synchronised music. You are advised to get to the parish recreation ground as early as possible and don’t forget there is no car parking-as in previous years.

Now is the time for people who claim they have the village’s interests at heart; Volunteer Marshalls are needed to help with such things as crowd control, lost children and generally making themselves visible and helpful. If you want to volunteer please contact Mrs. S Morley on 01909 560922. ASAP.

The usual conditions apply: No alcohol and no sparklers on parish grounds. These measures are meant for everyone’s safety.

Have an enjoyable evening with your friends and family.



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4 Responses to Parish Bonfire

  1. Anonymous says:

    I might be tempted to believe that “Morgan” is Mr Pearson again, am I right ?. If people blog on these sites and make statements, they should be able to fully back them up. Pray do tell, where do you get the figure of £800 pound extra ??.

    S Thornton.


  2. Insider. says:

    Ah,friend ‘Morgan’ writing under one of his aliases posting his usual rubbish.
    He ought to work for Kodak, he’s so negative.
    Always complaining but never,ever clever enough to offer solutions or worthwhile suggestions but very quick off the mark repeating rumours, unfounded allegations and innuendo.
    He must spend a lot of time during his ‘working’ day dreaming up daft things to post on here?

    Keep taking the bravery pills sunshine.


  3. Morgan says:

    Wonder you have time to organise this with all the time taken up organising a witch Hunt agenst local contacts not to mention the fact it’s 800,pounds extra due to it been on a Sunday


    • Watchman says:

      Stop using false ID.
      Who is ‘you’?
      You are in possession of financial information denied to us ordinary mortals, how do you know the Bonfire Night is costing £800 more this year?


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