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Lindfield Bonfire Society wishes to say thankyou to everyone who attended our 4th November Celebration. We were delighted to be joined in our procession by members of Chailey and Burgess Hill Bonfire Societies, Burgess Hill Marching Youth & the Lindfield Scouts.
Despite the rain earlier in the day, there was a huge turnout for our night & we hope our collection will reflect this. The King Edward Hall was filled to capacity for our fancy dress competition, and the streets of Lindfield and the Common were full during the torch lit procession, Bonfire Prayer & lighting of the bonfire before the skies were lit by our Grand Firework display. We thank everyone for the many positive comments on our night.
A huge number of people and organisations make the night possible, and the Committee of Lindfield Bonfire Society wish to say thanks to everyone, in particular:
Comber’s Trust, Cottenham’s of Lindfield – Craft Butchers (sponsors for the Guy), The Red Cross, Sussex Police, West Sussex Fire & Rescue Services, The Rotary Club, Court Meadow RDA, Kangaroos, Lindfield Parish Council, Mid-Sussex District Council, SERCO, 6-10 Traffic Management, Etc. Fire Services, Lindfield Art Studio, Trident Explorer Scouts, Lindfield Scouts, The King Edward Hall, Siamax Power Ltd and Aurora Fireworks.
We also thank this years sponsors; Lindfield Life, The Bent Arms, Sarah Lacey Drycleaning, Mark Revill & Co, Haywards Heath Landscapes Ltd, Andy Hannah Mobile Mechanic Ltd, Sussex B&B (The Pilstyes – Lindfield), Sussex Trichology, Shaz Sews for You, RTFJ, Lindfield Motors, Green & Pleasant Services, S.A. Hancock Ltd, Penny Black Barbers, The Standup Inn, The Red Lion, and those local traders and shops who’ve kindly sold programmes and merchandise for us.
Last but not least, thankyou to our Tail End Charlie team, the pyro teams of Lindfield and Chailey Bonfire Societies, the many volunteers who helped set up during the day, assist with the collection & marshalling on the night, those who help clear up after our event and count the collection…and finally all the Lindfield Bonfire Boys and Girls.
We apologise if we missed anyone, but there are so many members of the community that help make our night happen!
Despite rumours on social media, Lindfield Bonfire Society’s Bonfire Night is still going ahead and we are looking forward to seeing you all this evening. Please do not believe the gossip saying anything else, it is simply not true.
Preparations are well ahead on the Common and you can see our Guy outside Cottenham’s of Lindfield in the High Street. Please say hi if you are passing!
Please share this with all your friends. Lindfield Bonfire is going ahead tonight!
The Committee of Lindfield Bonfire Society
Now it is the 4th November all our society are working on setting up tonights celebration, so we are unable to answer individual questions by email.
If you are looking to come to our Bonfire celebration full details can be found on our web site under our This Years Bonfire page
Finally, we wish you all a safe and enjoyable Bonfire Night where ever you chose to spend it.
If you intend to be on Lindfield Common this Saturday afternoon, please be aware that there will be a test firing of a firework at 3.00 p.m. The test firing is required to allow our pyro team to assess wind speed and direction in preperation for our evening firework display and so ensure the display is safe and enjoyable for those attending .
If you are a dog owner, or know some one who is likely to be walking their dog around the Common during the aftrenoon of the 4th November please let them know there will be a test firing.
Please accept our thanks for your help in spreading the word!