Over the last 6 months the fabulous Pasha du Valentine Goddamn created the most stunning artwork, inspired by the bonfire photos up on the walls in the Royal Oak, Barcombe.
Merchandise of this beautiful design can be purchased from the following link:
Purchasing these products supports the Pasha and the BBS!
A massive thank you to Pasha from the BBS. We are so grateful for the awesome piece you created.
BBS is supporting a collection drive for Knight Support. A charity supporting homeless people in Brighton.
A collection point will be set up at the Royal Oak where the following items will be gratefully received:
Rucksacks &clean flasks
Waterproof clothing (female &male any size adults)
Hat , gloves , scarves
Coats Boots , shoes , trainers
Trousers , jumpers , t-shirts
Underwear (NEW ONLY )
Women’s sanitary products
Teabags , coffee , sugar ,hot chocolate powder , bottled water
Unperishable foods , snacks .e.g biscuits , sweets, chocolate goodies for christmas as a treat . (No nuts )
Small games /pkts of cards /puzzle books and pens
All donations will be collated this Saturday 15th Dec.
If you have any queries please contact Lucy on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07897948986
We’ve pulled it off again. This year I feel it was slicker and the snags we have had in previous years were mostly ironed out.. we even managed to have a proper final procession!! Thank you to the village, the committee, our members, my marshals and captains, visiting societies and our friends who could not attend, the bands, food vendors, St John, the Police, Select Security, the Royal Oak, Douglas Blackford, the Cornwells, Bob & Daphne Hunt, Mat Lundin, Darryl Cooper and all others who have donated time, money, land, materials, machinery, resources and knowledge towards our night. (Full list to come!) Special thanks to the firework team and Wizard Fireworks for a first class display.
It was our night for the village and the atmosphere last night captured that. A fitting end to an excellent season and we hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did.
It was a shame some idiots used our night to commit crime in our community, we will be working with the Police to identify those responsible.
Now for sleep.. then rinse and repeat! All comments gratefully received. If last night has inspired you to get involved, keep an eye out for our AGM in early February. THANK YOU!
We have lost a shield awarded at last year’s costume competition. If you know anything of it, please do get in touch!
This morning Jason went into Barcombe Primary School to do an assembly. The assembly covered Sussex being a country of traditions, the bonfire season, Lewes societies and their costumes, Guersey stripes and firesites, a section on safety equipment/clothing, how large organised events are better than ones in your garden and mentioned our committee, fundraising, preparations and donations to charity.
The children had a great time and the assembly ended with all the children processing around the hall!Thank you Jason for putting on such a great assembly and thank you Barcombe School for having us in!
Our house-to-house team has been going round your doors. Have they visited you?
Barcombe Bonfire Night 2018 will be held on Saturday 17th November!
Who else is pumped for 2018 bonfire season?!
We hope to see you at our next fundraiser on 14th September at the Sports Pavilion. Family Bingo at 330 PM after school, followed by a Race Night at 8 PM. This isn’t your standard DVD race night, but a fully hands-on interactive experience. Real races, real prize money and real horses (okay maybe not that one!). Yes there is a licensed bar!
BBS has a new logo! What do you think? Thank you to Chailey Heritage Enterprise Centre and Megan Knott.