In light of recent events we wanted to get in touch with you about the ongoing coronavirus situation – I’m sure you’ve received many similar e-mails over the last few weeks! We hope you are all staying safe and healthy. Help and Support: If any of our members are requiring help or support at this […]
We have been working on our fund raising events and dates for this season and they are all in our calendar and our fund raising pages – please do let us know if you are able to help. Or just come along and support us.
We held our AGM on Monday 2nd Feb and it was lovely to see a few new faces! Very exciting. We look forward to working with those of you who have joined the committee. To those that didn’t, if you are a member of the Society we welcome you to come along to our committee […]
this is official notification that we will be holding our AGM on: Monday 3rd February, 20:00, Royal Oak Top Room This is your chance to give feedback and get involved in your bonfire society. We can’t run Bonfire without the support of our members. Any offer of help is gratefully received. Positions up for election: […]
We had a fantastic night – thank you so much to everyone for your hard work and contribution throughout the year and in the run up to our night. What an amazing time we all had. Roll on November 2020! 🙂
The fire is built, the torches are ready, all the organising is done. Time to put on the costumes and make up and come out for bonfire. Have fun everyone!
Costume Competition – Tonight at the Oak at 6pm – see you there (in costume!) Marshalls Meeting – tonight at the Oak – from about 7pm The card reader at the Royal Oak is not working – so please bring cash over the weekend
Preparation is going well. The torches and fiery pieces are all dipped and ready for tomorrow. The bonfire is looking pretty impressive too! It’s all looking good. Thank you to everyone who has come out and helped today. We are meeting tomorrow again – watch this space, the Facebook page and WhatsApp for where we […]
The Barcombe Rookies are making some “fake” torches using torch sticks, hessian and LED lights. We will be selling them at badge night (15th November at the Oak) for a fiver each. These are safer for younger children and for those nervous of real flaming torches.
Despite press announcing a huge police presence, Bonfire Night in Lewes went off really well. The traditional torches, procession, bangs and fireworks making for a fun, exciting evening. Barcombe had the most amazing time and would like to thank Borough Bonfire Society very much for being such amazing hosts.