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End Of Lewes Bonfire Night - Lewes Bonfire Night Celebrations
October 23, 2012 at 1:01 am by v
The end is nigh as they say, for the Lewes Bonfire Night Celebrations, and I can feel it in my creaky old bonfire boy bones, the Sussex Bonfire Societies have already been well and truly strangulated and sanitised by the authorities by their underhand tactics and weak bonfire society committee members.
If the Lewes Bonfire Night Celebrations is to survive, It has to be emphasized that the Fifth in Lewes is a private party/gathering, and onlookers are there at their own risk, also there should be real back bones representing every Lewes Bonfire Society at all of the meetings.
There should be 100% transparency/trust with the blue bottles and the Lewes Bonfire Boyes with regards to upholding traditions, memories, remembrance, tolerance and Freedom Of Speech.
Below Is An Example.
Why is it that at football matches all the blue bottles are facing the crowd, and if there are fireworks on the pitch, Its down to the ref to sort, At Lewes Bonfire, all of the blue bottles are facing the procession, so tell me when fireworks erupt in the crowd, who sorts it ?
The Chief Blue Bottle keeps re-iterating that his comrades are at the Lewes Bonfire Night Celebrations for crowd control and safety, if that is so then turn the other way.
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