THE URBAN FAWKES

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Brunel
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THE URBAN FAWKES

Postby Brunel » Wed 05 Nov, 2014 5:42 pm

Remember Remember.
To commemorate the fifth day of November, Leeds City Council arrange to burn 2167 used wood pallets.
Good for the environment, good for all the wild animals that inhabit this area.

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Re: THE URBAN FAWKES

Postby Croggy1 » Thu 06 Nov, 2014 12:38 am

Those pallets certainly burn well. We went to East End Park and the bonfire was still going, a couple of hours after being lit.
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Re: THE URBAN FAWKES

Postby LS1 » Thu 06 Nov, 2014 9:07 am

The embers were still burning this morning at 7.10am!
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Re: THE URBAN FAWKES

Postby Bluemax » Thu 06 Nov, 2014 10:19 am

I cannot see a Guy on the top of that Bonfire, I am sure there are a number of people who should have been given the honour of been the Guy for this years Bonfire !!

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Re: THE URBAN FAWKES

Postby chemimike » Thu 06 Nov, 2014 1:22 pm

Though preferably in person rather than effigy
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Re: THE URBAN FAWKES

Postby dsco » Thu 06 Nov, 2014 3:46 pm

chemimike wrote:Though preferably in person rather than effigy


As long as we don't go down the route of East Sussex County Council's annual "Inciting Racial Hatred" programme in Lewes.

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