It’s official, we are set to go for 2019’s Bonfire Night in Hailsham.
With many thanks to the Hailsham Town Council Officers and of course the Councillors themselves, we have our new fire site to facilitate the firework display and bonfire.
Our event will now take place on and along the Western Road Recreation Ground.
We’ve a lot of new event planning and preparations to continue with behind the scenes, but we are confident that this new site will see a secure future for years to come for HBS.
More details soon……………..
2019 see’s our annual Guy Fawkes Celebrations fall on Saturday 19th October, so make a note in your diary and don’t miss the biggest free event in the Town.
We have new procession routes and a new format for this years event, but rest assured we’ll still be providing the ‘traditional element’ that Hailsham has now become well known for!
The Committee and Membership are working closely with Hailsham Town Council to ensure the continuation of this popular event.
Please check the website for regular updates as and when we have news to announce!
September Monthly Meeting date has changed
It will now be on Monday 10th September 8pm at the HMI
Well 2018 is well and truly underway and nothing stops when it comes to organising our annual bonfire celebrations.
We have recently had our AGM and a newly formed commitee are ready to lead Hailsham Bonfire Society into a successful 2018 bonfire season.
We have our first monthly meeting this coming Monday 5th February at the MI club in Hailsham and preparations for our event are well under way already.
Our annual bonfire celebrations will be on Sat 20th October 2018 and come rain or shine as demonstrated last year amongst Storm Brian we will be there and in true Sussex tradition “We Wunt Be Druv”
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If you are considering joining the Hailsham Bonfire Society and wondered what exactly you could dress up as. Our theme is Victorian era and we also have Grey and Black stripes for our smugglers.
This coming Sunday 11th June is the first of our torch making days.
Our members who are all volunteers will commence the task of making 1600 torches for our October Bonfire Celebrations. Each torch is made with a length of batton, hessian and wire before it is then dipped closer to our event night.
It takes approx 10 minutes to hand make each individual torch so as you can imagine is a fair task ahead for our members .
All members are welcome to join in and help make the torches