On 2 Nov 2016 at 10:53am Lewes resident wrote:
Could anyone tell me where we can buy tickets for the Borough Bonfire fireworks please? TIC have none, nor do the newsagents. Any advice gratefully received. Thank you
On 2 Nov 2016 at 12:11pm Probably wrote:
Think you can pay on the gate.
On 2 Nov 2016 at 12:39pm Slarty wrote:
Adverts say from Tourist Information Office, St Mary's Supporters Club & post via "LBBS, 8 East Way, Lewes, BN7 1NG". £3 adult £1 under 11 in advance or £5 & £2 respectively on the gate.
Perhaps they have sold out already if TIC don't have them?
On 2 Nov 2016 at 12:44pm Nige wrote:
Not sold out as far as i know. There are flyers around that will get you in on the gate at the reduced adult price
On 2 Nov 2016 at 12:57pm The Greek wrote:
There may be people selling in town
On 2 Nov 2016 at 1:30pm Big Mick wrote:
Cliffe have sold out (in more ways than one) but always offer 250 pay on the gate tickets. First come first served as always
On 2 Nov 2016 at 2:31pm Bonfire boy wrote:
waterloo are doing a buy one get 2 free
On 2 Nov 2016 at 2:48pm A Bloke wrote:
We always buy ours on the gate with no problems. It's a pretty big site so it's unlikely they'll limit numbers.
On 2 Nov 2016 at 3:47pm Lewes Resident wrote:
Thank you very much everyone - I have just managed to get some from the TIC who have been given a few more from Borough today. So all sorted now thank you. Goodness knows why we have all got thumbs down for these posts!? This forum is really very strange sometimes!
On 2 Nov 2016 at 3:50pm Lewes Resident wrote:
And I am not the "Lewes resident" on another post that says Bonfire is a massive waste of money!
On 2 Nov 2016 at 7:57pm Jeff wrote:
I wouldn't rely on paying at the gate if I were you.
I know Cliffe don't sell tickets on the gate
On 2 Nov 2016 at 8:49pm Sean wrote:
That's because Cliffe are soooo superior to all other societies. Not.
On 2 Nov 2016 at 10:52pm Dave Lee wrote:
You have got school in the morning Sean don't forget to get your mummy to tuck you in
On 3 Nov 2016 at 9:25am anon wrote:
Another November 5th, another mass mobilisation to the streets by the Anonymous collective.
Since one cold night in 2011, Anonymous UK has gathered together in Trafalgar Square, as a centerpiece of a worldwide Anonymous operation of global strength and solidarity, a warning to all governments worldwide that if they keep trying to censor, cut, imprison, or silence the free world or the free internet then we will not stand idly by.
Anonymous has no leaders, it has no central committee or public relations department, it is a hive-mind of normal people, just like you, who have decided that action is the only answer now.
In 2012 as Anonymous UK prepared to mobilise for November 5th a press release went out, every line filled with venom against the then Home Secretary Theresa May. In the four years that has passed Mrs May has risen to unelected power, fueled by right-wing rhetoric and striving to push the UK to even new lows. Anonymous UK has never shied from directly standing in opposition to Mrs May; in 2012 we launched a devastating cyber attack that crippled the Home Office’s website in response to her inaction about the threatened extradition of Gary McKinnon, a threat faced today by Lauri Love.
In 2016 we’re going to come knocking on Mrs May’s door.
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The last few November 5ths have fallen in the week, this year it falls on a Saturday. As we pour through the streets of London we aim to show the tourists and gentrifiers that London is not a city in subdued slumber, but a city full of people angry at their rulers, and passionate about change.
We look beyond the narrow scope of Brexit to the inherent problems of the system, capitalism is not working, capitalism has not worked, capitalism will not work. Its time to stop being complacent cogs, grinding towards the bosses’ next bonus package, and instead start working towards radical new solutions. We welcome all and anyone who agrees, you need not wear a Guy Fawkes mask to take to the streets on November 5th. We respect diversity of tactics and welcome anyone who takes the path of direct action.
Last year the biggest gang in London, the Met Police, attended our demonstration in force. Despite reinforcements from across the country they put on a pitiful display of aggression and violence. We call on the Metropolitan Police to restrain from violence and their usual mob mentality. To those attending November 5th with little experience of the Met we have simple advice, the police are not your friends, they do not regard you as such, do not regard them as such either.
In a society that has abolished all adventure, the only adventure left is to abolish that society.
You can’t arrest us all.
On 3 Nov 2016 at 2:06pm Mascara Snake wrote: