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New MP - Bonfire friendly?

On 18 May 2015 at 6:21pm Sparkler wrote:
Has Ms Caulfield expressed any opinion on Bonfire? Is she the first practising Catholic elected to Lewes? (n.b. nothing against Catholics per se, I myself was brought up a Catholic) but for obvious reasons some practising Catholics are hostile to the traditions of Bonfire.
On 18 May 2015 at 6:30pm Jean D'Arc wrote:
I'm not a fan of bonfires, I'd like to see them banned. Banfires.
On 18 May 2015 at 7:43pm Pros and cons wrote:
No bonfire =. Pro would guarantee one quite winters evening. Cons , the loss of everything it stands for most of its knockers they won't know about that , also many pubs and resurants would lose thousands , and not just from the one night , all our annual diners , monthly meetings, the bonfire like the pink pound is worth double , and all the fantastic events put on all year round that give locals and visitors to the area so much pleasure , , agreed it is a bit of an inconvenience to some and the long it's only one day bangers all month brigade but look at the big picture , as you guess the pros and cons can be reversed depending which side you are on , me , I'm with the pros on this one , we don't need our MP on side but just hope she's at worst a neutral ,
On 18 May 2015 at 10:27pm Maria Cauliflower wrote:
Croeso a Cymru! Yr wyf yn llwyr gefnogi'r llosgi moch daear, y Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol a'r tlawd.
On 19 May 2015 at 10:59am Poor Badger wrote:
I don't think that's very funny Maria. 'llosgi cymru a'i holl ddefaid'.

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