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On 16 Apr 2013 at 2:00pm havenrook wrote:
With St George's Day being a week away I was Wondering if any of the Lewes Bonfire Societies celebrate this Day in any way? Watching the bonfire boys/girls parading around the town on the 5th I would of thought a celebration for England's patron saint would or should be on every Societies calendar or is it a big No No!
 
 
On 16 Apr 2013 at 2:40pm sjep76 wrote:
I am not aware of any bonfire societies celebrating this day in Lewes. Chailey bonfire have a St. Georges day Fete behind the village hall and the Scouts, cubs and Beavers do a march through the town on Sunday.
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On 16 Apr 2013 at 5:09pm uckersbarry wrote:
there is a march down brighton seafront on the 21st organised by the english defence league to celebrate all things ENGLISH should be good face painting cake stands and morris dancers
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On 16 Apr 2013 at 6:02pm my land wrote:
Nice one will have a trip into brighton
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On 16 Apr 2013 at 10:28pm new wrote:
hi, sounds a great idea, im a born here ,british asian, have you any plans, route etc. I cant wait to walk with my family and kids to support being british/ english,,thanks, ragh .
 
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On 17 Apr 2013 at 12:26pm Clifford wrote:
Though I'm an atheist and so don't go in for this saints business, I'm always glad to see anything that recaptures the happiness of being English from the right-wing loonies.
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On 17 Apr 2013 at 1:02pm havenrook wrote:
Thanks uckersbarry for your post on sundays march.I believe it's a group called March for England that have organised this event and seems to be well supported.I will most probably join the many others on Sunday and wave my flag for England.


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