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Rye Bonfire

Rye Bonfire near Rye, East Sussex

Below are upcoming Rye Bonfire events happening in Rye and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.

Past Rye Bonfire near Rye, East Sussex

Below are past that have already happened in Rye and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.

November 2016

Rye Bonfire

Festival
Saturday, 12th November 2016, 6:30pm - midnight
Rye
bonfirenighttraditions.co.uk

Rye Bonfire Timetable

16:30 – Parking restrictions apply to processional route.

18:30 – Vehicular access restrictions apply.

18:30 – Processional Route to be clear of all vehicles

19:50 – Loud maroon signals the start of the procession from Mason Road, Tilling Green Estate

The route is as follows – Ferry Road to the Crown Inn, turn left into Cinque Ports Street, Tower Street, through Landgate Arch, Hilders Cliff (East Cliff) in to High Street, The Mint, turn right into Wish Ward, Cinque Ports Street, Tower Street, left down Landgate, right into Bedford Place and on to the Bonfire site.

20:30 – The Chairing down of Rye Fawkes 2016 HRH Prince Rostislav R. Romanov III

20:45 – The Bonfire Lit by Rye Fawkes 2016

21:00 – Grand Fireworks Display.

For further details visit http://www.ryebonfire.co.uk/programme/

Rye Bonfire

Special Event
Saturday, 8th November 2014, 7:50pm - 9:20pm
Rye
ryebonfire.co.uk

16:30 – Parking restrictions apply to processional route.
18:30 – Vehicular access restrictions apply.
18:30 – Processional Route to be clear of all vehicles.
19:50 – Loud maroon signals the start of the procession from Mason Road, Tilling Green Estate.
The route is as follows – Ferry Road to the Crown Inn, turn left into Cinque Ports Street, Tower Street, through Landgate Arch, Hilders Cliff (East Cliff) in to High Street, The Mint, turn right into Wish Ward, Cinque Ports Street, Tower Street, left down Landgate, right into Bedford Place and on to the Bonfire site.
20:30 – The Chairing down of Rye Fawkes 2014.
20:45 – The Bonfire Lit by Rye Fawkes 2014.
21:00 – Grand Fireworks Display.
Traffic Restrictions Lifted 21:15 – 22:00.
Please show your appreciation for the evening’s events . The Rye Bonfire Society receives no financial support from public funds in staging this event, which now costs over £10,000 a year to set-up and manage. All necessary funding is raised by voluntary contributions, program sales and advertising, fund-raising events and street collections on the night. Without the support of the town’s traders, citizens and visitors, the event could not take place. If you wish the Rye Bonfire to continue as the premier social event in the district’s calendar, please give generously.

Rye Bonfire

Special Event
Saturday, 9th November 2013 from midnight
Rye
ryebonfire.co.uk

Rye Bonfire -for full details of the evenings programme and road closures please visit http://www.ryebonfire.co.uk/safety-notice/

Rye Bonfire

Special Event
Saturday, 10th November 2012 from midnight
Rye
ryebonfire.co.uk

Rye and District Bonfire Society alongside visiting Bonfire Societies, drum bands, floats and walkers from local groups and, the Dragon, Scorcher and much more will all process through the town with flaming torches. Fireworks and a great bonfire too. For the programme timetable and details of road closures etc please visit http://www.ryebonfire.co.uk/index.php/safety-notice/

Rye Bonfire

Special Event
Saturday, 12th November 2011, 7:50pm - 9:00pm
Rye
ryebonfire.co.uk

Procession leaves Tilling Green approximately 19.50 and follows the processional route - Ferry Road to the Crown Inn, turn left into Cinque Ports Street, Tower Street, through Landgate Arch, Hilders Cliff (East Cliff) in to High Street, The Mint, turn right into Wish Ward, Cinque Ports Street, Tower Street, left down Landgate, right into Bedford Place and on to the Bonfire site. Chairing Down of mystery celebrity to light bonfire 20.30 and fireworks approximately 20.45. For full details of the programme and road closures visit www.ryebonfire.co.uk

Rye Bonfire

Special Event
Saturday, 13th November 2010, 7:50pm - 9:30pm
Rye
ryebonfire.co.uk

Rye Bonfire Timetable.
Procession Starts from Tilling Green and a Maroon signals the start of the procession at about 19:50.
At 20:00 ”Chairing Down” – a mystery celebrity will light the bonfire 20:30.
Fireworks Display 20:45.

The route of the procession is as follows – Ferry Road to the Crown Inn, turn left into Cinque Ports Street, Tower Street, through Landgate Arch, Hilders Cliff (East Cliff) in to High Street, The Mint, turn right into Wish Ward, Cinque Ports Street, Tower Street, left down Landgate, right into Bedford Place and on to the Bonfire site. Please show your appreciation for the evening’s event as it is funded by street collections, other fund raising events and voluntary contributions.

Rye Bonfire

Special Event
Saturday, 14th November 2009 from midnight
Rye
ryebonfire.co.uk

Rye Bonfire Timetable -

Parking restrictions apply to processional route from 4.30pm. Vehicular access restrictions apply from 6.30pm. Processional Route to be clear of all vehicles 6.30pm. Procession Starts from Tilling Green 7.30pm. A259 / A268 restrictions apply from 8.00pm. ”Chairing Down” – mystery celeb. lights the bonfire 8.30pm. Fireworks Display 8.45pm. Traffic Restrictions Lifted 9.15 – 10pm.

The Procession Route …

A Maroon signals the start of the procession at about 7:30pm. The route is as follows – Ferry Road to the Crown Inn, turn left into Cinque Ports Street, Tower Street, through Landgate Arch, Hilders Cliff (East Cliff) in to High Street, The Mint, turn right into Wish Ward, Cinque Ports Street, Tower Street, left down Landgate, right into Bedford Place and on to the Bonfire site.
Please show your appreciation for the evening’s events as all necessary funding is raised by voluntary contributions, programme sales and advertising, fund-raising events and street collections on the night.

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