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Part of a personal project on the East Sussex Bonfire Societies. The whole project will be exhibited at various locations around East Sussex in the weeks leading up to the 5th of November, 2009. Mock clergy harangue the crowd and in return are pelted with fireworks, the burning crosses commemorate the Protestant martyrs burnt at the stake during the Marian repression of the 1550's
For more information on the Bonfire Traditions of East Sussex please click on the link to The Lewes Bonfire Council.
Many thanks to Matt Southam of the Battel Bonfire Boyes, Tony Godwin of Battel Rubbish Drummers, Kevin Boorman of 1066 Country Marketing, The Gardeners Arms, Cliffe High Street and The Pelham House Hotel, Lewes.
Latitude: 50° 52' 3.71" N
Longitude: 0° 1' 10" E
Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.