Bon Fire Day walk + and Hastings Coastal walk
Celebrate the biggest Bon Fire/Guy Fawkes show in the country with thousands of performers parading in costumes holding lit fire torches. It's fantastic if you have not seen it before, the drums, bands, music, noise & fireworks, the best night carnival. This event starts on Saturday 5th November morning at 9am with a 3 hours walk then we will travel to Lewes for this spectacular event during late afternoon. I have experienced this spectacular for many years and below are a few of the political figures that are mocked and paraded around the streets of Lewes and then set on fire at the fireworks (Boris, Kin you-un, Trump, Putin, Teresa May etc)
Next morning on Sunday 6th, we will have a late start after breakfast and start our full day's walk along the East Sussex coastline from the lovely fishing coastal town of Hastings and walk towards Rye. We will finish by 7pm on Saturday and you will be able to completely relax at home on Sunday. Please be aware, trains to/from Lewes will be closed that Friday afternoon and vehicle access to Lewes are closed with a wide perimeter. More info + cost below after the images.
COST: £190 for this 2 day event inclusive of the 2 day walks, transportation and accommodation with 2 sharing. Excludes all meals.
Transportation: The cars/minibus transportation is provided if departing from Coulsdon South Station (zone 6) on Saturday 5th, 9am morning and return back to the same station on Saturday 6th by 7pm . I will sort out all of the transportation logistics for the whole group. Organise the departure point, exchange drivers and members contact details in advance and ensure the drivers get to every location during the event on time. All my volunteer drivers are experienced, regular and confident drivers.
Accommodation: We will be staying at a Premier Inn hotel for the Saturday night with 2 sharing with en-suite bathrooms. Room allocation will be based on gender. Possible to have your own room with a single supplement.
Good waterproof jacket. Even with no rain forecasted a waterproof jacket can be used to keep your warm during our early morning starts and late evening.
Hiking boots (with good grip and ankle support) - don’t forget to bring good quality hiking socks
1 change of clothing. A few warm items for our early morning starts: base layer, warm fleece, gloves, beanie
Additional info: ear plugs (if you have sensitive ears as fire crackers are used). A small torch is essential.
Wash kit. towels will be provided at the hotel. A daypack to hold your day kit (water, snacks, jacket)
Trainers to wear in the cars/minibus