Cranleigh Lions Bonfire and Fireworks Night

The Cranleigh Lions Bonfire & Fireworks will take place on the Common on Saturday 5th
November. The fireworks are free to view but we ask everyone to be as generous a possible by donating a minimum of £5 per adult into our collecting buckets. All donations from this event will be used to help people in need in our community.

We love cash! Mobile reception is poor making card payments very difficult to process. Please be aware that following a review of crowd safety, we have made a number of changes to the parade route and timings.

Torchlight procession Route change

The procession will no longer start from Park Mead. The starting point for the procession will be in Parsonage Road, outside Glebelands and the Cranleigh C of E Primary schools.

The parade start time remains unchanged at 6pm.

The parade route will be Parsonage Rd, Rowland Rd, turning right into the High Street, Stocklunds Square and the Common.

Event Timetable
The shortened procession route will affect timings for the bonfire lighting ceremony and the firework display, both of which will be approximately 30 mins earlier than previous years.

All day
Grand Draw tickets and procession torches on sale outside Co-op and Sainsbury
3.00 pm
Make a Guy competition, Stocklunds Square
5.15 pm
Slinfold Band plays in Stocklund Square
5.45 pm
Procession assembles in Parsonage rd.
6.00 pm
Torchlight procession departs
6.10 pm
Crowds in Stocklund Square join the procession
6.30 pm*
Bonfire prayer and lighting ceremony
7.00 pm*
Firework display
*Timings are approximate.

Full details of our bonfire event, timings, routes, parking etc. can be found in the bonfire programme which is being delivered door to door, or on our website

Bonfire Grand Draw
Three great cash prizes to be won! 1st prize £250, 2nd prize £150, 3rd prize £50 plus many more
great prizes donated by our sponsors. Tickets will be available from the Lions delivering bonfire programmes or on Saturday 5th outside the Co-op and

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