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Cranleigh Bonfire and Firework Display

Thousands of people carry flaming torches in an evening procession to the Cranleigh bonfire site in Surrey, where the Cranleigh Lions organise the fireworks that fill the night sky.

Families gather in Stocklund Square in the afternoon for the children's Guys to be judged. The winning Guy leads the procession, starting in Ewhurst Rd then proceeding up the High St to end at the Common, where the bonfire has been built.To accompany the fireworks, bands play in Stocklund Square.

With streets closed between 6.15pm & 10pm kids are safe to run around safely, while you can buy a torch on the night and join the procession, proceeds going to local charities. Throughout the night, there are spit roasts and hot soup on offer, as well as an outdoor bar.

Cranleigh Bonfire Night. Photo courtesy Cranleigh & District Lions Club

Cranleigh Bonfire and Firework Display Information


When: Nov 2013 (annual)

Where: Cranleigh

Cost: Free, but collection for charity, so please give generously

Opening Hours: Guy competition 3pm; procession 6.15pm; bonfire 7.15pm; fireworks 8pm

Address: Cranleigh

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