Bonfire night in Rothwell Friday 4 November

 

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It’s almost Bonfire Night and in Rothwell we’re gearing up for the community bonfire and fireworks display. Yorkshire has a huge connection with the original gunpowder plot – Guy Fawkes was born not far away in York .

I’m delighted that I will be lighting the bonfire this year. The fire will be lit at 7pm with the firework display at 7.30pm. The event is being organised by Leeds City Council supported by Rothwell District Lions Club.

Rothwell District Lions Club are actively involved this year as every year. The Rothwell Lions do a marvellous job on behalf of the community. The Lions Club Motto is ‘We Serve’. In the case of Rothwell District Lions, this is to serve and support our local community, organising and helping out at events such as the Rothwell Carnival, the annual May day Duck Race and the Rothwell Park Bonfire. Every December the lions escort Father Christmas on his sleigh visiting  homes in the area.

We’re hoping for a record turnout in Springhead Park for 2011 so I hope to see you all there for what’s sure to be a marvellous display for all the family to light up the skies of Rothwell once again!

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3 thoughts on “Bonfire night in Rothwell Friday 4 November

  1. I have to say I am very upset the Bonfire is being held on Friday 4th as I have to go to a wedding so am going to miss it 🙁

  2. i thought i would put a positive comment. i am really looking forward to going to bonfire night with all my family plus my children, i have fond memories coming to rothwell when i was kid i am very happy my kids can share the expereience too. Hope it all goes well usefull link cause i wanted to check times it started. thanks

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