Lewes Forum thread
neville jubilee celebration
On Tue 5 Jun at 6:16pm tom wrote:
what did every1 think of the event on neville green ? i thought it was good although slightly ruined by foul mouthed people from a certain bonfire society having a rather public slanging match not what you want at a family event.
On Tue 5 Jun at 6:51pm Soggy boy. wrote:
Which society was that?
On Tue 5 Jun at 8:10pm partypam wrote:
yes i saw a bit of an unpleasant exchange between a few individuals which i was a bit miffed off about as i had my 2 small nephews with me and didnt think the language was appropriate for the time or place - they obviously dont have any pride in themselves or their society. Apart from that we had a nice time.
On Tue 5 Jun at 9:30pm jo wrote:
tell us more
On Wed 6 Jun at 9:59am Gballs wrote:
I thought i was a grate day. well done to all involved.
On Wed 6 Jun at 12:07pm Neville wrote:
What time did that all happen then?
On Wed 6 Jun at 2:48pm p.c wrote:
its all bullsh##
On Wed 6 Jun at 3:54pm BALLS wrote:
I do hate it when people do that, leaving you hanging there, if you cant tell the whole story, be quiet. Have you not the balls to say which society it was.
Name and shame, i say.
On Wed 6 Jun at 4:10pm dee wrote:
i think their talking about some commercial memmbers that had bit of a barny
On Wed 6 Jun at 4:22pm Duke wrote:
If its the barny I heard it was some guy starting something who wanted nothing more than to cause grief, he's not in a Society but apparently wants to join Waterloo! So he's not commercial :-)
On Wed 6 Jun at 4:25pm dee wrote:
blimey there must of been a few plebs down there then as the thing i saw def involved a guy that i recognised from commercial these sorts of things always bring out the idiots
On Wed 6 Jun at 5:08pm Stereotype wrote:
Name and shame an individual , just because they belong to a group , he/she/they might be involved in lots of groups organisations etc or in fact none at all ' so why try to make it a society's problem , and spoil what was in fact a very nice day , well done
On Wed 6 Jun at 10:29pm Gballs wrote:
well said. The event brought in over 800 people out though out the day/ evening so lets forget about one or to people that can't handle there drink. come on guys what else happened in this town over the weekend. that bought that many people together.
On Wed 6 Jun at 11:24pm IMEYOU wrote:
From what I witness over the weekend, nothing came any where near the Nevill Juvenile Bonfire Society (NJBS) contribution to the Queens Diamond Jubilee Celebrations, Yes the Cliffe Bonfire Society did Tea and Cakes which was fun, wont mention the L.C. words though !
Just do not understand why, that a Town like Lewes rich with affluent inhabitants either in money or personal skills could not have got together and put on a show worthy of the occasion.
I am not a Nevill Juvenile Bonfire Society (NJBS) member or a DFL by the way, but 99.9% a Lewisian.
On Thu 7 Jun at 12:10am Sarcastic Steve wrote:
Thanks for letting us know what NJBS stands for imeyou. I'm sure none of us knew
On Thu 7 Jun at 12:17am un-noticed wrote:
The Town Council donated £1800.00 to the cost of the fireworks but do not seem to have had their contribution aknowledged on the posters. That doesn't seem fair to me.
On Thu 7 Jun at 11:58pm IMEYOU wrote:
"Sarcastic Steve" Its My Pleasure !
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