Meet Ellie Carter, the 14-year-old girl who just became Britain’s youngest pilot
The trees that will be the masts and the main structure of the Mayflower started to be felled on 4th December. RHS Rosemoor had to fell several trees on their land for safety reasons and they have donated then to us.
We will be shifting them to the bonfire site soon.
Thank you so much to the RHS for their support.
We are delighted to announce that we have come to agreement with some of our suppliers for the sponsorship / support for Bonfire 2020. We are really please that these organisations are helping because we would be unable to stage such an event without their valued help which in turn allows us to raise money for charity. Thank you.
TDC have now granted the planning permission for our 2020 bonfire and are refunding the fee to us, so we are OK to go for the build start Easter 2018.
A spectacular bonfire is being planned in North Devon for the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s historic journey to America.
"As one small candle may light a thousand, so the light here kindled has shown unto many." - Governor William Bradford of Plimoth Plantation.