1d St. James's Street, Brighton
For photos, chat and maybe a drink afterwards.
Burning the Clocks is a unique community event created by Same Sky that brings the whole city together to mark the shortest day. Local people make their own paper and willow lanterns and after processing through the city, they pass them into a blazing bonfire on Brighton beach, as a token of the year’s end.
Meet outside Red Roaster at 6.00 pm and then head down to Madeira Drive to try and get a good viewpoint. (The roundabout near the pier end was quite good last year)
Bring your camera for pics of this fun event. Afterwards we can head for a place a bit away from the seafront for a chat. (experience is that everywhere near the event is heaving with people) Suggestions please.
This is a very popular event and will be crowded, so if anyone gets lost we can hopefully have a fixed point to aim at for meeting at a certain time during the event.
I am in London that day and hope to make it back for 6.00 - I'd be grateful if someone else could be a backup to meet people if I don't manage to get there.
0 · December 19, 2013