Scrap metal worker Eddie Heath of Staffordshire has become a local legend in his home county on account of setting fire to several famous landmarks, including the White House!
***2012 BONFIRE NEWS***
"Palace Bonfire" - Sunday 11th November 7.30pm.
Tickets available from the Royal Oak Tel: 01782 392774
Children Under 16: £4.00
Family Ticket (2 Adults + 2 Children): £20.00
Come along for Food, Fun, Fireworks and Live Music to celebrate her Majesty's diamond Jubilee!
Click here to see the beginning of the build.
This is the official site for these replica structures built entirely of wooden pallets and scrap plywood sheets.
Attracting thousands of people to the village of Dilhorne near to Stoke-on-Trent, they have featured on TV and in the pages of Ripley's "Believe it or Not". It takes Eddie a couple of months to build these fantastic bonfires on the land behind his local pub "The Royal Oak" before they are used in spectactular firework and bonfire displays enjoyed by all the family.
Eddie's creations have made the national press, including November 2008 when he burnt a replica of the Tower of London to the ground.