A 7ft tall papier mache Go Compare man will go up in smoke in a Slinfold pub’s bonfire and fireworks night this Friday (November 1).
The Red Lyon, The Street, expects to attract around 750 people to its annual garden party.
The figure of the infamous TV personality was made by local artist, John Marshall.
The pub’s manager, Tot Taylor, 52, of Horsham, said: “We wanted something annoying and he’s come up with the Go Compare man and I think it’s incredible.
“It’s very life-like; some people say it’s too good to burn and other people say burn him down, put him to the stake!
“I’m trying to find a way to get some lighting down to the bonfire so people can actually see him.”
The piece of art has been on display under big umbrellas in the pub’s patio for around a week.
The manager added: “It’s gone down extremely well with everyone that’s walked in.
“Some have said there cannot be a better person to go on the fire.”
Tot will run a barbecue and beer garden party from 5pm with the bonfire and fireworks display to start at 7pm.
He suggested visitors travelling by car to arrive earlier in the day.
The bonfire will be followed by an optional fancy dress bonfire-Halloween disco with a prize for the best outfit.
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