Every year in Edenbridge, the town's bonfire society spends days constructing and burning an effigy of a figure who has spent some time in headlines.
Previous 'victims' include Cherie Blair, Jonathan Ross and Lance Armstrong.
This year UKIP leader Nigel Farage turned down an invitation to attend the burning, triggering speculation that he was the target. But no. Emma Wilkinson reveals all:
An effigy of controversial Portuguese politician José Manuel Barroso will be burnt in Edenbridge tonight.
For 20 years, the Edenbridge Bonfire Society has built and exploded a 'celebrity guy'
This year's victim is the exiting President of the EU Commission.
The Edenbridge Bonfire Society will unveil which unpopular celebrity, politician or sports personality will be made in to an effigy and burned at their annual bonfire event, later.
Previous 'victims' have included Apprentice contestant, Katie Hopkins; shamed cyclist Lance Armstrong and model Katie Price.
Detectives investigating a robbery in Edenbridge have released an e-fit image of a man they would like to speak to.
A car driver and a passenger were attacked on 26 June after they had stopped because two men were blocking the road.
The victim’s had been travelling along Lingfield Road at around 10.55pm when they first noticed two men standing in the street close to the junction with Coomb Field.
After the driver had stopped the car one of the men reached through his window.
He grabbed the keys from the ignition and punched the driver in the face before running off.
The passenger in the car gave chase but was then set upon by the second man who repeatedly punched him in the head.
As the driver of the vehicle then tried to help his friend he was punched again by the man who had had first attacked him and who had reappeared from an alleyway.
One of the men then leaned through the driver’s door and stole a laptop from the back seat, before they both fled when another vehicle began to approach the scene.
Officers have now released an e-fit of one of the men.
He was described as white and aged between 30 and 40. He was of medium build with very short hair and was wearing a tan coloured cardigan.
The second offender was white, aged 17 to 19 and around 5ft 6ins tall. He had short light brown hair and was wearing a blue long sleeved jumper.
A coroner has recorded a verdict of misadventure after a teenager was killed during a major storm in October last year. Bethany Freeman, 17, died when a tree fell on the caravan she was sleeping in at her home in Hever. We report from Tunbridge Wells Coroner's Court.
An inquest into the death of a Kent schoolgirl, who was killed when a tree fell onto the caravan she was sleeping in, has recorded a verdict of death by misadventure.
Bethany Freeman, who was 17-years-old, died when a 30ft tree fell on the mobile home last October in Hever.
Bethany was pronounced dead at the scene following efforts to try and revive her.
Coroner Roger Hatch expressed his sympathy to the family, saying Bethany's death happened during extremely high winds which adversely affected the tree which "unfortunately and tragically landed on the caravan."
An inquest into the death of a 17-year-old girl, who was killed when a tree fell onto the caravan she was sleeping in, is due to open today.
Bethany Freeman died when a 30ft tree fell on the mobile home last October in Edenbridge during the storms.
Neighbours tried to free her but she was sadly declared dead at the scene.
Bethany and her family had been living in the mobile home while renovation work was taking place at their home nearby, according to local people.
The clear up is continuing in the south east following last night's storm. Like many roads across the Meridian region, Edenbridge High Street has been badly affected by flooding.
A hockey club held a moment of silence and a minute's applause for a former player who was killed when a tree fell on her caravan earlier this week. Bethany Freeman, 17, was asleep when the tree came down in Hever, Kent. Edenbridge Hockey Club held the tribute before a match earlier today.
Bethany was a Gold Olympic Young Ambassador in 2012, and played with several sports clubs around Kent, coaching younger girls at school and at various clubs.
Around this time every year someone somewhere receives the news that they are to be burned at the stake or at least that their thirty-foot effigy will be.
They learn that they have been picked as a Bonfire Society's annual 'guy'. Previous 'victims' have included Lance Armstrong, Cherie Blair, Katie Price, Gordon Brown and Russell Brand.
So who've they gone for this year? Well here's a clue: her effigy carries the words "speak before you think". Derek Johnson reports.