Organisers of the event have vowed to bring along a sound system to replay the sound of Big Ben's chimes at 11pm. #LoveBigBen. The Big Ben must bong for Brexit campaign'.
Conservative Brexiteer Mark Francois dug deep into his pockets, contributing £1,000.
He said: "This is a matter for the House, who have indicated they will not accept the money from the public to fundraise for this..."
Brexit-backing lawmakers are campaigning for it to strike at the moment Britain leaves the European Union - 11 p.m. (2300GMT) on January 31.
While a Number 10 source told The Telegraph: "I don't think we ever thought that it would be as complex as the House of Commons authorities have since set out".
'On the eve of the single biggest change that Britain will undergo - arguably since the end of the Second World War - the House of Commons Commission, it appears, is determined to leave Big Ben mute.
The cabinet will meet outside London on the week of 31 January, in a bid to highlight the government's plans for "levelling-up" regions outside London - and throw the focus forward to the future.
Mr Francois remarked on Mr Johnson appearing to go back on his word, saying: "As the prime minister effectively initiated this campaign live on TV two days ago, and as we are clearly going to hit the target, he would be mad to back away from it".
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'It's very hard for us to say to people they should contribute money when the whole thing might still be turned down by Parliament.
"The commission believes it is important to weigh up the costs this would involve if Big Ben is to chime on 31 January", said Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle earlier this week.
"It is a big moment in the history of this nation to celebrate", Farage said on Wednesday. That also includes the cost of building a temporary floor in the belfry and then removing it again.
"There are some that don't, they can watch Netflix or do whatever they want to do", he said.
Last night another Commons source said No10 could have pushed the issue by forcing a vote in Parliament.
Big Ben has been silenced since 2017 with renovations under way, but ardent Brexiteers have called for the work to be paused so the bell can ring in the new relationship at an estimated cost of £500,000.
But the campaign group Stand Up 4 Brexit set up an online appeal to raise the money, collecting more than £200,000 by Friday evening.
'I find it unbelievable that this wasn't arranged ahead of time and at reasonable expense just like it has been with every other significant event.