Bonfire night / Fire fight night


Bonfire Night


Remember, remember the fifth of November... Make sure you celebrate Bonfire Night in style at a spectacular  fireworks display.

Bonfire Night is also known as Fireworks' Night or Guy Fawkes Night. It's a British tradition dating back to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, when Catholic conspirator Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament and King James I.

To this day, it is customary for the cellars in the Houses of Parliament to be searched by the Yeoman of the Guard before each State Opening of Parliament.
The anniversary of Fawkes' arrest on 5 November (sometimes known as Guy Fawkes Day) is celebrated each year with bonfires and fireworks in London and around UK. 

Effigies of Guy Fawkes ("the guy") are often burned on top of the bonfires. You can look forward to numerous local firework displays close to you featuring Bonfire Night food and drink, family entertainment and funfairs.


The fire fights charity

Due so many accidents I am supporting the Fire fights charity. 
We recommend to  attend public organised firework displays  rather than set them off in their own gardens, where most injuries happen. 
Support injured firefighters on their busiest night of the year by donating to 

The Fire Fighters Charity  via a text: 

‘FIRE to 70660’

to donate £3 (possible to increase donation by texting  FIRE£5 or FIRE£10 to 70660 )
More information:

Help fight the fireworks night accidents.


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