“Remember, remember the 5th of November…” we all know the rhyme – it’s something every British child is taught at school and Bonfire Night is a key date in the autumn calendar.
With it’s associations with Treacle Toffee, Woolly Hats and making a ‘Guy’, Bonfire Night can also be brilliantly fun for all the family. However, it’s also a potentially dangerous date if the correct precautions aren’t followed.
If you’re planning to host your own fireworks display at home this year, be sure to read these top tips beforehand, to keep you and yours safe the whole evening.
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