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Traditionally Guy Fawkes Night is celebrated with food, a bonfire, an array of fireworks and lots of happy and excited children. It can be one of the most enjoyable evenings of the year but it’s important to realise that bonfire night is also the busiest night of the year for the fire brigade!
The safest way to celebrate is to attend an organised display where both the fireworks and bonfires are tended by experienced and careful adults. However, if you are intent on holding your own celebration then it’s imperative to recognise all of the dangers and take some safety precautions:
Only buy fireworks marked BS 7114 (the British Standard for the safety of fireworks) or the CE marking (showing they conform to European safety standards).
In an emergency:
It pays to be sensible around a bonfire but be particularly vigilant with fireworks. They may be beautiful and spectacular but it is crucial to remember that they are still incendiary devices and extremely dangerous in the wrong hands.
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