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    Bonfire Night

    Shortie861 Oct 28, 2015

    1. Shortie861

      Shortie861 Administrator Staff Member

      Whilst I know not everyone celebrates Bonfire Night as it's a UK thing it's always interesting to hear about those that do and what they have planned :)

      This year we will probably be watching others fireworks and having hot dogs, burgers and toffee apples :) we were planning on heading to the beach to watch a display there but it's weather permitting and is also quite late for the kids as well being that they have school the next day so we will be missing that but I am sure there will be plenty to see around.

      What do you have planned for Bonfire Night?
    2. steel bat

      steel bat Chat Addict

      In what universe can it be sensible to allow any just idiot to simply walk into a shop and buy explosive devices ?

      Organised firework displays can be breathtaking and spectacular - but need to be properly administered and licensed.
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    3. Shortie861

      Shortie861 Administrator Staff Member

      In this day and age I will admit it does seem quite dangerous now to allow just anyone to walk in off the street, admit they are of age and purchase fireworks. They are after all explosive devices and allowing just anyone something like that can prove fatal.