The lighting of the fireworks is a part of a much loved tradition in Britain on Bonfire Night as families all over the country attend organised firework displays or light their own at home.
Fireworks are a lot of fun for the whole family, but it must be remembered that they can be highly dangerous and extra precaution must be taken when kids are around.
Keep little ones at a safe distance when it comes to bonfires and fireworks and ensure they don’t creep up the garden to get near the fireworks to ‘help’.


Consider ear plugs or defenders for younger children as some like to watch the fireworks but are frightened by the noise. Before you blow your face off with some awesome fireworks this 4th of July, check out some of these interesting facts about them.
People in the UK, Australia and New Zealand celebrate this day with lighting fireworks, bonfires and burning an effigy to remember Guy Fawkes’ failed attempt to blow up Parliament in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605.






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