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November 06, 2005

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Kira

Thank you for your lovely Bonfire Night pictures.
I have been describing what happens to my poor deprived American-born children. They have never been to a Bonfire Night at all.... It is still "no burn" season in California. Makes me feel very neglectful!

Tracy

It's always a lovely night and once it's out the way, it's the slippery slope to Christmas!

Yvonne

It's actually illegal in England and Wales for anyone under 16 to have a firework in a public area - if they are over 10 they could be arrested! If it's in your own grounds or other private property and with the consent of the owners then it is ok.

Guess how many referrals on this subject have hit my caseload intray has this morning!!

Carol

How I miss fireworks night! Thanks for the photos and memories!

dawn

How very typical of lambeth. Mr Jobsworth doing his job. You look like you're having a great time. I missed everything this year, though I could see the crystal palace displays from the SE london flat!

Dawn:)

Andrea

Looks like a great time was had by all. We gave it a miss this year (though viewed lots of lovely fireworks from the window) as the weather was terrible. We went to the cinema instead so they still had a treat - especially as we will be going again on Nov 18th for Harry Potter!

Andrea

Looks like a great time was had by all. We gave it a miss this year (though viewed lots of lovely fireworks from the window) as the weather was terrible. We went to the cinema instead so they still had a treat - especially as we will be going again on Nov 18th for Harry Potter!

Andrea

oops - didn't mean to double post - after clicking "post" the first time the message "page cannot be displayed" came up so I hit back and clicked post again - and the 1st had gone through OK!

Lesley

5th November hasn't been celebrated here for many, many years. Sale of fireworks to the public is illegal in New South Wales and any fireworks displays must be properly organised and licensed. Sort of takes the fun out of the whole thing really. "Cracker Night" is held in June here - middle of Winter and very small risk of a spark starting bushfires.

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