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#358712 - 20th Oct 2009 10:00am Wirral Council Community Firework Displays
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Community Firework Displays 2009

This years community firework displays will be held on Thursday 5th November 2009 at the following venues.

Birkenhead Park, Park Drive, Birkenhead,

Central Park, Liscard Road, Wallasey,

Lingham Park, Town Meadow Lane, Moreton,

Mayer Park, The Village, Bebington,

Upton Park, Manor Drive, Upton,

Mersey Park, Downham Road, Tranmere,

Woodchurch Community Centre, Carr Bridge Road, Woodchurch,

Leasowe Adventure Playground, Leasowe.

Time: 6.30pm
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#358713 - 20th Oct 2009 10:08am Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: MissGuided]
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Fireworks!

Already got 3 big ones (pardon!)

Waiting for firework shops to open to buy more grin
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#358714 - 20th Oct 2009 10:26am Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: BMW Joe]
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Have you tried Cheshire Club Supplies, top of Biddy Ave?
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#358717 - 20th Oct 2009 10:31am Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: MissGuided]
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Thats where everyone should go, to an organised firework display, a lot safer i think, how these things are still sold in shops to the general public is beyond me. I know most people are sensible in the handling of such things and yet year after year we still have accidents, bad burns, loss of eyes and disfigurements, and that's not including what the idiots get up to. Last year i thought it was quieter than most years, lets hope the penny is starting to drop and the public are finally realizing what a waste of money they are.
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#358722 - 20th Oct 2009 10:39am Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: bert1]
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What I never understand is why you still hear people in their back gardens still letting fireworks off AFTER the 5th! Do they not like sharing the night sky with other fireworks??

Idiots.

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#358767 - 20th Oct 2009 11:40am Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: ]
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That's another thing, if there going to allow fireworks, they should only be let off on the 5th. Also last year i found a spent rocket out front, The rocket head was about 12" long and attached to something that resembled half a broom stick. If that hit someone on the head, it could kill them.
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#358797 - 20th Oct 2009 12:36pm Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: bert1
we still have accidents, bad burns, loss of eyes and disfigurements, and that's not including what the idiots get up to.
A&E and surgeons would have no one to practice on if you totally banned them bert grin

Originally Posted By: PaulWirral
What I never understand is why you still hear people in their back gardens still letting fireworks off AFTER the 5th! Do they not like sharing the night sky with other fireworks??

Idiots.
Sometimes its easier to have a bonfire party at the weekend so everyone can get pissed before they wander over to the explosives to light them grin
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#358814 - 20th Oct 2009 1:10pm Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: MissGuided]
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everey day till january from the 5th i hear fireworks night after night after night. it's always a bunch of chav's lighting them from the nannies. no wonder i'm getting sleep depraved.

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#358869 - 20th Oct 2009 3:18pm Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: MissGuided]
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Originally Posted By: Snooze
Have you tried Cheshire Club Supplies, top of Biddy Ave?

Been there, theyves only got a few

Got a few of the ones less than a tenner

The bigger ones looked crap and the biggest set, I wasnt paying 30 for 2!

Yeah, I agree, no need to set them off after the 5th until NYE.

A few testers before the 5th though don't go a miss
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#358870 - 20th Oct 2009 3:21pm Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: BMW Joe]
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Joe they are selling them in Sainsbury's in Upton, probably other supermarkets are as well. I got some decent things from ASDA last year. Might just do hand-burners for the kids this year and drag them into the cold night for Birkenhead Park display raftl Although Ben watched a firework safety vid at school last week and got all excited about catherine wheels etc omg
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#358906 - 20th Oct 2009 4:16pm Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: MissGuided]
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We had a firework party + put one in the ground too deep. So it didnt take off+ we all had to run into the kitchen quick. Cud have been nasty.
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#359079 - 20th Oct 2009 11:59pm Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: RUDEBOX]
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The ones in Sainsburys look poo and too expensive.

Tesco ones are poo aswell.

Not seen the Asda ones.

Normally cheaper and better from the fireworks shop in Wallasey
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#359097 - 21st Oct 2009 7:41am Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: PaulWirral
What I never understand is why you still hear people in their back gardens still letting fireworks off AFTER the 5th! Do they not like sharing the night sky with other fireworks??

Idiots.


I dont think its fair to brand them idiots to be honest. last year i worked from 4pm on 5th til 7am on the 6th so i basically missed the whole bonfire night "celebration" and so did my little lad and missus. i dont see the harm in letting off a few rockets on the 6th because of things like this.

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#360368 - 25th Oct 2009 4:19pm Re: Wirral Council Community Firework Displays [Re: DJ_Karl_David]
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Yerrrr should be good pix this year
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