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#907968 - 2nd Nov 2014 7:40pm bonfires
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Does anyone know of any bonfires on the Wirral, I have just explained to my son that as a kid we used to build them, the green hill in wallasey, and the at the back of the lord nelson Pub mid 80s, oh god the good times, lamethrower

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#908017 - 2nd Nov 2014 9:07pm Re: bonfires [Re: the_pope]
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Looks like Leasowe the only Council one with a bonfire. I know the Farmers Arms Pub in Frankby has got a huge pile of wood ready

Community Firework Displays 2014


5 November 2014 - 6:30pm

This years free community firework displays will start at 6.30pm on Wednesday 5th November at the following locations:


•Lingham Park, Moreton - Fireworks only
•Upton Park, Upton - Fireworks only
•Woodchurch Leisure Centre - Fireworks only
•Birkenhead Park - Fireworks only
•Central Park, Wallasey - Fireworks only
•Mersey Park, Tranmere - Fireworks only
•Mayer Park, Bebington - Fireworks only
•Leasowe Adventure Playground - Fireworks and bonfire




Cost: Free

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#908178 - 3rd Nov 2014 6:14pm Re: bonfires [Re: the_pope]
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1 Public Bonfire !

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#908186 - 3rd Nov 2014 6:21pm Re: bonfires [Re: the_pope]
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I heard that there will be a bonfire and fireworks at the Black Pearl, Egremont prom. 7.30 start.
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#908203 - 3rd Nov 2014 7:16pm Re: bonfires [Re: the_pope]
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#908353 - 4th Nov 2014 9:53am Re: bonfires [Re: the_pope]
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Bonfire night is one of the brightest, most spectacular nights of the year but it’s also one of the most dangerous. It’s important to know the facts about fireworks, the dangers they pose and how to stay safe on and around November 5th.

Some Facts

Half of all firework accidents happen to children under the age of 17.
The most common injuries are to hands, followed by the eyes and face.
Throwing a firework in a street or public place is a criminal offence, with a maximum fine of £5000.
Three sparklers burning together generate the same heat as a blow-torch.
Sparklers get five times hotter than cooking oil.
You see the explosion of a firework before hearing it because sound travels at 761mph, but light travels at 671 million mph.
The word for firework in Japanese, 'hanabi', means 'fire-flower'.
Firework Safety

Fireworks can be awesome. Unfortunately, every year, people get hurt because they mess around with them. Last year over 900 people required hospital treatment from accidents involving fireworks. Make sure you’re not one of them by following these few simple rules.

Never play with fireworks - They are explosives and can hurt you.
Only adults should light or hold fireworks.
When you are watching fireworks stand well back.
Never go near a firework that has been lit. Even if it hasn’t gone off, it could still explode.
Fireworks will frighten your pets, so keep your pets safely indoors.
If you are given a sparkler: Always wear gloves. Hold it at arm’s length. When your sparkler goes out, DON’T TOUCH IT. It could still burn you, so put it in a bucket of water.
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