Bonfire Night


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effigies of Guy Fawkes are burned on this night

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Manager Paul Watson said: "For years Burntwood Leisure Centre has entertained thousands of families with their famous bonfire nights.
Superintendent Chris McKeogh said: "We know that a combination of the clocks going back followed by Halloween and Bonfire Night means a spike in crime.
A spokesman said: "As this is over Hallowe'en and leading up to Bonfire Night, we would ask the public to show extra care and vigilance.
Police and Crime Commissioner Vera Baird added: "We want everyone to enjoy Bonfire Night but public safety is a priority and I want to ensure everyone stays as safe as possible.
My two eldest daughters came home from university for bonfire night from London and Newcastle respectively.
Sadly after 400 years Bonfire Night is beginning to lose its fizz.
It is not as though we even really have a Bonfire Night in this country any more.
South Wales Police has launched Operation Bang to get tough on Hallowe'en and Bonfire Night troublemakers, with pounds 80 penalty notices and a fine of up to pounds 5,000 and, or a prison sentence in more serious cases.
Just before Halloween and Bonfire Night, West Midlands Police launched Operation Serene, aimed at reducing crime during a traditionally busy period.
The ban is certain to win the support of borough councillors in Nuneaton and Bedworth, where two dozen complaints were dealt with by Town Hall staff either side of Bonfire Night.
BONFIRE Night may be weeks away, but it's never too early to get the message out that fires and fireworks can be deadly in the wrong hands.
CHILDREN in North Tyneside will be taking lessons in safety in the run-up to Bonfire Night.
MANY people are injured in the Bonfire Night period each year on Teesside.
This time of year is the busiest period for fire crews all over the country, and Tyne and Wear Fire Service have spent the last six months preparing for the bonfire night rush.
apparently bonfire night in 1951 was marred by heavy rain, which cleared later.