Norfolk Firework Displays
Published: Friday 10th Oct 2014
Written by: Laura Foster
Remember, Remember The Fifth Of November
Gunpowder, Treason And Plot.
I See No Reason Why Gunpowder Treason,
Should Ever Be Forgot.
Did you know?!?
Up until 1959, it was actually illegal not to celebrate Bonfire night in Britain!
Even today, whenever a new session is opened in Parliament, the Yeoman of the Guard will search the basement making sure no one is hiding!
After the plot, a rule was made that a roman catholic cannot become King or Queen – this rule is still in place today.
The gunpowder that was to be used was so old, it is a widespread belief that the plan wouldn't have worked anyway!
When executed, Fawkes was described as the 'romantic caped figure of such evil villainy'
Here is just a selection of Firework displays taking place around Norfolk.
Hunstanton Cliff Top Car-parkSaturday 1st NovemberGates Open = 5pm for funfair / stalls / bonfire / music and refreshments. Bonfire Lit = 6pmFireworks = 7.20pm
Kings LynnThursday 6th November 2014Starts = 6pm rides & stallsBonefire Lit = 6.30pmFireworks = 8pm
Norwich City Centre DisplayFriday 7th November 2014Fireworks = 7.30pm
Corpusty VillageSaturday 8th November 2014A costume torched procession through the village to the green starting at 6pm.Bonfire Lit & Fireworks from 8pm. Refreshments
South Walsham Village Playing FieldSaturday 8th November 2014Gates Open = 6.30 pmGuy Fawkes Competition = 7pmFireworks = 7.30pm
The Lighthouse Inn, WalcottFriday 7th November 2014Gates Open = 5.30pm
Overstrand Pauls Lane Car-ParkSaturday 8th November 2014Gates Open = 6.45pmBarbecue = 7pmFireworks 7.30pm
Firework SafetyLight fireworks at arm’s lengthNever go back to a firework that has been lit, even if unexplodedNever put fireworks onto a bonfireNever put fireworks in your pocketNever throw fireworksAlways supervise children around fireworksLight sparklers one at a time, wear gloves and put in bucket of water or sand when finishedNever give sparklers to a child under fiveKeep pets indoors