Norfolk Firework Displays 2015
Remember, Remember The Fifth Of NovemberGunpowder, 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 7th November 2015Gates Open = 5pm for funfair / stalls / bonfire / music and refreshments. Bonfire Lit = 6pmFireworks = 7.30pmKings LynnFriday 6th November 2015Bonefire Lit = 6.30pmFireworks = 8pmNorwich City Centre DisplayFriday 6th November 2015Fireworks = 7.30pm
Corpusty VillageSaturday 7th November 2015A costume torched procession through the village to the green forBonfire & Fireworks. 5pm - 9pm. RefreshmentsSouth Walsham Village Hall / Playing FieldSaturday 7th November 2015Gates Open = 6.30 pmBonfire = 7pmFireworks = 7.30pmThe Lighthouse Inn, WalcottBattle of Britain Fireworks DisplayFriday 6th November 2015Gates Open = 5.30pmFireworks = 7.15pmOverstrand Pauls Lane Car-ParkSaturday 7th November 2015Bonfire = 6.30pmFireworks 7pmFirework 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
Stay safe and have fun everyone.