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Bonfire Night News & Updates

Two years ago Maisie Roe (now 6 years old) was badly burned on Bonfire night, November 5 by an ordinary garden firework. Since this awful event Stephanie, her mother, has been very keen to raise awareness of the dangers of having fireworks at home and is asking parents to take their children to organised displays.
Whilst the weather is getting colder, a BBQ might not be the first thing that comes to mind. But if you got the right tools you could be tucking into the ultimate winter feast. With a firm believe that BBQ’s are not just for summertime, local Devon outdoor Experts BigFire Ltd say their KADAI Indian fire-pit is a top notch winter companion.
Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service have been working alongside the National Fire Chiefs Council and a North Devon family to highlight the potential dangers of having a firework display at home.
Have a safe Bonfire Night
Have a safe Bonfire Night
Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service are working are alongside both Devon & Cornwall police and Avon & Somerset police as we want everyone to have a safe Bonfire night.
Have a safe Bonfire Night
Have a safe Bonfire Night
Watching fireworks is popular and fun and Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service want you to have a safe Bonfire Night by following some simple do’s and don’ts risks can be greatly reduced.
Tuesday 5th Sal’s Café in Mill Street open from 6.00 am for a Tar Barrel breakfast
The gates open at 6 pm Admission only £2 for kids and £5 for adults
Everyone welcome gates open 6 pm live music at 8.30
Whether you are organising a display for your friends, family or the general public the storage, handling and use of fireworks must be done with the utmost care.
Firefighters in Exeter will be helping people stay safe this Bonfire Night – by organising their own public fireworks party.
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