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Bonfire Night News & Updates

Two of London's most popular fireworks displays are taking place in Wimbledon Park and Morden Park in November 2016.
Whilst we may be a little less enthusiastic about letting children wander the streets asking strangers for sweets, there's no excuse for NOT hosting the spookiest Halloween party of them all. In fact, us Brits are pretty good at throwing parties, aren't we?
Listen, we love fireworks and bonfires. They really are spectacular and the memories will live on forever, but it's a serious event and people (and houses) can get seriously hurt and damaged. We've whittled down the most important and helpful information you need to know before you hold your own display.
Fireworks can be exciting magical to us humans, but not all of our furry friends are accustomed to loud noises. If your pet is anxious around loud noises, it's time to act now.
Keeping safe on Bonfire night
Keeping safe on Bonfire night
Bonfire night is usually a fun and magical evening for all, however it does come with its dangers. We've found the most important and valuable information you need to know before you get the fireworks out.
We're big fans of Halloween and conjured up some terrifying tips for how to throw a harrowing Halloween party.
Two of London's most popular fireworks displays take place in Wimbledon Park and Morden Park this November.
Autumn in the Garden
Autumn in the Garden
The flowers might be wilting and you've almost used up your glut of tomatoes, but Autumn is still a busy time in the garden...
There are some great bonfire and firework displays in Wimbledon and Merton this year. See below for details
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