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To stay safe and avoid accidents, we recommend you go to an organised event when celebrating Bonfire Night.
If you want to organise an event you can get further information from the Health and Safety Executive web pages on how to organise a safe public firework display. It is aimed at organisations with no specialist knowledge.
To stay safe and avoid accidents, we recommend you attend an organised event when celebrating Bonfire Night.
We need YOUR help to get bonfires removed.
If you want to report a bonfire being built in your area contact customer services
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Tel: 08085 834333
The Blue Cross, Britain's pet charity, offers advice and support to pet owners whose animals are terrified by the bangs and flashes caused by fireworks.
You must not throw or set off fireworks in any public place.
In addition, you must not set them off between 11pm and 7am. The only exceptions to this are on Bonfire Night (5 November), New Year's Eve, Diwali and Chinese New Year.