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FIREWORK SAFETY

 

Once again, Bonfire Night is nearly upon us. It is such a wonderful time to have fun but we want all our families to keep safe at this time. Therefore, it is very important to follow firework safety guidelines as this will help you to make careful choices, be safe and still have great fun.

 

Be Safe on Bonfire Night

 

Never play with fireworks They are explosives and can hurt you.

Always keep fireworks in a closed box and always follow the instructions on the box.

Only adults should light or hold fireworks.

When you are watching fireworks stand well back.

Never go near a firework that has been lit. Even if it hasn’t gone off, it could still explode.

Fireworks will frighten your pets, so keep your pets safely indoors.

If you are given a sparkler:

Always wear gloves. Hold it at arm’s length. When your sparkler goes out, DON’T TOUCH IT. It could still burn you, so put it in a bucket of water.

 

Never let off fireworks in public places such as streets or parks. 

 

For further advice about firework and bonfire safety, there are many websites. The website link below does provide some additional safety information.

http://www.saferfireworks.com/family/index.htm

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