Did You Enjoy Bonfire Night To The Fullest?
5th of November is one of the most exciting nights for all generations. With the magical fireworks and atmosphere, it has the potential to be everybody’s favourite holiday.
Bonfire night offers a good reason to meet up with friends, have a BBQ and watch some fireworks. However, Bonfire Night involves many dangerous aspects that require your attention in order to ensure everything is safe. An even more difficult task involves supervising children because of the excitement around the celebration.
Having kids at your Bonfire party requires your full attention, especially when the fireworks are not inside their boxes and are preparing to be lit. Even the most well behaved children might be tempted to check what the ‘glittering thing is’ and end up in a dangerous situation.
Using sparkles can be a good way of keeping toddlers entertained and away from dangerous zones. However, you need to make sure you only give sparkles to kids over 5 years of age and they need to be wearing gloves.
Fireworks, on the other hand, are an essential part of the whole celebration and you will want to have some to entertain your guests. Having fireworks in the garden, however, might be hazardous. You should always follow the instructions and make sure that you have given enough space to launch them. In addition, it might be a good idea to tell your neighbours beforehand, and make sure they are ok with the noise and are keeping a safe distance from the fireworks.
This year, after the big party in the garden, the luckiest families were watching their neighbours’ fireworks from the comfort of their 5 Star Conservatory.
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