12 tips for keeping children safe on Bonfire Night

2022-11-27 12:41:18 By : Ms. Kitty Dai

Fireworks, flames and sparklers galore, Bonfire Night is a spectacle that kicks off winter with a bang. But it also presents some dangers. Follow our tips so you will always Remember, Remember the 5th of November for all the right reasons.

Bonfire Night is actually a celebration of the infamous failed Gunpowder Plot in 1605. Guy Fawkes, along with 12 other men, planned to blow up the House of Parliament in an attempt to re-establish Catholic rule in England. However, the men were betrayed and their plan was uncovered, much to the delight of King James I who was the intended target. November 5 was made a national day of celebration, and it was compulsory to celebrate up until 1959 in the UK! Magnesium Fire Starter

12 tips for keeping children safe on Bonfire Night

To this day, many of us still celebrate November 5, however, it’s more of an opportunity to huddle around a cosy bonfire, marvel as fireworks light up the night sky, and tuck into some tasty treats. But, with all these explosions and open fires, keeping yourself and your children safe is the number one priority, whether you’re at a venue or in your own back garden. So, here are our top tips for keeping your kids safe on Bonfire Night.

Following these tips will help make sure your Bonfire Night is a magical time for all the family. And at FCA, that’s all we want for our foster children – magical moments with a loving family. If you think you could open up your heart and home to a vulnerable child in need, we’d love to hear from you. There are many children who desperately need a home, and yours could be the perfect one for them. Please get in touch today, or download our Beginner’s Guide to Fostering a Child to find out everything you need to know about the process and what’s involved.

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