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Firework displays should be enjoyable and
spectacular occasions, and the safest place to enjoy them and
minimise the risk of getting hurt is at properly organised public
Such displays are regulated by the Health & Safety
Executive (HSE), which has guidance for organisers on its
Fireworks can also be
safely enjoyed within the grounds of your home by
fireworks safety code. You should consider neighbours and
pets when planning a display and in general, displays should be
held no later than 10pm.
The law states that fireworks cannot be let off in
between the hours of 11pm and 7am. On bonfire night this is
extended to midnight and on New Years Eve, Chinese New Year and
Diwali fireworks cannot be fired between the hours of 1am -
This year Diwali is on
the Sunday 3 November
Guy Fawkes Night is on November 5.
Fireworks and other explosives.
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