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Bonfire Night Guidance

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After a recent visit from PC Nick, our Year 6 Communication Officers have provided some Bonfire Night guidance for us all to be aware of!

PC Nick says 'Follow this excellent advice'.
Bonfire Night

  • Build your bonfire in an open space away from buildings, overhead cables and trees.
  • Do not stand too close to the bonfire to avoid setting your clothes on fire. If your clothes do catch fire stop what you are doing, drop to the ground and roll over to extinguish the flames.
  • Keep a bucket of water or a garden hose at the ready in case of an emergency.
  • Pour water on the bonfire embers before you leave.

    Always follow the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service's Firework Code

  • Stand well back
  • Keep pets indoors
  • Keep fireworks in a closed box
  • Only buy fireworks that are CE marked
  • Light at arm's length, using a taper
  • Follow the instructions on each firework
  • Never give sparklers to a child under five
  • Don't drink alcohol if setting off fireworks
  • Always supervise children around fireworks
  • Light sparklers one at a time and wear gloves
  • Never put fireworks in your pocket or throw them
  • Never go near a firework that has been lit — even if it hasn't gone off it could still explode

    Sparkler Advice

  • Children should always be supervised when using sparklers; they should wear gloves holding one at a time at arm's length. They should not wave sparklers near anyone else or run with them.
  • When a sparkler has burnt out put it hot end down into a bucket of water.
  • Public firework displays will be too crowded to use sparklers safely.
  • Do not hold a baby or child whilst using sparklers.

    We hope you all enjoy Bonfire Night and stay safe!

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