Guy Fawkes Night

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Noun1.Guy Fawkes Night - effigies of Guy Fawkes are burned on this nightGuy Fawkes Night - effigies of Guy Fawkes are burned on this night
November 5 - anniversary of the discovery of the Gunpowder Plot
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But with Guy Fawkes' Night falling on a Monday this year, Stockton Council is asking for the people who attend to help decide the 2018 date.
EVERY year we have the same morons spoiling the great British tradition of Guy Fawkes' Night by recklessly setting off their shopbought fireworks long after most of us have gone to bed for the night.
HOT mulled cider, fireworks, a bonfire and much more will be on offer on November 3 when the Welsh Perry and Cider Society celebrates Guy Fawkes' Night with a bonfire party at Blaengawney Farm, Hafodyrynys.
Meanwhile, Strathclyde Fire and Rescue dealt with 563 incidents on Guy Fawkes' night, the quietest in more than a decade.
Organised bonfires were well attended as families wrapped up against the chill and braved the odd shower of rain to get outside for Guy Fawkes' night.
Guy Fawkes' night has been replaced by Halloween - a piece of imported American rubbish right down there with junk food, gun sprees and cheerleading.
We should go back to lighting bonfires this Sunday, the last day of the Celtic year, a practice purloined to mark Guy Fawkes' night.
The culture and tradition of Guy Fawkes' Night is dying out, being replaced by huge, ordered, adult-led corporate and municipal imitations.
Police and fire officers have also been teaching comprehensive school pupils a lesson in safety ahead of Guy Fawkes' Night, and alerting them to the consequences of anti-social and dangerous behaviour.
Last year, crews tackled 284 small fires set deliberately before and during Guy Fawkes' night.