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THE BONFIRE'S BUILT AND THE FIREWORKS ARE READY

So do come and join the fun!

There'll be the usual big fire lit at 5.30 pm to keep you warm with a " Guy Fawkes" on top. Some say he looked like Donald Trump last year. Who will he look like this year?

The gates open at 5pm and firework display will be even better than last year too , starting at about 6 pm so don't be late or you'll miss it .

There's a mulled wine drink for the grown-ups and a soft drink for the children included in the admission price and tea/ coffee hot dogs burgers & chips etc on sale at reasonable prices on site.

Who knows what the weather will be like but wrap up warm , wear some old clothes as there might be a few sparks blowing from the bonfire, and put on your wellies because it will be a bit muddy. Bring your torch and come and enjoy a great Guy Fawkes Night.

That's Henbury Millennium Green, Church Lane Henbury, SK11 9NN.

See you there!!

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