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LLANDEGFAN: Bonfire and fireworks display at the Penycefn Inn on Saturday, November 4.
All of the funds raised from the pair of bonfire nights will be donated back into the community to good causes.
Organisers, supporters and players who had spent three weeks building the bonfire at their Stafflex Arena complex at Storthes Hall feared that with only a week to gather new wood they would have to cancel their annual Bonfire and Firework Extravaganza.
Facebook's Bonfire app was first spotted by (https://twitter.
On any bonfire, regardless of what part of our city it occurs in, it is never right and it should not be acceptable for a flag of any description, whether it's a Union Jack or Tricolour or Polish flag or any other flag, to be burnt on a bonfire.
13 March 2017 - Oregon, US-based marketing agency Bonfire Marketing has acquired Oregon, US-based digital agency Response Capture to add demand generation and marketing automation skills to its offerings, the company said.
tHOUSANDS of firework lovers turned out at events across Wales last night to watch the skies light up for Bonfire Night.
TRIBUTES have been paid to one of the stalwarts who made Skinningrove's famous bonfire roar.
com)-- Bonfire Outerwear released the full movie and first installation of its anticipated Free Range video series.
FIREFIGHTERS in Merseyside attended 79 fires caused from anti-social behaviour on Bonfire Night.
The Environment Agency is asking people who are planning on having a Guy Fawkes bonfire to make sure that they only burn small amounts of paper, leaves, wood and cardboard and the waste is kept securely before being burned.