Remember remember, the fifth of November, gunpowder, treason and plot. Guy Fawkes night is an exciting night in the winter calendar, with lots of fireworks, beautiful displays and bonfire fun.
But when it comes to fire, it can easily become dangerous, so we've compiled some top tips from Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service for a safe bonfire night to help you and your family enjoy the fireworks and fire.
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31 October - Check your local weather forecast if you are planning to celebrate Halloween.
5 November - Check the Ottery St. Mary weather forecast if you are heading to tar barrels this bonfire night.
All those heading to fireworks displays on 5 November will be hoping for clear skies.
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