Bonfire Night

Your Turn: Bonfire Night

In Britain, 5 November is Bonfire Night, the anniversary of a plot to kill the king.

In 1605 a man called Guy Fawkes was part of a plan to blow up the English parliament, but he was discovered and didn't succeed. To celebrate this day, people usually go to a fireworks display and burn a model of Guy Fawkes on a big fire!

Do you have a celebration with fireworks in your country? Or do you have a special day for any characters from history? Tell us about it and how you celebrate! 

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Submitted by PurpleBlueFairy on Fri, 19/06/2020 - 12:04

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In my county we celebrated the independent 's day. We eat some traditional food such as patty and quince pie. We wear a cockade.

Submitted by QueenPurpleWitch on Thu, 30/04/2020 - 04:18

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In my country, we celebrate eid day. In Malay language we call 'Hari Raya Aidilfitri'. The day is celebrate for someone had fasting.

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