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New fireworks added to the collection! 

Posted by Sat Banwait on

We have some new fireworks to add to the collection of the other great ones we sell!
They are all from one of the major known brands in the UK Hallmark. They are all up on the website...take a look now.

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Buy 1 get 1 free on cake sparklers and ice fountains

Posted by Sat Banwait on

We all love a bargain and we have some beauties for you. We recently got hold of some Hallmark birthday cake or cupcake sparklers, along with some silver ice fountains that can also be used for cakes or bottles (sometimes called champagne sparklers). 

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St Patrick's Day

Posted by Sat Banwait on

This Wednesday is St Patrick's Day, a few facts as to why this day is a special one:
Saint Patrick's Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick, is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17th March, the traditional death date of St Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland.

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Thank you, Luton

Posted by Sat Banwait on

We wanted to thank you Luton for both your patience and loyalty during these hard times. As our showroom is not open as usual and only open for click and collect at the door, we wanted to thank you on how you have worked with us to still allow you to buy your fireworks. There have often been times where some of you have come to the door but have not ordered and we have therefore been unable to serve you, but your patience and understanding has meant you were always happy to go away, place an order and come back. ...

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Top 10 world record for fireworks

Posted by Rajinder Grewal on

Let's explore some of the Guiness world records related to fireworks. The following explosive records have been taken from the Guinness world records website site. 1. Largest aerial firework shell On 9 September 2014, the largest aerial firework is fired at the Japanese Katakai-Matsuri Festival in Honshu, Japan. Now an annual event, the "Yonshakudama" shell is loaded into a pipe canon every 9th and 10th September.   It is fired to a height of around 850 m (2,700 ft) and was measured to bloom into a rosette form of about 800 m (2,624 ft) in diameter.   At 120 cm...

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