THE MAGAZINE ABOUT FIREWORKS FOR OVER 30 YEARS
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Fireworks is published
February and July.
issues), by cheque,
(£14 Europe; £18 outside Europe)
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Fireworks, PO Box 40
Bexhill TN40 1GX
- The Fireworks (Safety) Regulations 1997: Reveals the restrictions that weren't publicised
- Schedule 2: The Hidden Abolition: Many of our commonly used, safe, display fireworks are now forbidden - our analysis of Schedule 2 shows how
- Pain's and Wessex: the Turbulent Years: John Bennett traces their history through troubled times. What did happen when the two companies combined?
- The Fireworks Bill: The legislation has not finished. Will the new legislation bring more restrictions - or new training measures - or both?
- The Shell Survey: Would training be practicable - Paul White, with the evidence of his painstaking research - provides the answer
- Letter from America: Larry in England - and on the web
- Firework Displays over the Last Century: Ron Lancaster traces their history
- Malta: Land of Fireworks: Rob Driessen provides a picturesque account
- Belle Vue Gardens: Lou Nadin rolls back the years and the famous Firework Island lives again
- The Tom Smith Report: Tom focuses on training
- Directory and Trade News: The details you need in a fast changing industry: 65 companies listed and news of those in trouble
- The Paul White Cartoon: It's a serious message - but you have to laugh!
- Inquest Reports: on the two shell deaths. It was not as reported
- Festival Fireworks in Monaco - 1992: Chris Pearce recalls the year we were proud to be British
- Dean Fireworks: Peter Stone tells the story of difficult times of Britain's newest manufacturer
- Down Under: there's news from a country with too much firework regulation from Barry Sturman
- Guy Fawkes reflecting the importance of recent legislation and plans
- Books and Publications: six new books, one new video, two new periodicals
- Round-up of news and information
- Many nostalgic illustrations, with colour pictures of Pain's fireworks, and Wilhelm Widenmann's Love letters firework
- Display Diary insert
- Training schemes - will the Government legislate? It seems more likely
- The end of major British manufacturing? Astra gone
- Whither Standard?
- Research into emissions from fireworks - will they hit us with that next?
- Nostalgic firework literature described
- Octavius Hunt - end of fireworks
- New British manufacturers
- Rocket journal comes to Britain
- Chris Pearce provides an analytical account of a firework dictionary
- DTI press conference on firework consultation - were you invited? No nor were we
- Newspaper attacks nanny state on fireworks
- Three new operator training courses
- Two new firework trade organisations formed in Britain - and BPA open door - you're no longer too small
- Hong Kong - Kimbolton & Black Cat
- Bright metal colour stars and delay shells are here
- An ex-firework research chemist not allowed to fire shells
- Rip raps weren't jumping crackers but cracker strings
- Folded quickmatch jumping jacks
- We hear from Madame Hengler's great great great great grandson!
- Defeatist Britain - did we invite firework bans?
- Firework formulae collection: Terry Macdonald on Jersey.
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