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THE MAGAZINE ABOUT FIREWORKS FOR OVER 36 YEARS

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Back issues

Issue 42

Issue 42

sponsored by Kimbolton Fireworks

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British Fireworks Association set up John Woodhead explains why

British Pyrotechnists' Society Richard Harwood describes a new organisation - with free membership

Making gunpowder and fireworks on Malta Nigel Village has done it - illustrated article

That magnificent St Patrick's Day Display in Dublin Oli Coleman was there to describe it

Antipodean Jottings Barry Sturman on things Down Under

Internet Round Up Larry Crump surfs the web for fireworks

British Firework Championships Natasha Webb provides the details

The Wallop Fireworks Story John Bennett continues the detailed history and brings Wallop fireworks back to life

Letter from America Larry Crump considers State-side issues

News from the BPA from Ron Lancaster

Firework Safety through common sense Chris Case reports - and it works!

In at the Deep End Plunged into firework action. It was great says Tim Ashton

A Correspondence A Reader provides a tongue-in-cheek exchange between anti-firework campaigners

Firework Exhibition at Waltham Abbey Don't miss it

Northern Ireland Ban on Fireworks John Woodhead says it's absurd

Blue Moon and Britannia - explained Lee Smith describes their development

EIG Report Tom Smith reports on important developments

AND... Letters; Round Up; Editorial; Pictorial Nostalgia - Brock's, Wallop factory, cartoons; Pictures of Malta, St Patrick's Day; Reviews of important new books and videos; Directory of 100 companies; Books & Publications

WITH: The survey of firework companies' views on the air bomb ban - and legislation; Two private members' bills to ban fireworks; Back Bench Parliamentary Committee formed - not good news; Fireworks illegal in Australia - don't worry, just don't put your correct name and address; More deaths from Christmas lights than fireworks; MSER - draft here at last; New EIG web site; Chinese factories close because of dangers; Enschede outcome; Gunpowder which belonged to Guy? The forthcoming firework championships; Astra factory reprieve? Gunpowder post card reprinted; HSE disputes maroon information; Hummers still around? Bruce Morland brings us up to date; Brock's history.

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