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THE MAGAZINE ABOUT FIREWORKS FOR OVER 30 YEARS

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Issue 49

Issue 49

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HISTORY AND NOSTALGIA

Ian Craig remembers his time at Wells Fireworks - and Phoenix
Recollections of the 1940s and 1950s (from Michael Baldwin) and 1970s and 1980s by Christopher Brain
History of Brock’s Crystal Palace displays

NEWS AND INFORMATION

LEGISLATION, REGULATIONS: MSER, UN Classification, LOCEF

CARTOONS by Sturtz; ILLUSTRATIONS of old fireworks, dummies in colour and display pictures from the best firework photographers; LETTERS; BOOK REVIEW by Chris Pearce; NEW BOOKS, VIDEOS, DVDs; ROUND UP of news and information

FEATURES

Tyne on Fire
Trafalgar 200 Celebrations
Fountains of Light Exhibition at Aldershot
Fireworks in New Zealand
Angelfire Pyrotechnics
Visit to St Michael’s, Lija, Malta
Women Pyrotechnicians

REGULARS:

Barry Sturman’s report from Down Under; Ron Lancaster’s look at the firework scene; John Woodhead’s news from the BFA; News from the BPA covered by Chris Pearce; Charles Weeth, providing news from across The Pond

INCLUDED:

Tender for displays; Beijing reverses ban; Primrose Hill; Ellie Turner - her forebear arrested Guy Fawkes; Safety advice: shell racks; New HSE Guidance; Free DVD for Fireworks readers; Changes to product classification; LOCEF under review; Firework training; Following Zebbug; Disney and environmental measures; Imperial; First firework fatality - 5 Nov 1696? Alton Towers development; Maurice Evans at the Antiques Roadshow

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