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  • Title: British Fireworks Association
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. |.. Members list.. |.. Consumers.. Retailers.. Members Area.. Contacts.. Links.. The British Fireworks Association.. The British Fireworks Association (BFA) was founded in 2002 and represents the majority of the UK's manufacturers and importers of consumer fireworks.. The BFA members are represented on committees throughout the UK and Europe where fireworks are on the agenda.. The aim of the BFA is to promote the safe and sensible use of fireworks that are manufactured and tested to  ...   laws on fireworks.. Site content.. The content and information available on the site is split into three categories:.. Advice on organising your own display, product safety.. Licencing and registration, storage, risk assessments etc.. Members.. A members only area.. Latest News.. Pyrotechnic Articles (Safety) Regulations 2010.. Fireworks History.. Want to be a member?.. Click here to follow a link to membership criteria.. Or contact the BFA Secretary.. info@b-f-a.. org.. About Us.. Contact Us.. | 2010 The British Fireworks Association..

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  • Title: Contact
    Descriptive info: Chairman.. Vice Chairman.. Steve Newham, TNT Fireworks Ltd.. Secretary.. John Halfpenny,.. All correspondence should be addressed to the secretary at the address shown on the members list or email directly to.. :.. All members can be contacted individually using their details from the.. Members List.. page or.. click here.. to email all members..

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  • Title: BFA Members
    Descriptive info: Members of The British Fireworks Association.. Each member company of the BFA has to conform to laid down criteria in order to continue it's membership.. This criteria is designed to ensure that the products supplied by these companies match up to the BFA's motto safety, quality, reliability.. MEMBER COMPANIES.. Chestnut Trading Ltd.. 8 Riversway Business Village.. Navigation Way.. Preston.. Lancashire.. PR2 2YP.. Tel : 0844 600 9101 Fax : 0844 600 9101.. Contact 1: Andrew Sutcliffe.. andy@chestnuttrading.. co.. uk.. Fireworks World Ltd.. West Pyro Site.. Fauld Industrial Estate,.. Tutbury, Burton on Trent.. Staffs.. DE13 9HS.. Tel : 01283 521174 Fax : 01283 520044.. Contact 1: Julian Garner.. julian@fireworksinternational.. Galaxy Fireworks Ltd.. Unit 7 8 Mayfair Business Centre.. Portadown.. Co Armagh.. Northern Ireland.. BT62 1HA.. Tel : 028 38 393435 Fax : 028 38 393445.. Contact 1: Paul Kelly.. paul@galaxyfireworks.. Contact 2:.. Planet Fireworks Ltd.. Unit 18 Peartree Business Centre.. Colchester.. Essex.. CO3 0JN.. Tel : 01206 762123 Fax : 01206 762162.. Contact 1: Nigel Claydon.. nigel@dynamicfireworks.. Contact 2: Steve Button.. steve@greatnorthernfireworks.. TNT Fireworks UK Ltd.. Dinton Woods Storage Facility.. Catherine Ford Road.. Dinton, Salisbury.. Wilts.. SP3 5HB.. Tel : 01722 716900 Fax : 01722 716901.. Contact 1: Steve Newham..  ...   Kimbolton.. Huntingdon.. Cambs.. PE28 0HB.. Tel: 01480 860 988 Fax:01480 861 277.. Contact 1: Simon DeSousa.. sales@kimboltonretail.. Contact 2: Jon Owen.. Spook Fireworks.. 750 City Road.. Sheffield.. South Yorks.. S2 1GN.. Tel: Fax:.. Contact 1: Mike Koritsas.. mike@mampro.. uk.. Jimmy's Fireworks Ltd.. Wentworth Business Park.. Maple Road.. Tankersley, Sheffield.. S75 3DL.. Tel: 01226 749 587 Fax: 01226 361 858.. Contact 1: Jimmy Singh.. jimmysingh@epicfireworks.. Contact 2: Paul Singh.. paulsingh@epicfireworks.. Bright Star Fireworks.. Barker Business Park.. Melmerby Green Lane.. Melmerby.. North Yorkshire.. HG4 5NB.. Tel: 01765 640740 Fax: 01765 640744.. Contact 1: John Mather.. jm1works@hotmail.. Steve Raper.. -.. steve@brightstaruk.. Jonathan's Fireworks Ltd.. 158, Arbury Road.. Stockingford.. Nuneaton.. Warwickshire.. CV10 7ND.. Tel: 02476 353111 Fax: 02476 353123.. Contact 1: Johnathan Young.. info@jonathansfireworks.. Contact 2.. Royal Party Fireworks.. The Stables.. Locks lane.. Quidhampton, Salisbury.. Wiltshire.. SP2 9AP.. Tel: 01722 744617 Fax:.. Contact 1: Deneese Wright.. denese@royalpartyfireworks.. com.. Cosmic Fireworks (Trading) Ltd.. Parkview Nurseries ,.. Theobolds Park Road, Crews Hill.. Enfield.. EN2 9BQ.. Tel:.. Contact 1: Gurmail Bange.. gurmail@cosmicfireworks.. AF Pyro.. 444 Hillington Road.. Glasgow.. G2 4LU.. Tel: 0141 892 3260 Fax:.. Contact 1: Fraser Stevenson.. sales@absolutefireworks.. Or contact the BFA Secretary.. Click here to send an email to all members.. All members..

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  • Title: Consumer Advice
    Descriptive info: Fireworks and the Consumer.. Watching fireworks can be great fun for children.. But figures have shown that, more often than not, it s children rather than adults who get hurt by fireworks.. Don t put your family at risk.. ensure that you buy your fireworks from a reputable retail outlet, there is agrowing trend for fireworks to be sold at pub car parks, car boot sales, Sunday markets and from white vans.. Local Trading Standards are aware of this and will continue to enforce the law whenever and wherever this illegal trading occurs.. If you re planning your own celebration using fireworks, make sure it's safe and doesn t break the law by reading the information on Directgov.. Firework safety and the law.. Bonfire Night  ...   Blue Cross.. DON'T FORGET THE FIREWORK CODE !.. Light sparklers one at a time and wear gloves.. Never give sparklers to a child under 5.. Buy fireworks marked BS 7114.. Keep fireworks in a closed box.. Follow the instructions on each firework.. Light them at arm s length using a taper.. Stand well back.. Never go back to a lit firework.. Never put fireworks in your pocket.. Never throw fireworks.. Keep pets indoors.. Full details of this and other firework safety information is also available at the.. Department for Business Inovation Skills.. (DIS) website.. The.. HSE also have the publication Giving your own firework display as a pdf to download at.. http://www.. hse.. gov.. uk/pubns/priced/hsg124.. pdf.. Useful Links.. HSE guide Giving your own firework display..

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  • Title: Retailers info
    Descriptive info: RETAIL STORAGE SALE OF FIREWORKS.. Applications for licences for smaller stores, those keeping more 50 kg but less than 2000 kg of explosives should be submitted to the relevant local authority.. Applications for stores keeping more than 2000 kg of explosives should apply to the HSE.. Fireworks may be supplied for sale during the following periods only -.. on the first day of Chinese New Year and the three days immediately preceding it.. on the day of Diwali and the three  ...   the period beginning on 26th December and ending on the 31st December.. Anyone wishing to supply fireworks outside of these periods should apply to their local licensing authority for an annual licence.. Should you need any information regarding this contact your supplier or any member from the members list.. Full details can be found on the.. HSE website.. and an application form can be.. downloaded here.. F.. urther information on fireworks can be obtained from the HSE website at.. uk/explosives/fireworks/index.. htm..

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  • Title: b-f-a.org/forums • Index page
    Descriptive info: b-f-a.. org/forums.. The British Fireworks Association - Members Forum.. Login.. Register.. FAQ.. Search.. It is currently Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:18 am.. View unanswered posts.. View active topics.. Board index.. All times are UTC [.. DST.. ].. Forum.. Topics.. Posts.. Last post.. New Registrations.. Thank you for registering, your registration is being considered for approval.. Once accepted you will have full access to all of the forums.. 0.. No posts.. Delete all board cookies.. The team..  ...   1 guest (based on users active over the past 5 minutes).. Most users ever online was.. 29.. on Mon Dec 02, 2013 2:07 pm.. Registered users: No registered users.. Legend ::.. Administrators.. ,.. Global moderators.. Statistics.. Total posts.. 124.. | Total topics.. 59.. | Total members.. 15.. | Our newest member.. martinguest.. Username:.. Password:.. Log me on automatically each visit.. Unread posts.. No unread posts.. Forum locked.. Powered by.. phpBB.. 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group..

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  • Title: BFA Links
    Descriptive info: Links to other websites offering advice on the safety and storage of fireworks.. British Pyrotechnists Association.. Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.. The Fire Service.. The HSE Fireworks website.. The Explosives Industry Group of the CBI..

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  • Title: BFA News Page
    Descriptive info: The Pyrotechnic Articles (Safety) Regulations 2010 came into effect on the 4th July 2010.. Download a copy here..

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  • Title: Untitled Document
    Descriptive info: Fireworks History.. The earliest unequivocal documentation of fireworks dates back to 12th century China, where they were first used to frighten away evil spirits with their loud sound ( bian pao ) and also to pray for happiness and prosperity.. Eventually, the art and science of firework making developed into an independent profession of its own.. In ancient China , pyrotechnicians (firework-masters) were well-respected for their knowledge and skill to mount dazzling displays of light and sound.. Bonfire Night.. In 1605 Guy Fawkes and his fellow conspirators attempted to blow up the Parliament of England while the King was inside with 36 barrels of gunpowder in the cellars of Westminster Hall.. On 5 November , Fawkes was arrested and Parliament was saved.. That night is now celebrated, both in England and the rest of the United Kingdom , as Guy Fawkes Night or.. bonfire night.. by filling the sky with exploding fireworks, and by burning an effigy of Guy Fawkes on a bonfire.. Remember, remember the fifth of November.. Gunpowder, treason, and plot.. I see no reason why gunpowder treason Will ever be forgot.. a children's rhyme about the events, still spoken today.. The town of Lewes is famous for its annual Guy Fawkes Night celebrations.. Local groups, 'bonfire societies' conduct torch-lit marches around the town, vying with each other for the best fancy-dress outfits and topical celebrity figures that are later burnt.. The largest and  ...   New Years Eve.. Major cities around the world host a spectacular firework display on New Year's Eve.. Although it is now just a custom to fire off fireworks on New-Year's eve, in the past the idea was to scare ' bad forces ' so they would not enter the new year.. As a consequence the most popular fireworks are still those that go off with a big bang or with a bright flash.. The retailing of fireworks in Europe is very different from the US, due to powder weigh limits stored in each building.. In many countries around the world, people blow up many tons of fireworks every New Year's Eve.. Halloween.. In Ireland (both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland ), during the Halloween season, there are many spectacular fireworks displays.. The largest are in Derry and Dublin.. The sale of fireworks is restricted in the Republic of Ireland, though many illegal fireworks are sold throughout October or smuggled over the Northern Ireland border.. There is a 10,000 fine for possessing them, or a five year prison sentence.. Both fireworks and firecrackers are a popular tradition during Halloween in Vancouver , although apparently this is not the custom elsewhere in Canada.. The only known fireworks used during All Hallows' Eve in the United States is the annual Happy Hallowishes show at Walt Disney World 's Magic Kingdom Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween event, which began in 2006..

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  • Title: Membership criteria
    Descriptive info: If you are interested in joining the BFA, please ensure that you satisfy the criteria below, and then contact the BFA directly for an order form by emailing the BFA Secretary at.. or contacting one of the members shown on the Members List page.. Manufacturer or Importer of Consumer Fireworks as defined in the 1997 Firework (Safety) Regulations.. To have adequate licensed storage ( H SE License ).. Adequate meaning to have  ...   evidence of licensed storage, either by a copy of the license, or if the Company is a tenant on a licensed site, a copy of a legally binding lease.. To provide evidence of Public and Product Liability Insurance to a minimum level of 5 million with ongoing evidence of renewal.. To comply with the requirements of Classification and Authorisation.. To agree to abide by all decisions taken by the Association, particularly voluntary agreements..

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  • Title: b-f-a.org/forums • User Control Panel • Login
    Descriptive info: In order to login you must be registered.. Registering takes only a few moments but gives you increased capabilities.. The board administrator may also grant additional permissions to registered users.. Before you register please ensure you are familiar with our terms of use and related policies.. Please ensure you read any forum rules as you navigate around the board.. Terms of use.. Privacy policy.. I forgot my password.. Hide my online status this session.. Jump to:.. Select a forum.. ------------------..

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