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Guy Fawkes Night

Commonly know as bonfire night over here, we have fireworks and a bonfire on the 5th November, for the history of this see here: http://www.bonfirenight.net/bonfire.php

 

Here is my ATC for this particular event.

 

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This is a really cool ATC Ang! I love learning about the history they don't teach us in schools here. I will definitely be checking out your link to this. My dh ancestors come from Scotland, not sure exactly where (I haven't done that side of the family history yet and his parents, grandparents, etc are all gone) but its a common name, Campbell, so I know there is a lot of history to go with it. Thanks for sharing this bit of Scottish history.

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Angela what a wonderful ATC! I love your poem, your glitter fireworks AND thanks for the history of Guy Fawkes! Thank you for participating in the Holiday ATC's!

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Awesome Angela! Thanks for bringing back memories of Guy Fawkes night! I remember it was a night of fun in the UK when I lived there in 85/86. They had a bonfire down on the 'downs' in Chipping Norton.

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Angela, this is marvelous. I love learning about the history and celebrations in other countries. Thanks for the link, very interesting. Lovely card.

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Love the ATC! I must admit, I never "got" why Guy Fawkes is celebrated, lol, so I will have to follow your link for the real history.

 

Having said that, it always sounds like such a great holiday celebration - guys and bonfires and a lot of fun for all. Thank you for sharing it!

 

Penny for the guy, gov? lol

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Love the ATC! I must admit, I never "got" why Guy Fawkes is celebrated, lol, so I will have to follow your link for the real history.

 

Having said that, it always sounds like such a great holiday celebration - guys and bonfires and a lot of fun for all. Thank you for sharing it!

 

Penny for the guy, gov? lol

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Nice work Angela!

 

Not very often we see the full, original verse of "remember remember" these days. Don't think I've heard that since History lessons in school

 

I like this, its really commemorative!

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WOW, this is impressive, Ang! I just love the faded photo and the pop of the fireworks. I love it!

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