Bonfire Night Traditions

Welcome to Bonfire Night Traditions (BFNT), the UK’s best website for guides about Guy Fawkes and Fireworks. No matter, if you are looking for the history or learning More about pyro, Our blog guides will help you along your way.

Bonfire Night Traditions On The 5th November

Penny for the Guy

Penny for the Guy a British Bonfire Night TraditionA penny for the guy was ordinary among School children for many years. If we go back to the 1980’s at least a quarter of children would make their own version of Guy out of used newspaper and old clothing. But, nowadays, this tradition has died out. Trick or treating what happens during Halloween, just a few days before Bonfire Night is very popular.

The Firework Shop List

Read our story to what happened with the legendary The Fireworks Shop List.

Guy Fawkes Profile

Guy Fawkes Profile Explore who Guy Fawkes was. Read guido’s profile, and what his role was within the gunpowder treason and plot.

Guy Fawkes Rhymes

Guy Fawkes Rhymes Read the UK Local and the widely known Guy Fawkes chants and Guy Fawkes Rhymes.

Bonfire Night Food

Bonfire Night FoodFind the origins and recipes of the famous traditions and cooking methods, Explore Bonfire Night Food.

The Gunpowder Plot

The Gunpowder Plot The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 was craft by Robert Catesby, Guy Fawkes was the explosive expert.

Local Firework Displays

Find Local Firework Displays Events.

Find Local Firework Displays Events.

All the major towns and cities will be holding huge firework displays and bonfires burning old pallets and a guy effigy.

Traditionally throughout UK, Towns and Villages.

  • You light huge bonfires.
  • We let off superb fireworks and go to organised displays.
  • Burn a guy effigy.
  • Eat traditional bonfire night foods.

Supermarket FireworksSupermarket Fireworks leaflets, offers you to search the latest news and offers from major chains such as DIY and discount stores what sell seasonally.