Ideal for Weddings, New Years Eve and Birthday Celebrations. This 256 shot single ignition barrage will keep swinging. With a 3 Minute Celebration with outstanding effects. Phasing through sequences of crackling comet tails. Before bursting into silver popcorn crackle. While flowing through sequences of gold tails to red stars, green peonies to silver blink. Followed by multi-colour peonies and a multi-shot finale.
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Our 3 Minute Celebration is ideal for Weddings, New Year’s Eve and Birthday Celebrations. While this 256 shot single ignition barrage will keep swinging. With outstanding effects. Phasing through sequences of wonderful crackling comet tails. Before bursting into silver popcorn crackle. While flowing through sequences. Including gold tails to red stars, green peonies to silver blink. Followed by multi-colour peonies. While ending with a multi-shot finale. In addition this category 3 barrage. With a weighty 973gm of explosive content. Produces a sound level of 6 of 10. So get that party started with a 3 Minute Celebration. Love the 3 Minute Celebration but want it a bit short, then go to the Chain Reaction
Everyone should be able to enjoy fireworks safely. whether at an organised display or in their back garden. Check out our safety guide. While fireworks can be used in the UK any time from 7 am to 11 pm. With the following exceptions, Bonfire night: 7 am to midnight. And New Year’s Eve, Diwali and Chinese New Year: 7 am to 1 am the following day. While it is illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to purchase fireworks. Additionally please follow the safe distance guidelines. For your firer. And your spectators. For example, you can find the information on the side of the firework label. With this in mind, the safety distance. For 3 Minute Celebration is 25 metres.
While your spectator area should be clearly marked out. And roped off. However, be sure to position spectators where the wind will be blowing in the direction they’re facing. In addition, don’t light fireworks during strong winds. In this case, it may be better to postpone or cancel firework displays. However, you can prepare your fireworks for the rain. Therefore use plastic bags, bin liners or cling film for weatherproofing. Whilst remembering cakes and barrages. Will fire through a single layer of plastic. (Note: do not use on rockets or Catherine wheels).