REMEMBER REMEMBER the 5th November!!

What is Bonfire Night?

On 5 November, people across the UK celebrate Bonfire Night with fireworks, bonfires, sparklers and toffee apples.

Some might have small fireworks parties in their back gardens, while towns and villages have bigger events.

The reason we do it is because it's the anniversary of an attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament.

This was called the Gunpowder Plot.

When we light bonfires to remember this event, traditionally there will be a dummy man on the top of them. He is called the 'Guy' and is a kind of doll that represents a man who was part of the plot, called Guy Fawkes. 

I had so much fun dressing up as a Scarecrow and 

having my own Chocolate and Toffee Apple stall - 

Thank you so much to everyone at Langar Hall for having me! 

Have a great week everyone..

Love

Tallulah ♥️

Fancy Dress costume made by Me and Mummy

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