Remember, remember... organised displays are the safest place to enjoy a firework display
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Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service have been working alongside the National Fire Chiefs Council and a North Devon family to highlight the potential dangers of having a firework display at home.
The Fire Service encourage everyone to attend an organised firework display as they are safer and they have safe and well organised displays.
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