How accessible do you find Bonfire Night?
Remember, remember the fifth of November! I’m not quite sure why the saying of Guy Fawkes has always stuck with me, but there you go!
Bonfire Night (also known as Guy Fawkes) tends to include large bonfires and firework displays. I vividly remember years of getting layered up in jumpers and coats to go stand in a field and watch fireworks.
But how accessible do you find it?
This might be getting a wheelchair through a field in the dark or safely holding a sprinkler. It might be that you dislike all the loud bangs and different smells.
What are your thoughts on Bonfire Night? Do you come across things that are inaccessible? Do you have any solutions for us? Let us know in the comments!
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