Remember, remember the 5th of November. Remember, remember to stay safe on Bonfire Night.
Also known as Guy Fawkes Night, each year on November 5th, the skies are lit up with fireworks while bonfires blaze and sparklers dance. It's a beautiful affair that brings families and friends together.
The history of the night goes back to 1605, but it wasn't until the twentieth century that we began to celebrate it in the way we know today.
Wrapping up warm in coats, hats, scarves and gloves and enjoying seasonal treats like sticky toffee apples, mulled wine and hot chocolates all add to the experience and enjoyment of the celebration.
And whilst it is a night that should be full of joy and wonder, it's important that people don't forget to do what they can to stay as safe as possible.
It's estimated that around 1,000 people each year are injured by fireworks, with fireworks proving to be fatal in some situations. Around half of those are children injured by sparklers or fireworks and half of all injured required hospital treatment.
121 of the 1000 injuries occurred at public displays, whilst 475 were at private parties - proving that wherever you're watching fireworks from, safety is paramount.
Whether you're attending a public event or you're celebrating in your garden with family and friends, it's essential that on bonfire night, precautionary measures are taken to ensure everyone's safety.