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Aldi LOL Firework Selection Box - £9.99 (Not Available in N.Ireland)
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Aldi LOL Firework Selection Box - £9.99 (Not Available in N.Ireland)

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Posted 27th OctAvailable: South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland
LOL Firework Selection Box

Ideal for little ones - a bargain at £9.99

Lots of other fireworks for sale.
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Please go to official, fully organised events only. Stay safe and keep our kids and pets safe.
For us that work in the emergency services the public having access to fireworks is the Bane of our work life for this time of year! Roll on to bringing in a ban!! 😡
Sorry but family fireworks with jacket potatoes,hot soup and hot dogs are a fun evening once a year.
Edited by: "wixxx" 27th Oct
I had never really given much thought to all the peril and imminent danger surrounding fireworks, it has broadened my outlook and I'm never going to get into a car again. Come to think of it, there's all that electricity, and heating oil to worry about at home . Thank god I haven't got gas. I've got to completely rethink my lifestyle.
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Please go to official, fully organised events only. Stay safe and keep our kids and pets safe.
For us that work in the emergency services the public having access to fireworks is the Bane of our work life for this time of year! Roll on to bringing in a ban!! 😡
jenchen27/10/2019 17:09

Please go to official, fully organised events only. Stay safe and keep our …Please go to official, fully organised events only. Stay safe and keep our kids and pets safe.


I think it's important to note that the fireworks in this Selection Box don't make any noise and can be enjoyed in the garden without causing disruption to anyone.
They are fireworks and potentially dangerous. Beautiful in the hands of fully trained people at organised public events, not in residential areas. Silent to humans only.
Edited by: "jenchen" 27th Oct
For those that use them sensibly lets not ban them because of the minority. Not bad set the LOL. Had it last year.
Sorry but family fireworks with jacket potatoes,hot soup and hot dogs are a fun evening once a year.
Edited by: "wixxx" 27th Oct
jenchen27/10/2019 17:18

They are fireworks and potentially dangerous. Beautiful in the hands of …They are fireworks and potentially dangerous. Beautiful in the hands of fully trained people


I'm willing to take that risk as my kids safely watch from inside the house. Today is Diwali the festival of light and my toddler is too little to go to a big outdoor event where she might be startled by the loud bangs. Didn't post this to spark a debate and can understand why people want a ban. A few harmless fountains is hardly a cause of uproar provided the right precautions are taken and correct care is given when lighting/handling fireworks.
Glowsolutions27/10/2019 17:22

I'm willing to take that risk as my kids safely watch from inside the …I'm willing to take that risk as my kids safely watch from inside the house. Today is Diwali the festival of light and my toddler is too little to go to a big outdoor event where she might be startled by the loud bangs. Didn't post this to spark a debate and can understand why people want a ban. A few harmless fountains is hardly a cause of uproar provided the right precautions are taken and correct care is given when lighting/handling fireworks.




You should not take the risk for the people and animals around you
I'd never buy fireworks they are only for only controlled displays. Think safety first.
jenchen27/10/2019 17:23

You should not take the risk for the people and animals around you


As I said it's a small set which doesn't make any noise. The risk is minimal.
Glowsolutions27/10/2019 17:29

As I said it's a small set which doesn't make any noise. The risk is …As I said it's a small set which doesn't make any noise. The risk is minimal.


Any noise humans can hear. These damage wildlife and pets
I had never really given much thought to all the peril and imminent danger surrounding fireworks, it has broadened my outlook and I'm never going to get into a car again. Come to think of it, there's all that electricity, and heating oil to worry about at home . Thank god I haven't got gas. I've got to completely rethink my lifestyle.
I think people should be able to make their own choices. There are responsible adults and as they are not illegal then it would be far better if people stop telling others what they should do.
Trained professionals, hell it isnt hsrd to light a fuse using a taper.
capelli27/10/2019 17:38

I think people should be able to make their own choices. There are …I think people should be able to make their own choices. There are responsible adults and as they are not illegal then it would be far better if people stop telling others what they should do.


Not if it impacts others
capelli27/10/2019 17:41

How does it impact you?


Other than the lives of the emergency services people My pets, the wildlife and the cost of incidents/ tidy up? Really!
It's not available in Northern Ireland? that'll be because there's no Aldi in NI
I haven't bought fireworks since the early 90's. Damn things should be banned and event only. The affect of them on domestic pets, well dogs, and children isn't worth it. Sister has brought her new born down for medical tests in London and the neighbours start popping off micro scale WMD's in the their garden. I suspect they're students, so I'll be doing the damn same when it's exam time at the local Uni. I've already promised myself to fill the Shogun with speakers and drive round the campus full blast at 2am. Gits.
Completely agree on the ban, poor pets. Actually ended up throwing my neighbour through his fence last year as i overheard him saying he was trying to antagonise my dog
Edited by: "rjc222" 27th Oct
JaneNorris27/10/2019 17:24

I'd never buy fireworks they are only for only controlled displays. Think …I'd never buy fireworks they are only for only controlled displays. Think safety first.


Organised events can go wrong on occasion
rhexenor27/10/2019 17:37

I had never really given much thought to all the peril and imminent danger …I had never really given much thought to all the peril and imminent danger surrounding fireworks, it has broadened my outlook and I'm never going to get into a car again. Come to think of it, there's all that electricity, and heating oil to worry about at home . Thank god I haven't got gas. I've got to completely rethink my lifestyle.


Move to a bungalow too - a huge number of accidents are caused by stairs.
padair27/10/2019 17:45

It's not available in Northern Ireland? that'll be because there's no Aldi …It's not available in Northern Ireland? that'll be because there's no Aldi in NI


FYI...
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jenchen27/10/2019 17:43

Other than the lives of the emergency services people My pets, the …Other than the lives of the emergency services people My pets, the wildlife and the cost of incidents/ tidy up? Really!


So keep your pets indoors just like I will be doing.
Og goodie, explosives in every corner shop, just in time for BREXIT celebrations
what could possibly go wrong in this age of mutual political respect and love
I live in Harrow, London. The streets are littered with fireworks and my mum had 2 fall right next to her feet last night because of Indian Diwali festival, it's like world war 3 here.
doormanjoel27/10/2019 17:14

For us that work in the emergency services the public having access to …For us that work in the emergency services the public having access to fireworks is the Bane of our work life for this time of year! Roll on to bringing in a ban!! 😡


Or get a different job,
jenchen27/10/2019 17:43

Other than the lives of the emergency services people My pets, the …Other than the lives of the emergency services people My pets, the wildlife and the cost of incidents/ tidy up? Really!


Then i suggest you also get rid of your car, stop eating meat and never go on holiday abroad as they also effect others!
These things are best left to the professionals IMO. Let's face it, you can never truly replicate a quality professional display in your own back yard. These off the shelf consumer fireworks are naff and noisy.
I love letting off my fireworks. The box I got from Aldi this year is called Pinky Blinders, it's quite small so will let them all of at once. Also got some professional fireworks and crow scarers. Should be a great show
I love fireworks. Been having them in the garden for at least 30 years with no bother. Won't be stopping anytime soon
Edited by: "doozer3" 27th Oct
What is this effect on pets people are concerned about? Instead of calling for a ban, why not call for reasonable use? I.e. if planning on doing it, knowck on your neighbours doors and inform them the time you will be doing it. If pets and children are kept in doors, then what would be the issue?

Wouldnt that be a more reasonable and fairer way to approach this "problem"?
PP0227/10/2019 17:46

I haven't bought fireworks since the early 90's. Damn things should be …I haven't bought fireworks since the early 90's. Damn things should be banned and event only. The affect of them on domestic pets, well dogs, and children isn't worth it. Sister has brought her new born down for medical tests in London and the neighbours start popping off micro scale WMD's in the their garden. I suspect they're students, so I'll be doing the damn same when it's exam time at the local Uni. I've already promised myself to fill the Shogun with speakers and drive round the campus full blast at 2am. Gits.


I'd rather they banned dogs – filthy, antisocial and potentially lethal things near small children.
Edited by: "b1g1an" 27th Oct
shareef27/10/2019 18:15

What is this effect on pets people are concerned about? Instead of calling …What is this effect on pets people are concerned about? Instead of calling for a ban, why not call for reasonable use? I.e. if planning on doing it, knowck on your neighbours doors and inform them the time you will be doing it. If pets and children are kept in doors, then what would be the issue?Wouldnt that be a more reasonable and fairer way to approach this "problem"?



To be fair, my pets (fish and 2 tortoise) don't give a monkeys about bonfire night.
shareef27/10/2019 18:15

What is this effect on pets people are concerned about? Instead of calling …What is this effect on pets people are concerned about? Instead of calling for a ban, why not call for reasonable use? I.e. if planning on doing it, knowck on your neighbours doors and inform them the time you will be doing it. If pets and children are kept in doors, then what would be the issue?Wouldnt that be a more reasonable and fairer way to approach this "problem"?



Ditto, it's what I used to do before having a xmass party in my house back in my louf
and never had a complaint (well one neighbour did come round and join the party because he couldn't sleep)

Why has everything got to be so binary / polarized today - either / or - and no in-between - it's what is ripping our society and politics apart - rant over
chill out ppl please
Good deal I can’t see what all the fuss is about.I find the display events a lot louder and longer lasting then the box or two I use in my garden once a year to celebrate an event in British history.
Sorry OP cold from me. Fireworks trigger PTSD.
wixxx27/10/2019 17:20

Sorry but family fireworks with jacket potatoes,hot soup and hot dogs are …Sorry but family fireworks with jacket potatoes,hot soup and hot dogs are a fun evening once a year.


but it stretches from 20th October til Jan 10th now
"Not Available in N.Ireland"................. yeah, things that go bang in the night and N Ireland, not a good combination!
Terry198427/10/2019 18:30

Good deal I can’t see what all the fuss is about.I find the display events …Good deal I can’t see what all the fuss is about.I find the display events a lot louder and longer lasting then the box or two I use in my garden once a year to celebrate an event in British history.


Well said!
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