Gearing Up For Guy Fawkes Night

It’s that time of the year where it starts to get a little bit colder, but a lot more festive. As Octoberfest gets us a bit merry, Halloween tends to get the ball really rolling and we soon follow this up with the tradition of lighting bonfires and setting off fireworks for Guy Fawkes Night; eventually this takes us to Christmas and New Year’s where things will begin to ease off for 2016, however, not forgetting the celebration of the Scottish National Poet Robert Burns (Burns’ Night) on the 25th, traditionally celebrated with a wee bit off haggis.

We hope you all had a cracking October with a horror filled Halloween and are ready to embrace the bite of November with loads of layers (hopefully knitted by nana from previous Christmas’s) and we shall be bringing you lots of ideas for ways to stay sustainable over the winter holidays; of course, we always embrace your input so if you have any ingenious ideas for ways we can do this and would like to share it with others, please do get in touch with us on Facebook: or Twitter: ALTERNATIVELY just tag us in a post!

*TIP*: This Bonfire night stay sustainable by using old unwanted items which cannot be repaired or rehomed to burn up to keep you warm and celebrate Guy Fawkes.


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