Sneak look at new Epic Fireworks

Hold on to your hats! This is the best known and most sought after display pack we have ever produced. The H D & Q pack is no-nonsense full-scale pyrotechnic wizardry at its best. Sheer insanity in fireworks; absolutely laden with sensational effects from its enormous barrages and huge rockets, this is the ultimate in displays, every firework is a finale piece, imagine watching a 15-minute long finale with nothing but the biggest best and most impressive effects, and you are somewhere close.

The H D & Q represents exactly what we love in fireworks; it’s got to be EPIC!

Epic Fireworks - Mr D and his H, D & Q Display Pack

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H D & Q £1295

86 FIREWORKS

1 PRO ROCKET VOLLEY
10 TOMAHAWK ROCKETS
8 SKY FORCE ROCKETS
6 SKY STORM ROCKETS
2 ATOMIC MELTDOWN ROCKETS
2 HAWK ROCKETS
2 STINGER ROCKETS
1 DEVILS DUNGEON
1 SCORPIONS
2 REGAL
2 SOVEREIGN
2 IMPERIAL
2 MAJESTIC
1 PREDATOR 500
1 PHANTOM
1 GOLDEN EYE
1 TANK BUSTER
1 GALAXIAN
2 JABBERWOCKY
1 BLOCK BUSTER
1 AERIAL ATOM
1 SUB ZERO
1 COSMIC CHARGE
1 AIR BOSS
1 OPEN FIRE
2 WHISPERING PALMS
1 ROGUE VIPERS
1 HERCULES
1 THE VAMPIRE HUNTER
1 FIRE ONE
1 IMPERIAL INVASION
1 AWAKEN
1 WILD HORSES
1 HEAVY DUTY
1 SIX MACHINE
1 KING COBRA
1 DR THRUST
1 RAGING BULL
2 HUMMING HORNETS
16 PORTFIRES
2 SAFETY GOGGLES
1 FIRING ORDER
1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1 SET UP PLAN
5 ROCKET LAUNCHING TUBES

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The Legend

Sneak preview just before our new site launches

The Legend Pack from Epic Fireworks is a remarkable collection of the largest single ignition display barrages in the UK. Saving you a whopping £1000 this really is a display pack of legendary quality, value and performance. Please look elsewhere and see if you can purchase this quantity of top end pyrotechnics at this price anywhere else in the UK. It simply cannot be done…. Unless you come to EPIC!

the legend

EPIC Fireworks policy of redefining firework display packs is no better illustrated than with the “Legend”. This is a superb collection of astoundingly large aerial barrages and monster rockets. Saving you over £1,000, we firmly believe that this pack is a first for value and volume. Some suppliers may offer you a trailer full of smaller fireworks or several really large barrages for the same price, but try to find anyone to deliver £2,000 worth of first-rate pyro direct to your door for just £995. It’s simply impossible.

The Legend £995

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1 PRO ROCKET VOLLEY
10 TOMAHAWK ROCKETS
8 SKY FORCE ROCKETS
6 SKY STORM ROCKETS
2 ATOMIC MELTDOWN ROCKETS
2 HAWK ROCKETS
2 STINGER ROCKETS
1 STAR SALUTE
1 SHOGUN
1 MAGNETO
2 FRAGMA
2 FIRST DYNASTY
2 MAVERICK
2 REGAL
2 SOVEREIGN
2 IMPERIAL
2 MAJESTIC
1 PREDATOR 500
1 PHANTOM
1 GOLDEN EYE
1 GALAXIAN
1 SUB ZERO
1 COSMIC CHARGE
1 OPEN FIRE
2 WHISPERING PALMS
1 ROGUE VIPERS
1 HERCULES
1 FIRE ONE
1 WILD HORSES
1 HEAVY DUTY
1 SIX MACHINE
1 KING COBRA
1 DR THRUST
1 RAGING BULL
2 HUMMING HORNETS
16 PORTFIRES
2 SAFETY GOGGLES
1 FIRING ORDER
1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1 SET UP PLAN
5 ROCKET LAUNCHING TUBES

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Bonfire Night Recipe

Recipes

While the fireworks are certainly the main attraction nowadays on Guy Fawkes Night, for the children, as well as the adults, the food comes a very close second. In the United Kingdom, there are several foods that we traditionally eat on Guy Fawkes Night:

Toffee apples
Baked potatoes
Black peas with vinegar
Pie and peas
Black treacle goods such as
Bonfire toffee and
parkin

And if you’re having a bonfire or firework party in your garden and making food for your friends and family, the bonfire comes in very handy for cooking.

Once the bonfire has cooled down a bit, you can use the smouldering ashes to roast your food. Wrap it in tinfoil first – corn on the cob, mushrooms brushed in oil, chunks of peppers, and garlic bread all work really well and are easy to do.

Use sticks or long skewers to toast marshmallows, chestnuts or bread.

For food with a longer cooking time, like our baked potatoes, starting off the baking in the oven will save you time and they can easily be transferred to the bonfire embers, wrapped in tinfoil for when you are ready to finish them off.

Also, if you’re going to an organised firework display away from your home, you can make food to take with you. You can make some Guy Fawkes biscuits or toffee apples as a sweet treat, but you can also use tinfoil to wrap up hot chicken legs or stuffed baked potatoes, they will stay hot for ages and keep your hands warm. For that traditional touch, bake some ginger cake or that classic Bonfire Night dish, parkin, always a favourite.

Then, all you need to make your night go with a bang is some mulled wine or hot punch for the adults, and for the kids try a children’s punch as well, made out of hot apple juice (warm it gently with a tiny sprinkling of cinnamon) or hot ginger milk, delicious.

The good old favourite parkin is a lovely and filling ginger cake made with oatmeal and treacle. It is an ideal food for the ‘parky’ weather November brings and is traditionally eaten on Bonfire Night.

There are hundreds of variations of Parkin recipes. Ask your Nan, maybe she has a secret one!
Here is one of our favourites.

Yorkshire Parkin

Parkin
Ingredients:

4 oz margarine
8 oz oatmeal
2 teaspoonfuls ginger
1/2 pint of milk.
4 tablespoonfuls sugar
8 oz S.R. flour
8 oz treacle

Method:

Rub margarine into the flour and oatmeal.
Add the sugar and ginger, mix thoroughly.
Warm the treacle and mix into the paste, adding milk if necessary.
Put into a greased pudding tin and cook for one hour in a moderately slow oven.

We love bonfire toffee, and it’s great to hand out to your friends and family around the bonfire.

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