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Morris Dancers, Rushbearing Festival, Halifax, Yorkshire  |  photo AngelasTravels

Morris Dancers, Rushbearing Festival, Halifax, Yorkshire | photo AngelasTravels

35 Bizarrest Christmas Traditions - interesting!

The Most Unique Christmas Traditions Around The World

The Mari Lwyd with the leader of the mummers, who was traditionally top-hatted and dressed in funereal black.

The Mari Lwyd with the leader of the mummers, who was traditionally top-hatted and dressed in funereal black.

Charles Hewitt - Lighting A Firework. A girl lights a firework at a Guy Fawkes night party, 1952. °

Charles Hewitt - Lighting A Firework. A girl lights a firework at a Guy Fawkes night party, 1952. °

Guy Fawkes Night...yeh fireworks & bonfires.... remember, remember the 5th of November..

Guy Fawkes Night...yeh fireworks & bonfires.... remember, remember the 5th of November..

Higham's Park, East London in 1946: And with fireworks in his hat, lapel and top pocket

Where have all the Guys gone? QUENTIN LETTS'S nostalgia for the fantastic Bonfire Night effigies of yesteryear

Higham's Park, East London in 1946: And with fireworks in his hat, lapel and top pocket

Guy Fawkes Day seen at Waterloo, 5 November 1944, Edwin Appleton © Daily Herald / National Media Museum, Bradford / SSPL

Guy Fawkes Day seen at Waterloo, 5 November 1944, Edwin Appleton © Daily Herald / National Media Museum, Bradford / SSPL

On this day 5th November, 1605, Guy Fawkes was arrested when around 30 barrels of gunpowder, camouflaged with coal, were discovered in the cellar under Parliament, Robert Catesby's small band of Catholic Zealots who planned to blow up James I and Parliament were only arrested after Fawkes revealed their names when tortured on the rack. The 'Gunpowder Plot' is commemorated each year in Britain on 5th November, 'Guy Fawkes' night or Bonfire Night

On this day 5th November, 1605, Guy Fawkes was arrested when around 30 barrels of gunpowder, camouflaged with coal, were discovered in the cellar under Parliament, Robert Catesby's small band of Catholic Zealots who planned to blow up James I and Parliament were only arrested after Fawkes revealed their names when tortured on the rack. The 'Gunpowder Plot' is commemorated each year in Britain on 5th November, 'Guy Fawkes' night or Bonfire Night

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