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Bridgwater Squibbing

An event in November in Somerset
Bridgwater
Somerset
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Event timing: Early November
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for Bridgwater Squibbing as your favourite British event.

Squibbing is something very unique to Bridgwater, Squibbing is by definition the simultaneous firing of lots of large fireworks ("squibs"). Many people come to Bridgwater just to see the squibbing as it is an event that can be seen nowhere else on the planet.
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