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Sovereign the 6th
Oct 6, 2012
When it comes to buying fireworks looking for the best deals is always on top of your mind. So we are here to help, We have improved our sponsor section so you can find the best deals on the UK Nations fireworks.

How To Work the Sponsor offerings:
Literally it is simple, We believe there needed to be a simpler way to find firework deals. We have given ST sponsors to option to give a prefix option next to their offerings for the ST forum, allowing you to sort between the offers that are out for the taking.

Why Produce Firework Sponsor Deals and Discounts As A List:
Unlike what is said elsewhere, this will not promote price wars. These are set prefix deals for sponsors, they have the option to set their own discount for the forum members, giving a more dynamic way of offering discounts.

We believe by allowing this way of offering deals, Sponsors are not binding to offering a full straight out 20% or 40% out on each order for our sponsor member's. Plus is allows you the dedicated member to easily sort between what is on offer.

Do you offer A Firework Sponsored Directory:
Our directory is unique, we have combined our sponsors with free listings, Our branch site is the full home to our directory and can be found here. Find Fireworks For Sale Near You 2016

We made it easy so you can just type in your current location and it will show the nearest firework company.

Putting aside the directory page, we even have an android app that notifies you of nearby fireworks shops, we have over 170 listing on PyroHub app making us the biggest firework directory app in the UK. you can find more information for this app here. Download PyroHub App - Get Ready For Bonfire Night

Can I ask for offers regarding non-sponsors:
Yes, you can, put to protect our active sponsors we have decided to allow conversation with other members for link exchange and other non-sponsor deals. We politely ask non-sponsors not to come on and spam away on threads. if a retailer found it beneficial through conversation then they may become sponsors and have access to full benefits of the forum.

Can I Post My Budget and Planned Purchases:
Yes, in fact, we try to encourage it, it allows other members and guests to see what can be found and allows for dynamic brands within a firework stash. Plus if someone else is looking for the same question it limits frustration.

Where Can I Review Sponsors and Fireworks:
We encourage reviews all things pyro, this shows other members and guest on average on what this company or the product has to offer. For example, if you visited a shop and they impressed you with a recommendation or just a cup of coffee. Then say it in the review, how do you feel about the service you received, was your delivery what you expected?.

You can send reviews for sponsors on our forum directory that is found here. Fireworks Suppliers | Seasonal Holidays Forum

Send a review of your experience of a particular firework here. Video and Picture Showcase - Firework Review | Seasonal Holidays Forum

Please note: Our mods and admin will remove any reviews that are not helpful.

I am buying supermarket Fireworks can you help:
We most certainly can, Seasonal Traditions is the top authority for help and advice on supermarket fireworks, we have been doing this since 2008, We even have a dedicated supermarket firework section here .

Both sections offer mostly all chains in the UK and what is and are not worth buying. If you do have a question about anything supermarket fireworks related, simply make a thread.

I Am New to Bonfire night and to Consumer Fireworks, is there any guides?:

yes, we can help we have a very large guide website that deals purposely with Bonfire night and fireworks, A useful starting point to bonfire night can be found here, the guide explores the history of bonfire night, giving you a little window to what used to happen and who Guy Fawkes was.

If you know the history and wishing just to know more about fireworks, Then our Fireworks for Beginners guide will get you working like a professional. These guides explain the laws and what all the jargon is all about.


S-T Fireworks Guardian
Dec 16, 2013
If you know a firework supplier that isn't on the forum already, you can post it in the appropriate region in the 'firework suppliers' section. Below is a guide of which counties need to go in which region. If you are unsure of where to place your thread, place it in the main directory section and it will be moved into the appropriate region.

Please note: Any shop that is located within the M25 counts as Greater London, so please add these shops in the London & South East section

  • Any county within scotland or scottish islands
North West
  • Cumbria
  • Lancashire
  • Merseyside
  • Greater Manchester
North East
  • Northumberland
  • Durham
  • Yorkshire (all areas)
  • Derbyshire
  • Nottinghamshire
  • Cheshire
  • Lincolnshire
  • Shropshire
  • Staffordshire
  • Leicestershire
  • Northamptonshire
  • Huntingdonshire
  • Warwickshire
  • Herefordshire
  • Worcestershire
  • Any county within Wales
East Anglia
  • Cambridgeshire
  • Norfolk
  • Suffolk
  • Essex
  • Hertfordshire
  • Bedfordshire
London & South East
  • Greater London (This area is anywhere within the M25)
  • Surrey
  • Kent
  • East Sussex
  • Buckinghamshire
  • Hampshire
  • Dorset
  • Wiltshire
  • Berkshire
  • Oxfordshire
  • West Sussex
  • Isle of Wight
South West
  • Gloucestershire
  • Bristol & Avon
  • Somerset
  • Devon
  • Cornwall


Sovereign the 6th
Oct 6, 2012
Firework Directory
The firework directory is a free index for all firework companies, in the UK. innoway this is paying towards the server costs and other hard work that goes into this forum.

If you wish to have exclusive sponsor coverage, Then please contact ( @Gaz ) or ( @Rich ).

We will send you information vie email to verify you are who you say you are. Look around our forum to see what we offer in terms of advertising.

We ask you to post companies you have dealt with in the past and currently dealing with.

Review them on their performance with your personal dealings, this is ideal for anyone else thinking on buying from a seasonal retailer, or that given shop.

Mention Seasonal Traditions when buying from them, this gives them a good indication where there consumers are coming from and hopefully they will continue to produce announcements and offers.

Posting in the firework directory:

The format we require is to keep it simple to read.

When creating the title, Choose the county in the prefix then place the company name followed by what they mainly specialise in retailer - or - Professional.

The full address needs putting in here.)

Contact Information:
Phone numbers and emails - If any.)

Just place the link within this bracket and the forum will do the rest)

Soon after you hit publish, You can then make a separate post and add your full review. Respectively anyone can review. But this section is heavily moderated and IP will be logged to stop people from making false reviews.

Adding a review:
The review itself can be in any format, But please make it understandable to read. Make it clear f your intentions and the overall satisfactions you receive. If you have had a bad experience with the company, We don't want to see a lot of blasting they didn't do this, that, the other. express your concerns in a manner that you felt was wrong.

If you received a dodgy item but everything else was ok. By all means place it in the review. just because you had a odd item that didn't performance as well doesn't mean the shop was
rubbish nor the customer service.

Everyone has there own idea about a company and its their right to express how happy or dis happy they are towards that company. if you are new to buying from this shop and you do not agree to the review then please do not reply to it or like it.

A format of this similar way would be much appreciated for for everyone to read:

Getting to the shop:
How hard was it getting there, was the shop too far away, (take into account where you have to travel from). Was there enough parking and facilities for your needs.

Being welcomed:
Explain how you felt walking into the shop, was you greeted with professionalism or was you left to your own browsing. How was everything explained to you and was it clear.

Choosing the product:
Did you find it hard to buy that product, was it in stock or out of stock, Explain to what it was like in producing your list for group item buying.

Asking Questions:
Explain how easy or hard it was getting answer about a product, did you find it satisfying that you had enough or less information.

Overall Purchase:
was everything explain or clear pointed out to you about extra cost (if any) and the value of the item you have just purchased.

Delivery or store pickup:
How satisfying was the process in the product delivery or store pickup. Was it explained to you clearly.

Deals and offers:
Give a rough explanation to how well the deals and offers was produced to you during your purchase. Did you get the full product or partial, was anything missing. do you feel satisfied on the overall purchase of the offer or deal.

Give an rough idea to what people should expect when shopping at the given shop., is the premises big or small, was items in cabinets and walls, Point out what they should see or not see. Remember this is for first time buyers, Keep this in mind when doing your review.
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