Guy Fawkes night is a 400-year-old ritual, what rituals does your organization have? — EASTWEST Public Relations
Guy Fawkes Night or Bonfire Night is an annual commemoration observed on the fifth of November mainly in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. Before the pandemic, it usually involved parades, fireworks, bonfires, food, and children carrying straw effigies. The fireworks are a reminder of the gunpowder Guy Fawkes hid in the cellar of Parliament. The traditional cake eaten during Bonfire Night is Parkin cake, a sticky cake containing a mix of oatmeal, ginger, treacle, and syrup. Other food and drinks prepared for this night are sausages cooked over the flames, marshmallows, mulled wine, and apple cider with cinnamon.
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