Fireworks (?) around Dockhead

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Thursday 20 September 2007 9.17pm
Does anyone know what all the banging and exploding that's just been going on somewhere round Dockhead was in aid of? I couldn't see where it was from, but it sounded like bombs going off - the noise was rattling windows, setting car alarms off... The last time I heard such loud bangs they were from fireworks in the garden of the nunnery on Parkers Row, but I don't think these ones were that.

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Thursday 20 September 2007 9.22pm
Yep - still going on, and very loud!!!

When is too late considered to be "too late" for fireworks?
Thursday 20 September 2007 9.29pm
never!
Thursday 20 September 2007 9.31pm
Well, when it was the nuns (they were commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dockhead church being bombed in WWII), they started at about half past 11. On a Sunday night.
Thursday 20 September 2007 10.19pm
Thay came from Southwark park not dochead
I c them coz i live on Rotherhithe new rd next2park an thay wornt that lould
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Friday 21 September 2007 12.09am
Spooked my Cat! Love fireworks but there are too many bangs and crashes at night - and it will remain like that til New Year. Hrumph. :)
Friday 21 September 2007 8.55am
These ones were unbelievably loud. At first I thought something had exploded rather than it being fireworks.
Friday 21 September 2007 9.06am
is it ramadan??

there were ones in North london a few days ago.
Friday 21 September 2007 9.10am
Ramadan started last Thursday - I wouldn't expect fireworks till Eid though, and that's not till next month.
Friday 21 September 2007 11.18am
Roxxy wrote:
Thay came from Southwark park not dochead
I c them coz i live on Rotherhithe new rd next2park an thay wornt that lould
I dont know wot ther 4but would like2 find out[center][/center]

I'm not normally fussy about grammer or spelling, but what does this mean?
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