When it comes to fireworks, safety is our highest priority that is why all of our products are made to the highest standards and if there is ever a problem with any of our fireworks we are more than happy to replace them. Below you will find links to a lot of information regarding the latest firework safety advice such as the Firework Code and bonfire night safety.
Please read our guides and stay safe when using fireworks.
If you are interested in Firework History then we can help you. You will find lots of information on our site about how fireworks began more than 2,000 years ago and have now evolved into the modern day. Fireworks started with a small flash and now they have so many different colours and effects to choose from. It all started in the 7th century in China which is known as the Tang Dynasty. The word FIREWORKS translates in Chinese to Sky Flowers. As far back as 1264, there are records of rockets being used. This made warfare a whole new ball game with rocket-propelled incendiaries. We love all the old school consumer products from the effects to the packaging. You can click on links below to learn all about everything firework related. They are used for so many different celebrations around the world.
In the yesteryear section, you can learn about and re-visit some of your favourite firework companies and products from your childhood. Pictures of bygones from the likes of Astra and Brocks and quite a few discontinued ones from Standard Fireworks.
This section of the website has been made to help you better understand the different names and terms that are widely used within the fireworks industry.
For example, A Cake, Barrage, Single Ignition Barrage (Abbreviated as S.I.B or just SIB) or single ignition firework are different names for the same type of firework. These fireworks are all single ignition multi-shot fireworks that fire in different sequences.
Another example would be the names “Catherine Wheels” and “Spinners” these again are the same type of firework, they are attached to a fence post with a nail and spin fast.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section is easy to navigate and covers many different questions and answers. If there is something that you need to know and is not in this section then you can email us your question and we will then add it to the FAQ page. Please let us know how easy you have found the website to use as we always want to improve what we do.
In this section, you can learn about the various service that Ghengis Fireworks are able to provide across the UK.
Fireworks photography and artwork
In this section, you can learn about fireworks photography and the techniques used ranging from amateur photography to professionals photography. As well as various fireworks artwork.
How do they do that?
In this section, you can learn exactly how they do that, we take a look behind the scenes and reveal just whats going on and how things like a fireworks display is set up. With guides to show you how by the professionals themselves and handly tips advice and safety information.
Firework organisation, societies and events
In this section, you can learn about the different firework organisations, societies and events across the United Kingdom.
In this section, you can learn about all the different firework food recipes.