Guy Fawkes is nearly with us and children’s advocate Plunket is warning families about the use of fireworks.

Plunket Advisor Sue Campbell suggests families should go to public fireworks displays to watch and enjoy in safety the aspects of Guy Fawkes lighting up the night sky on the appointed hour in 2012.

Families should also read fireworks instructions properly to avoid unexpected explosions and injury to children from burns. Sue Campbell is calling on adults to use fireworks correctly don’t hold them in the hand because children will do the same and burn their hands.

Kei te tata mai te wa o Guy Fawkes kia whakapahu i nga puehu murara ara firecarackers, otira kei te whakaputa te Ropu Tamariki a Plunket i āna kupu whakatupato. Ki nga korero a Sue Campbell o Plunket me haere nga whanau ki te whakaaturanga Tumatanui hei matakitaki hei miharo rano i te ahuatanga o Guy Fawkes e tīramarama ana i a Ranginui hei te pō e whakarite ana a tenei tau rua mano ngahuru ma rua. Otira me marama mohio nga whanau ki nga panui o nga puehu murara koi pahu ohorere me te whara o nga tamariki i nga werahanga. Tera hoki te korero a Sue Campbell kaua nga pākeke e ringapū i nga puehu murara koi whai hoki ko nga tamariki katahi te raru nui ki o ratau punua matihao.