Enjoy bonfire night together at an organised display
Family Want Change To Firework Law
The daughters of a woman who was killed after a firework was shoved through the letterbox of her Bodmin home are calling for a ban on fireworks being sold in shops and supermarkets.
Devon and Cornwall Police are running a Safe Sell Safe Use campaign to ensure that fireworks are not sold to under 18's.
Mary Fox was killed in 2009, three local youths were jailed for manslaughter and arson.
Leonie, Monique and Morwenna have spoken exclusively to Heart about the campaign and how they want to stop any similar incidents happening again.
They're urging people to act responsibly this bonfire night and consider the consequences of their actions.
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