quibbing is something very unique to Bridgwater and is by definition, the simultaneous firing of lots of large fireworks (“squibs”). A squib locally is a firework which is held aloft by a person known as a “squibber” on the end of a long wooden handle called a “cosh”. One hundred squibbers stand in line in Bridgwater town centre making an unusual but impressive sight for visitors who crowd the High Street as part of Bridgwater Carnival.

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