Tis soon Guy Fawkes night, when we celebrate the arrest, disembowelling and burning to death (note you are still alive when disembowelled by professionals) of a Catholic terrorist who was going to blow up the Houses of Parliament.
As befitting that tradition, people set off fireworks and burn effigies of Guy Fawkes on bonfires. In some parts of the country villages have adapted their own celebrations based on this centuries old tradition.
In the Devon town of Ottery St Mary, for the last 400 years, locals run through the streets carrying barrels of burning tar on their backs.
Guess what though?
Nanny doesn't approve of this!
The tradition was under threat, because it turns out it's quite hard to get insurance for running around with a barrel of highly flammable liquid on your back.
I can't believe it!
The event regularly raises thousands of pounds for charity.
Unfortunately, after an unexpected claim made last year the organisers' insurance firm pulled out.
The president of the Ottery St Mary carnival, Andy Wade, said that it's the first time he can ever remember an insurance claim being made.
However, I am pleased to report good news; after a nationwide appeal, the organisers have obtained £5M public liability insurance from another company to cover the event.
So, there you go, if you make a stand against Nanny you can still prevail!