Fleetwood Firework Extravaganza
Saturday 5th November at the Marine Hall Gardens.
Fleetwood can once again look forward to a spectacular firework display this year. Preparations are now complete for staging the towns firework extravaganza to take place between 5.30 and 9pm on November 5th.
The event, as in previous years will take place opposite the Mount and Marine Hall, and if previous years are anything to go by we can expect a record crowd to this free event. Collections will be made on the night for charity, so contributions will be most welcome.
It is only through the hard work of the Police, Lancashire Fire and Rescue, Fleetwood Town Council and Wyre Borough Council, Regenda and Fleetwood Rotary Club that we can once again enjoy this spectacle, so a big thank you to all involved this year.
The fireworks are due to be set off at around 7.30pm; but musical entertainment is to be provided by the local band Jepps, and a variety of refreshment options will be available for visitors. Road restrictions will be in place, so remember if coming by car to park safely to and arrive in good time. As in previous years we want this to remain a spectacular and safe event.
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Fleetwood Community's spectacular Fireworks extravaganza in 2015 at the Marine Hall Gardens was the events seventh year.
The event is free and is extremely popular with Fleetwood residents, providing a safe and secure environment to enjoy the fireworks. In fact this organised event has significantly reduced bonfire and emergency callouts in the area in previous years.
Richard Newson chair of the organising committee and president of Fleetwood Rotary Club said: 'Funding has been received from Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service Community fund generated by a community partnership. Also Regenda group, Fleetwood Town Council, and the Police and Crime Commissioner fund have also contributed'.
Sergeant Danny Whittaker of Fleetwood police added: “This event goes from strength to strength each year and has helped significantly reduce anti-social behaviour across Fleetwood and the wider area.
It's a very busy evening for the town generating true community spirit.
Approximately 10,000 people attended the event last year and this year should prove even more popular, so be safe and see you on the night !
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