Welwyn Hatfield fireworks display to go ahead
A PUBLIC fireworks display WILL take place in Welwyn Hatfield for the first time in more than ten years. The event, organised by mayor Kim Langley will kick off at Hatfield House on
A PUBLIC fireworks display WILL take place in Welwyn Hatfield for the first time in more than ten years.
The event, organised by mayor Kim Langley will kick off at Hatfield House on November 5.
She said: "This display is brilliant news for the borough.
"I hope that people will come along for what is expected to be an electrifying display and have a really enjoyable and fun evening."
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A massive bonfire, to be lit by Welwyn & Hatfield Times editor Terry Mitchinson, will also be part of the extravaganza.
*Gates open at 4.30pm, the bonfire will be lit at 6.45pm.
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Entry to the event will cost �6 for adults and �3 for children who arrive on foot.
It will cost �16 for a car-load and �24 for a people carrier.
All proceeds from the event will be donated to the mayor’s charities Welwyn Hatfield Women’s Refuge and the Willow Foundation.