Firework displays 2015: Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire

PUBLISHED: 12:03 28 October 2015 | UPDATED: 11:29 30 October 2015

There will be a fireworks display at Welwyn Garden City Football Club

There will be a fireworks display at Welwyn Garden City Football Club

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There will be fireworks above the pitch at Welwyn Garden City FC next month when the football club stages its now annual display.

Welwyn Garden City Football Club fireworks displayWelwyn Garden City Football Club fireworks display

The Herns Way club will be holding its 2015 fireworks display on Friday, November 6.

As well as fireworks by a professional company, there will be children’s fairground rides, side stalls, food stalls, an outdoor bar and barbecue.

In the club’s October newsletter, membership and social secretary Karen Fisher wrote: “We are delighted to bring back to our community, our amazing fireworks night.

“We had an amazing turnout last year and are hoping for the same again this year.”

She added: “We hope you will support the club once again and come along and enjoy the show.”

A family ticket for two adults and two children over five costs £15, while it is £10 for one adult and two children.

The price is £5 for a single adult or teenager aged 12 to 16.

A ticket for a group of three teenagers (12 to 16) is £10. The display is free for under-fives.

The club’s address is Herns Way, Panshanger, AL7 1TA.

* A Welwyn Garden City school will also be holding a fireworks extravaganza next month.

Harwood Hill JMI School will hold two displays on Saturday, November 7, from 6.30pm.

The first show will be a low noise, child-friendly display, while the second will be the main event at 7pm.

Gates open at 5.30pm with tickets priced £6 for adults and £3.50 for children. It is free for three years and under.

There will be a barbecue, drinks, toffee apples, and a raffle to determine who will start the main display.


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