Firework Displays in Cambridgeshire

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Firework Displays in Cambridgeshire

Cambridge

Name: Cambridge Bonfire Firework Display

Description: Spectacular firework display

When: Friday 5th November 2010

Where: Midsummer Common, Cambridge

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Time: 7.30pm

Prices: Donations of at least �1 per person are encouraged.

Telephone: 01223 457555

Parking: The Grafton, Park Street, Grand Arcade, Queen Anne Terrace, Cambridge City Football Club, Milton Road. Additional buses will operate from all five Park & Ride sites. The last bus for the start of the display will leave Park & Ride sites at 6.45pm and the last return will be at 9.00pm.

Disabled access: Parking for disabled people will be available at Jesus College. Access is via Victoria Avenue entrance and spaces must be occupied before the road closure comes into operation at 6.30pm. Exit will be via Jesus Lane. After 6.30pm it will not be possible to drive to the car park. These spaces are limited and available to blue badge holders only. After road closures, or when these spaces have been filled, Grafton Centre East and Queen Anne Terrace car parks are recommended.

Ely

Name: Fireworks Spectacular

Description: As well as fireworks there will be the usual side stalls, fun fair and barbecue style refreshments and people are being urged to arrive early to make the most of the event.

When: Saturday 13th November 2010

Where: Cherry Hill Park, Ely

Time: Gates open at 5pm, the bonfire will be lit at 6.15pm and the fireworks display will take place at 6.45pm.

Prices: Family of four - �8 for a ticket if bought in advance. They can be bought at Specsavers, Weekly News Office, David Baldock Dentists, Tourtist Information Office at Cromwell House, all located in Ely. For Soham - Lloyds TSB. It has been advised that people purchase their tickets in advance to cut down congestion at the park gates.

King’s Lynn

Name: Fawkes in The Walks

Description: The park will be a hive of activity with stalls, funfair rides and high-energy activities, such as bungee ropes and trampolines. Local bands Accapoustics and Under the Influence will entertain the crowd before the pyrotechnics burst into action at 8pm. A fiery-themed fancy dress competition will be held with a range of great prizes up for grabs, including a family ticket for the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange’s first pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk. Judging takes place at 8.20 pm.

When: Friday 5th November 2010

Where: KIng’s Lynn

Time: The bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm

Prices: Free. Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult. People are advised not to bring pets to the park during the evening. This is an organised display. Private fireworks are not permitted in The Walks.

March

Name: Bonfire Night Fireworks Event

Description: Bonfire extravaganza.

When: Friday 5th November 2010

Where: All Saints School in March, Cambridgeshire/

Whittlesey

Name: Rotary Bonfire and Fireworks Display

Description: �2,500 worth of fireworks. Hot and cold refreshments will be available.

When: Saturday 6th November 2010

Where: Northside, located on the B1040 between Whittlesey and Thorney

Time: Gates open at 6pm, Bonfire is lit at 7pm. Fireworks at 7.30pm

Prices: Adults �5; Under 16’s �2

Telephone: 01733202543 - Paul Cornell

Wilburton

Name: Wilburton Fireworks

Discription: Firework display

When: Saturday 6th November 2010

Where: Wilburton Recreational Ground

Time: Gates open at 6pm, Fireworks at 7.30pm

Prices: Adults �5; Under 14’s �2.50; Under 5 Free

Telephone: Unknown

Parking: Free

Disabled access: Unknown

Firework Code

1. Keep fireworks in a sealed box or tin

2. Use them one at a time, replacing the lid immediately

3. NEVER put fireworks in your pocket

4. Read the instructions carefully, using a torch or hand lamp. NEVER use a naked flame

5. Light fireworks at arms length using a taper or a firework lighter

6. Stand well back and NEVER return to a firework after it has been lit, it could explode in your face

7. Ensure that all children with fireworks are well supervised

8. NEVER throw fireworks

9. Keep all pets and animals indoors

10. Take care of sparklers, wear gloves to hold them and dispose of sparklers in a bucket of water as soon as they are finished

11. Make sure you wear the right clothing. Do not wear nylon, which can melt against the skin, and do not wear t-shirts or shorts, where bare skin is exposed.

12. Never give sparklers to a child under the age of five.

13. Buy fireworks marked BS 7114.

14. Never throw discarded fireworks on bonfires.

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