Fireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd year

PUBLISHED: 17:16 26 October 2017

Fireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd year

Fireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd year

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Gather the family for the 43rd year of fireworks in Ely’s Cherry Hill Park on Saturday November 11.

Fireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd yearFireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd year

Gather the family for a night of fireworks in Ely’s Cherry Hill Park on Saturday November 11 - and raise money for some local good causes at the same time.

With Ely Cathedral as the backdrop for the 43rd annual fundraiser, the event also features a bonfire, funfair, guy competition, food and drink.

Fireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd yearFireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd year

This year’s chosen charities are Global’s Make Some Noise & Rotary International. Gates open at 5pm before a bonfire at 6.30pm and fireworks at 7pm.

Ely Fireworks is a not for profit community production. Administrated by Ely Fireworks Ltd & produced by SA Events with the support and sponsorship of local businesses and individuals. If you would like to help support the event email info@elyfireworks.co.uk

Fireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd yearFireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd year

Tickets are on sale from Specsavers and the Tourist Information Centre in Ely as well as Littleport Bargain Centre and Soham Books.

Advanced admission costs £4 for adults over 16, £2.50 for children aged five to 15 and £12 for families of two adults and two children.

Fireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd yearFireworks fundraiser returns to Cherry Hill Park in Ely for 43rd year

Entry on the gate will cost £5 for adults and £3 for children.

Search Ely Fireworks on Facebook or visit www.elyfireworks.co.uk for more information.


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