Bradley Stoke’s ever-popular Town Council Fireworks Display takes place this year on Sunday (7th November 2010) at the Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road [map].
As in previous years, entrance to the display is free but there will an entry point collection for St Peter’s Hospice, Mayor Ben Walker’s nominated charity.
Last year’s display was watched by a bumper crowd estimated at between five and six thousand and it raised £4,250 for the British Limbless Ex-Servicemen’s Association (BLESMA) and the Bristol Dyslexia Centre.
With the costs of the fireworks borne by the Council, every penny collected at the event goes to charity.
Gates open at 4:30pm with hot food served from 4:45pm. The display itself starts at 6pm.
No alcohol is allowed on site and sparklers are also forbidden.
Visitors are asked to walk to the venue as no car parking will be available at the Jubilee Centre or on neighbouring streets, with the exception of disabled badge holders.
Those arriving by car are advised to park at the Willow Brook Centre (Tesco Extra) [BS32 8EF, map] and walk to the display.
- Firework displays in and around Bradley Stoke (2010)
- Photos from the 2009 Bradley Stoke Fireworks Display
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