Crowborough Fireworks 2015


This year’s display saw some incredible fireworks, choreographed beautifully to the topical James Bond music including View to a Kill, Die another Day, Skyfall and also the most recent – Sam Smith’s “Writing on the Wall.”


Crowborough 2015

Despite the wet weather people again travelled far and wide for the display, and Crowborough Town Council treated residents to another amazing display raising funds for the Mayor’s charities.  Hardy folk donned their wellie boots and raincoats and were wowed by the show. The stunning finale of the fireworks was a breathtaking sequence of white strobe effects, set to Shirley Bassey’s “Diamonds are Forever!”

Diamonds are Forever!
Diamonds are Forever!

Wivelsfield Bonfire Society

Show opening

One of our earliest shows of the season was at Wivelsfield Green.  The local primary school hosted this village event organsied by the Wivelsfield Bonfire Society.  Crowds were wowed by the colourful display – the highlights included the “W” effect created for “Wivelsfield Green”  across the viewing site and the Brocade Peacock leading into a huge shell finale.

Springfields Fireworks Spectacular, Spalding 2015

Springfields Fireworks Extravaganza

Thursday 5th November 2015 – Springfields Fireworks Spectacular, Spalding
This annual event for our Peterborough based part of the team, is one of the closest shows to their base and, provides a little “home comfort!”   The fireworks are not in your normal field – Springfields Festival Gardens provides a  beautiful backdrop for ground level fireworks in and around the lovely 25 acres of stunning grounds.

Springfields Festival Gardens
Springfields Festival Gardens

This is a really popular,local, family event.  The show is due to start at 7.15pm

Plymouth Hoe 2015


Thursday 5th November 2015 – Plymouth Hoe
The city hosts a bonfire and fireworks display; the bonfire is located near to Smeatons Tower and is lit at 7.30pm. Pyrovision set off their spectacular display from behind the walls of the Royal Citadel at 8pm.

This and the lighthouse on the Hoe provides an amazing backdrop for the fireworks, usually attended by over 10,000 visitors.

For more details visit Plymouth Council’s website…