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Kesgrave firework night set for return to Kesgrave High School this November

PUBLISHED: 12:22 20 September 2017 | UPDATED: 12:22 20 September 2017

The Kesgrave fireworks display at the High School in 2015. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

The Kesgrave fireworks display at the High School in 2015. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

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The Kesgrave fireworks night will be returning to Kesgrave High School this November after the success of last year’s event.

The Kesgrave fireworks display at the High School. Alun Slatter (Fireflow) entertains the crowds. Picture: PHIL MORLEYThe Kesgrave fireworks display at the High School. Alun Slatter (Fireflow) entertains the crowds. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

The evening will take place on Sunday, November 5, with gates opening from 4pm.

Among the entertainment lined up for the evening is face painting for children, live music performances, hot food and drink stalls, balloons and stilt walkers.

The firework display itself will kick off from 6pm.

The evening is a ticketed-only event, as well as being a car-free event.

The Kesgrave fireworks display at the High School. Fireflow entertain the crowds. Picture: PHIL MORLEYThe Kesgrave fireworks display at the High School. Fireflow entertain the crowds. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

Fireworks events in Kesgrave had previously been held at the Community Centre field, but 2015 represented a return of the event after several years without one.

The sold out event featured 3,000 people attending, with proceeds from last year’s firework spectacular going towards this year’s event.

Tickets are available from The Bell pub in Main Road, with the pub open from midday each day.

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