Volunteers from two major events team up for Felixstowe firework night on November 1
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Details have been released of this year’s Felixstowe fireworks spectacular.
Felixstowe and Walton United are again hosting the event – and have teamed up with Felixstowe Carnival to raise funds for next summer’s big celebration.
It is the eighth year the club has held the event and this year it takes place on November 1.
Last year 3,000 people attended and this year organisers are hoping even more will go to the football ground in Dellwood Avenue to enjoy a 20-minute professional display fired to music, this time with a spooky Halloween theme.
As well as the display, the event will feature a funfair, sideshows, entertainers and a food village featuring a BBQ, wood fired pizzas, jacket potatoes, posh coffee and more.
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Chris Daynes, facilities manager for Felixstowe and Walton United FC, said: “Over the years, thousands of pounds has been raised for local charities and this year Felixstowe and Walton United FC have teamed up with the Felixstowe Carnival Association to ensure the event runs smoothly and also to raise funds towards next year’s carnival, which will benefit the community as well as providing the town of Felixstowe with a major public firework display of its own to be proud of.”
Volunteers from both organisations will pool their experience and manpower.
Discounted tickets will be available from October 1 from outlets in the town – Coes Menswear, Underwoods Hardware, Chuckles, and the football club – as well as online at www.felixstowefootball.co.ukAre you hosting a firework display? Email details to us and we will include your event in our listings.
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