Fireworks, Charity and Fun

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Fireworks Displays

On Thursday 5th November, Basildon Round Table is holding its annual “Basildon’s biggest and best” fireworks display at its new venue, the Holy Cross Recreation Ground, Church Road, Basildon SS14 2HP.

With £10,000 worth of fireworks set off to a music spectacular, you’re in for a great evening. Tickets £7 on the day, but £5 in advance. Under 5s go free.

Tickets available from “the tent in the town” which you’ll find opposite Primark up to the 5th.

The Round Tablers have run this annual safe and fun fireworks event since 1965 in order to raise money for local and community charities. There’s free parking at the Tractor Plant on Cranes Farm Road and stewards in place to guide you.

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— or perhaps the biggest display in Essex, for that’s the proud boast of the 46th annual Billericay Charity Fireworks spectacular on Saturday 7th November. Gates open at 5.30pm in beautiful Lake Meadows park, with the lake providing the backdrop for the fireworks. All money raised goes to the Billericay Round Table to be used for charitable purposes, mainly locally.

Tickets on the gate £8 for adults and £6 for children. Advanced ticket sales £6 and £4 respectively, with a transaction fee of £1.50 charged per order, not per ticket.

Online sales close at midnight 6th November. For further information visit www.billericayfireworks.co.uk

Address: Lake Meadows Park, Radford Crescent, Billericay, CM12 0BW

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The Hamelin Trust Charity Night: Sat 7th. Nov. from 7.30pm to midnight.

The Hamelin Trust charity night is at the Burstead Golf Club, Little Burstead, Billericay. 
Entertainment will be provided by DJ Frames and an auction will be conducted by Johnny Clark selling signed items and pledges from local businesses.
Tickets are £15 each. Children 5 and under go free.

For further info. and bookings ‘phone Nicky Evans on (01277) 314232

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