2015 Fireworks Fiesta at Canford Park
Organised by The Bristol Round Table and The Rotary Club of Clifton, the Fireworks Fiesta at Canford Park will take place on Saturday 7th November 2015 and will be nothing less than utterly spectacular. The previous years have raised over £30,000 for local charities so they hope that 2015 will be equally successful.
The most important mandate for the organising committee this year is to maintain the loyalty and commitment to the event’s charitable cause and the thousands of pounds it raises for many local charities benefitting Bristol’s less fortunate. Bristol Round Table and Rotary Club of Clifton members, very much appreciates everyone’s commitment for attending this event which is never taken for granted but now wants to make sure that Canford Park as stays as everyone’s number one choice.
Their intention is to make this year’s display nothing less than exceptional and so hopefully it will hold the passion for keeping it as the Bristol’s preferred firework display. They also add that they cannot of course give any guarantees but believe their amazing display will happen as planned, it is the very best display in the South West.
Now in its 5th year, the fireworks fiesta at Canford Park on Saturday 7th November 2015 will open its gates at 6pm where the fireworks will be launched 7pm promptly. The grounds are spacious and the event is ideal for families and people of all ages. Tickets are £5 (under 3’s free). Tickets bought in advance will benefit , as £1 on each ticket sale will be retained as commission by St. Peters Hospice shops and local schools. With a ticket you bypass any ticket purchase queues on fireworks night and more importantly it guarantees you a place!
This will again, be a fabulous display of fireworks for all the family and just as last year any profit (after necessary third-party costs) will be donated to a number of local charities. The Canford Park display has always been intended to be a strong community event and local display that will appeal to young families living near the park and visitors are encouraged to walk to the display (or use public transport) as there will be no parking available on site.