Some great footage from the camera at the front of the display as well as some drone footage interwoven in. Many thanks to Steve Sangster for the drone shots – you can see more of his work on Twitter @SteveSangster.
We have a great piece of video of the closing display immediately below, including music by Suburban Star, footage from the crowd as well as aerial shots courtesy of Stephen Sangster. If you are planning your festival or event for 2016 then talk to us about how we can add a great fireworks finale!
Stephen has produced his own video of the day, which you can see below:
Photographer Chris Weedon returned to join us on Saturday 8 November at the 20th anniversary fireworks display at Langley Park School for Girls, organised by the Rotary Club of West Wickham and school’s PSA. Chris has taken pictures of … Continue reading →
As followers of this blog know, we put on a Halloween “spooktacular” for Caterham Round Table‘s 1 November display at Caterham Dene. Photographer Jessica Door of J’Door Photography was there and she took some amazing photos of the display, which … Continue reading →
St David’s College PTA is a long-standing client and although their display and bonfire is private, it still draws a great crowd from the school and is arguably the biggest primary school display in the local fireworks calendar. The … Continue reading →
As bonfire night approaches, better to be safe than sorry. Nobody wants to get hurt when they are out enjoying themselves, whether in their garden or elsewhere. Fireworks can be beautiful but they are not without their own risks and understanding how they work can prevent accidents.
Nick has given a number of talks to school children about what to watch our for and this week spoke about firework safety to the 10th Penge & Beckenham Cubs. He covered the Firework Code, sparkler safety and appropriate clothing – including showing them some of the gear we wear when firing. Nick also showed them what sort of fireworks are used on displays so that if they ever see something elsewhere they know to tell an adult and not touch it themselves.
Everyone who took part received a certificate and according to the Cubs’ Leaders, “it was great to have someone with your expertise to instruct the children and make them realise how dangerous fireworks can be if not used correctly.”