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 →
After what can only be described as rubbish weather all morning and early afternoon we have a fantastic evening yesterday at West Wickham and Beckenham’s Langley Park School for Girls where we put our show for the Rotary Club of West Wickham and LPGS PSA. The skies cleared, the crowd turnout was huge and the show ran smoothly. We even managed to get the vehicles off the field this time without any bother. Video to follow.
We had two great nights over the weekend – 2 & 3 November. First off was the display on behalf of the Caterham Round Table at Caterham Dene on Saturday evening. Very positive post-show comments from spectators gathered round the bonfire. On the Sunday we returned to St David’s College in West Wickham for their annual display which drew the usual great reception from the crowd. Photos and videos to follow when we’ve had time to draw breath. Many thanks to all the crew.
Now, a cake box for you and a cake box for us are probably two different things. Just made for the new season are the cake boxes below. Instead of holding creamy or currant-filled delights, these boxes hold fireworks safely and securely in position and are very good for using on hard surfaces where staking is impractical or impossible. Car parks for example.
These are homemade by Nick’s fair hands and we think they look fantastic.
West Wickham’s St David’s College PTA has appointed the Knights of Fire to handle their 2013 fireworks display on Sunday 3 November. The annual fireworks display is a very long-standing tradition of the school and it is where the Knights started their fireworks careers. It is probably the largest private display in the area and we are delighted to be doing it this year.