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 →
If you want to see a great fireworks display over November then you can see us in action at three shows – Caterham Dene on Saturday 1 November, St David’s College on Sunday 2 November and Langley Park School for Girls on Saturday 8 November.
At Caterham, tickets cost £4 per person in advance, £5 on the gate and under 5s can attend free of charge. This year’s Caterham Round Table display has a Halloween theme so be prepared for a fireworks ‘spooktacular’! Gates open at 6pm and the display starts at 8pm. The torch procession is at 6.30pm from Caterham on the Hill Library. More details at www.caterhamfireworks.co.uk
At St David’s College, the gates open around 5.30pm with the first display starting around 6.10pm and the second fireworks display finishing around 7.15pm with a bonfire about 20 minutes after we have secured the site. Tickets are limited. For more information visit the St David’s College PTA website.
This year is the 20th anniversary Rotary Club of West Wickham and Langley Park School for Girls PSA display, so expect a little extra. Gates open at 6pm and the display starts at 7pm. Please do not attempt to drive down Hawksbrook Lane. Ticket prices are adults £6, Children £3.50, Under 5s go free. Family tickets of £14 for two adults and two children available only in advance from participating local schools More details at www.westwickhamfireworks.co.uk
Knights of Fire are one of more than 20 local clubs, societies and organisations lined up to take part in the first ever WOT’S ON IN WEST WICKHAM taking place from 9.30am to 1.00pm on Saturday 5 April 2014 at St Francis Church Hall, Ravenswood Avenue, West Wickham. The exhibition, organised by the West Wickham Rotary Club, is designed to showcase and increase membership of the wide range of different activities available in the area, ranging from theatre performers to sports clubs to arts and crafts. The morning will also include demonstrations from some of the groups. Refreshments will also be available.
The Knights of Fire provided the closing night’s fireworks display for the West Wickham Residents’ Association’s fair to mark The Queen’s diamond jubilee at the beginning of June 2012. The display also attracted the attention of the local press. The night was a little misty and it rained during the day but the audience reaction was fantastic.
According to the WWRA’s chairman: “We were delighted with everything that you did. Thank you so much, it was brilliant.”