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Fireworks spectacular is planned

PUBLISHED: 15:24 06 October 2017

Scenes from a previous firework display in the region to celebrate Bonfire Night. Picture: James Bass.

Scenes from a previous firework display in the region to celebrate Bonfire Night. Picture: James Bass.

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2006

An annual spectacular will return next month, with a display that promises to be “bigger and better than before.”

Organisers of the Aldeby fireworks spectacular admitted there will be plenty to “entertain you all” next month.

A spokesman said: “Come along to Jump Cross Field, Lily Lane, Aldeby on Saturday, November 4, between 5.30pm to 8pm, to join in the fun. Sponsored by Hamiltons Removals and Waveney Self Storage, this year’s musically themed firework display will be bigger and better than before, promising to thrill visitors of all ages.”

Alongside an “amazing” fireworks display, visitors will be treated to a bonfire, a stall serving both cold and hot food and a stilt walker. Tickets cost £6 for adults, £4 children, or £20 for a family ticket (two adults, three children). Tickets can be purchased at the event, or in advance from Aldeby Post Office, Glebeland Primary School, Waveney River Centre, Wheatacre Hall Barns or from Dave on 07733 230206 or Tim on 07796 931066.

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