THE MALDON FIREWORK SPECTACULAR WILL BE BACK IN PROMENADE PARK ON SATURDAY 2nd NOVEMBER 2019
The gates will open for the Annual Grand Fireworks Display on Saturday 3rd November in Promenade Park, Maldon, Essex, orgainsed by the Maldon Rotary Club with profits going to local charities.
There will be music and entertainment while the the bonfire is lit followed by the music and firework display
Gates open 5.30pm
Bonfire lit 7.00pm
Fireworks start 7.30pm
Buy your tickets in advance and SAVE MONEY!
Adult (age 15+) £6,
Child £4 (age 6-14, under 5s free)
Family £18 (2 adults+2children)
On the night:
Adult (age 15+) £7,
Child £5 (age 6-14, under 5s free)
Family tickets are not available on the night
Advance tickets are available from:
Maldon Tourist Information Centre, Wenlock Way
The Emporium in the High Street
Tesco Fullbridge (Customer Services Desk)
Washington Newsagents Washington Road, Maldon
Tavern Garage The Causeway, Heybridge
Plus the Rotary Club will be selling tickets in the top end of the High Street outside M&Co on Fridays and Saturdays between 9am and 2pm..
Refreshments will be available in the park
Ian Weller added "We aim to provide another memorable event with superb fireworks, set off to synchronised music. We hope the local community will continue to support the event and enable us to both cover our costs and support local Rotary charities. Following last year's event, we distributed over £5,000 which makes all the hard work surrounding the event very well worth it.
WHERE TO PARK
Please follow the AA signs for parking
There will be no parking in Promenade Park so visitors should use the car parks off the High Street. The charge is £1.00 after 5pm - click here for localtions. Parking is also available in the Maldon Council Office car park after 6pm for £1. Limited parking is available in the Plume School car parks for free. Disabled Blue Badge users will be allowed to use the park's coach park on production of the Blue Badge subject to available space.
Please be considerate to local residents and avoid attempting to park on the roads around the park . Do not park on pavements or block drives as you are likely to receive a penalty notice for obstruction.
Heritage Open Days is a National celebration of England's cultural and architectural heritage and includes free admission to buildings, or parts of buildings, which are otherwise not open to the public or that normally charge an entry fee. The Maldon District Open Days event is taking place during 13th to 22nd September 2019.
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