Maldon Rotary Club Firework Event

Organised by the Maldon Rotary Club, the Maldon Fireworks is a massive event every year which sees thousands of spectators. This event has been going on for over 42 years, and is well known in the Maldon District for being one of its best fireworks displays.

Along with the fireworks displays, there will also be live music, entertainment and announcements through the evening. Refreshments will also be available.

Gates open at 5.30pm. The bonfire will be lit at 7pm, and then the firework display will start at 7.30pm and will last for approximately 45 minutes. Fireworks are supplied by Star Fireworks.

All proceeds will go to local and Rotary charities. Please note that there will be no public parking on site. There will be a full range of services including First Aid, security and crowd control.

Three separate toilet blocks, including disabled facilities and Changing Places toilet accessed by radar key

Sat 4 Nov 2017 17:30

Adults £6
Children £4
Famil (2 adults & 2 children) £18

Park Drive,

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