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Belvoir Castle crowds to be dazzled by world-class fireworks displays

Belvoir Fireworks Competition PHOTO: MLE Pyrotechnics ENGEMN00420130726095554
Belvoir Fireworks Competition PHOTO: MLE Pyrotechnics ENGEMN00420130726095554

The sky above Belvoir Castle will light up with hundreds of spectacular fireworks when it plays host to a national fireworks championship tomorrow (Saturday).

The championships are in their ninth year at Belvoir Castle and will feature four great firework displays.

Three of the UK’s best firework companies will compete against each other with a 10-minute firework display choreographed to music, followed by a finale display from organisers (MLE) Pyrotechnics.

The event is still the only one of its type in the UK where the audience have the capability to vote for the team they liked the most using their mobile phone. Texts will be charged at normal rates and a limit of one vote per number is in place.

Gates open for entry at 5pm and close at 9pm ready for the interviews with competitors. At 9.15pm there will be computer-fired demos before the championships begin.

The three teams in competition this year are Skydazzle Pyrotechnics, of Newport South Wales, Kimbolton Fireworks, of Cambridge and Firework Crazy, of Chelmsford Essex. The large-scale (MLE) display starts at 10.30pm and the winners are announced at 10.40pm.

Pre-display entertainment for children includes bouncy castles, rides and similar attractions.

Entry to the event costs £18 per adult and £8 for children (aged 5-16) in advance from www.fireworkchampions.co.uk or tickets can be brought on the gate at £20 for adults and £10 for children.


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