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Beaconsfield Round Table charity fireworks display at Beaconsfield Rugby Club on Sat 4th Nov 2017

| November 1, 2017

Beaconsfield Round Table’s 49th charity fireworks display will take place at Beaconsfield Rugby Club on Saturday 4th November 2017.

The gates open at 5.00pm with fireworks displays at 6.00pm and 7.30pm. The Beaconsfield Rugby Club is located at Windsor End, Beaconsfield, HP9 2JP.

This year special guest is Aaron Brown, of St Mary’s School Beaconsfield. Ten months ago Aaron was sadly diagnosed with Leukaemia, however after receiving support from the proceeds of Beaconsfield Round Table’s 2016 fireworks display Aaron is making a great recovery and the Round Table are very hopeful he will be attending to light the display.

All the proceeds of the event are donated to charities and local causes. Some recent donations include Cystic Fibrosis, Alexander Jansons Foundation, Motor Neuron Disease, Air Ambulance and local groups such as Guides, Scouts, Rotary and Lions who donate to their chosen charities. Over £20,000 was raised in 2016 with this year’s target being even greater.

In 2016 the Beaconsfield Round Table moved venues from the Cricket Club to the Beaconsfield Rugby club in order to keep the event going and to raise money for the community and local charities. The 2016 event was the Beaconsfield Round Table’s biggest success and they hope to improve further this year.

There will be two firework displays, at 6.00pm and 7.30pm, both set to music by the British Musical Firework Champions.

2000 free parking spaces have been provided by Beaconsfield Town FC and the Hall Barn Estate as well as the inclusion of a cinema, fire performers, bouncy castle, mulled wine and prosecco and a huge variety of food stalls from local restaurants and caterers.

Tickets are available the purchase online at the beaconsfieldfireworks.co.uk website or £10 on the gate. Further information on the event can be found at beaconsfieldfireworks.co.uk.

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