crowds expected for Burnham-On-Sea's seafront fireworks
crowds of spectators are expected to line Burnham's seafront on
Sunday (November 6th) to watch the town's annual fireworks display.
Hundreds of spectacular fireworks will be fired from the town's
jetty during a dazzling 20-minute display.
spectacular starts at 7.30pm and will include several new fireworks
not previously seen in Burnham's display.
year's fireworks will begin at 7.30pm, which is later than previous
years because of the tide," Town Clerk Eileen Shaw told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
"We wanted to keep the cost down by not using a scaffolding
platform on the jetty."
Illuminations, the company that is running the event on behalf
of the Town Council, says the display once again promises to be
A programme of classical, and modern music will accompany the
The event will be free of charge, but Burnham-On-Sea Rotary Club
will be collecting donations along the seafront for local charities.
The hugely popular free event, which is often attended by thousands
of spectators, is
being held on the night before Burnham's annual carnival,
which will start at 7.30pm on Monday November 7th.
The display is being funded by the Town Council with the support
of several local businesses, including Home Farm Caravan Park,
Newcombe Caravan Park, Burnham-On-Sea Holiday Village, Highbridge
Caravan Centre, Sandyglade Caravan Park, Unity Farm Holiday Centre
and Dolphin Caravan Park.
Check Burnham-On-Sea.com on Sunday for the latest updates
on this event in the event of any bad weather