Southport’s Charity bonfire sign Slashed by vandals

Southport’s largest fireworks event which has previously raised charitable funds for a range of deserving causes, such as Alder Hey Children’s Charity, Southport Samaritans and Help for Heroes and many more. Last night (Wednesday 7 th Aug) vandals slashed the event advertisement and caused lots of damage to the plants and flowers on Rotten Row.

Southport and Hesketh Round Table (SHRT) host their annual charity bonfire and fireworks night, the family friendly event returns to Victoria Park on Saturday 5 November, 2016.

The fun-packed evening begins with the lighting of the bonfire at 6.30pm, followed by a spectacular firework display at 8pm. As well as the pyrotechnics, there’s plenty to keep the whole family occupied, from fairground rides to a hearty hog roast along with food & drink stalls. Gates open at 5pm and close at 10pm.

Adult tickets are £7 and £3 for accompanied under-11s, advanced family tickets will be available for just £15 (2 Adults & 2 Children) , while children under five years old go for free. Tickets are available through local affiliated schools, as well as at the main gate on the night. The proceeds of this year’s event will be donated to local charities.

The SHRT fireworks event has previously raised charitable funds for a range of deserving causes, such as Alder Hey Children’s Charity, Southport Samaritans and Help for Heroes to name but a few.

For all the latest news and details about the event, please visit www.southport-hesketh.roundtable.co.uk or the Southport Hesketh Round Table 1199 Facebook page.

The people of Southport have always been hugely supportive of the annual bonfire and fireworks event. We’re hoping that they’ll turn out in their droves again this year for an action-packed evening of fun, and help us to raise a large amount of money for an excellent cause in the process.

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