Rugby fireworks to be bigger and better than ever

By Laura Maltby Friday 26 October 2012 Updated: 01/11 11:17

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Round table members Malcolm Freeman and Alistair George are looking forward to this years firework extravaganza.

ROCKETS, catherine wheels and sparklers will help to light up the sky at Rugby Round Table's fireworks spectacular this year.

The event, being held at Winfield Recreation Ground for the first time ever, is set to take place from 5.30pm on Saturday November 3 with all profits going to local charities and good causes.

Rugby FM will be providing entertainment and live acts from 6pm, with food and drinks available before the main event begins at 7.30pm.

There will be road closures around the area but some town centre car parks will be free from 5pm offering a shuttle bus service to the event.

Tickets are available online at www.rugbyfireworks.co.uk priced £3 (£5 on the night).

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