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Kidsgrove Bonfire and Fireworks Display at Clough Hall Park

Kidsgrove Bonfire and Fireworks Clough Hall ParkKidsgrove Bonfire and Fireworks display takes place at Clough Hall Park, Kidsgrove tomorrow (3rd November) evening. There had been a period where it was feared that Kidsgrove Bonfire and Fireworks display would not take place, following demands placed on the original organisers Kidsgrove Rotary Club from Staffordshire Police and Newcastle Borough Council.

Kidsgrove Bonfire and Fireworks display has been resurrected by Paul Warwick. He has employed a professional events organiser to operate the Kidsgrove event this year. The cost to enter the event this year is £7 for adults, £5 for children and £14 for a family ticket for 4.

Food will be available from the Friends of Clough Hall Park group at the pavilion in the park. There will be a wide range of food available with all the proceeds going back to the work which the Friends of Clough Hall Park do with the Kidsgrove Park.

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0 #1 Jess 2012-11-04 14:13
There were not as many people present this year. Maybe because of the uncertainty of the event and the increased charges.

I attended and thought the fireworks display was good but the bonfire did not light at first because of the choice of materials and I am told that the next day it is still more or less in the same state as last night. it is going to cost to cart the stuff away.

One good thing was the good, cheap quality food put on in the
pavilion.
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