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Just one week to go until Fireworks Spectacular

18 October 2017
The excitement is starting to build ahead of next week’s HMS Sultan Bonfire & Fireworks Night 2017 which takes place on Thursday 26 October.

Thousands of people are expected to head to HMS Sultan in Gosport for what will be a fun filled evening of entertainment culminating in a spectacular fireworks display.

David Perry from The Breeze will be there to take the crowd through the evening up to the main event and there will also be entertainers including fire breathers and a funfair with rides at very reasonable rates.

There will be lots to keep everyone entertained before the big fireworks finale and, with free parking for all, the HMS Sultan Bonfire & Fireworks Night 2017 is sure to be a night to remember.

It is one of only a few displays which take place during the half-term break and we look forward to welcoming everyone along for the evening

Lieutenant Commander Roy Johnson, event organiser

Event organiser Lieutenant Commander Roy Johnson said, “The HMS Sultan Bonfire & Fireworks Night is a special evening to be involved with. It’s a not for profit event which is all about providing the community with an exceptional professional display in a safe environment, and at a price which is affordable to everyone.”

“It is one of only a few displays which take place during the half-term break and we look forward to welcoming everyone along for the evening.”

The gates will open at 6pm on Thursday, with the Bonfire lit at 7:15pm and the main display at 8pm. The gates will close at 10:30pm.

Advance tickets are available up until Wednesday at a substantially discounted early bird rates from local vendors, with full price tickets also available for purchase on the night.

Disabled access and facilities available.

Advance tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded.

For further information please visit: www.royalnavy.mod.uk/sultan-fireworks

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