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Details announced for this year’s Christchurch Park fireworks display in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 19:51 16 September 2017 | UPDATED: 20:34 16 September 2017

Fireworks in Christchurch Park, 2016. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

Fireworks in Christchurch Park, 2016. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

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First details of this year’s Christchurch Park fireworks display in Ipswich have been announced.

Details have been announced for this year's fireworks display in Christchurch Park. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWSDetails have been announced for this year's fireworks display in Christchurch Park. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

The popular Guy Fawkes night celebration will take place on Saturday, November 4 from 6pm.

Alongside the headlining firework display, which kicks off at 8pm laid on by Alchemy Fireworks, family fun will run through until 10pm with funfair, games, children’s activities, stalls, and a bar all set for the occasion.

The 46th event also includes Tri Fie R – a fire-themed dance troupe – as well as performances by funk band Soul Riot and the Funky Voices choir.

Tickets will be going on sale from October 2 priced £4.50 for children and £6.50 for adults, until November 3.

Tickets can be bought online here and at participating stores, including all Ipswich East of England Co-op stores, and both the Warren Heath and Hadleigh Road Sainsbury’s stores.

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