Firework extravaganza tickets on sale

TICKETS go on sale this week for Suffolk's premier firework display.The 33rd annual pyrotechnics organised by the 11th Ipswich Scout Group and The Evening Star, takes place in Christchurch Park Ipswich on Saturday, November 6.

TICKETS go on sale this week for Suffolk's premier firework display.

The 33rd annual pyrotechnics organised by the 11th Ipswich Scout Group and The Evening Star, takes place in Christchurch Park Ipswich on Saturday, November 6.

And if you buy your tickets before the day you can get a third off the purchase price.

The internationally famous Shell Shock Firework Company from Bramfield, Suffolk, has designed this year's display.

Shell Shock use only the best quality firework material from all over the world and have created another brilliant display, to make the Ipswich show one of the best displays in the country.

Christchurch Park's natural amphitheatre makes viewing easy and with two music stages, street entertainers, a gigantic funfair and numerous caterers, it is certain to be another night to remember.

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Gates open at 6pm with the display at 8pm. Organisers are advising people to arrive early to enjoy the entertainment and the special atmosphere the park offers.

Tickets cost £3 for children (aged 5 to 15 years with under 5's free) and £5 for Adult Tickets until November 5. On the day entry will be £4.50 for children and £7.50 for adults.

Tickets are available from: Sainsburys stores in Ipswich, Tesco at Copdock Mill Ipswich, Martins Newsagent in Tower Ramparts Shopping Centre. In Felixstowe from the Ad Centre Solar superstore, Keith Avis High Street Hadleigh and their store in Buyright superstore, Hadleigh, United News The Thorough Woodbridge, Tourist Information Centre Wilkes Way Stowmarket.

The can also be purchased from the Ipswich Tourist Information Centre in St Stephens Lane Ipswich (call 01473 258070).

For more information visit the event's website www.ipswichfireworks.org

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