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Community Fireworks on The Rec 2022

The Rotary Community Fireworks is BACK!

Celebrate the 5th November in the heart of Bath with a professional public firework display.

Once again, a spectacular firework display will be lighting up the heart of our beautiful city. The Rotary Club of Bath look forward to welcoming you all back to The Rec for our community fireworks display on November 5th – with all proceeds going to charity.

Entry to the event will be by advance ticket only. All monies raised will go to our main charities for the event: The Glasshouse Academy and Youth Connect South West, and other Rotary supported charities.

A limited number of advance discounted tickets will be available online only.

Students can buy their discounted tickets through the University of Bath Students Union, with proceeds from those ticket sales shared with the SU RAG committee, who are raising money this year for four charities: First Impressions, Off-the-Record Bath, Teenage Helpline and Foodcycle.  We are delighted to once again have the support of volunteers from the University SU RAG team in delivering this event.

Gates will open at 4.30pm, to give you plenty of time to find your ideal location, before the display start at 6.00pm.

Together with our sponsor, Bath Recreation, and with generous support from Powerline, Volker Highways and Bath Leisure Centre operators, GLL, the Rotary Club of Bath are delighted to be able once again to stage this much loved local event.

Refreshments will be available on site.

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