Where can I watch the 2021 Plymouth fireworks?
The championships take place on Wednesday 18 and Thursday 19 August 2021, with the fireworks being set off from Mount Batten pier from 9.30pm. The best viewing point is Plymouth Hoe, however the displays are visible from all around the waterfront and other top spots include Jennycliff and Devil’s Point.
Who won the British Firework Championship 2021?
Aurora Fireworks have been crowned the best in their field, winning the 2021 British Firework Championships which took place in Plymouth this Wednesday and Thursday.
What time are fireworks Plymouth?
Entertainment will start from around 6pm with live music, fairground rides and refreshment stalls. The first fireworks display will start at around 9.30pm each evening as dusk falls.
Where can I watch Plymouth fireworks?
Plymouth Hoe is one of the best places to catch the displays, as while you’re there you can have fun on the rides, munch on some food and enjoy the music – as well as take part in a moment which will be cherished by many, when, in a special tribute to the victims, five heart-shaped fireworks will be set off at 9.15pm …
When is the Firework Championships in Plymouth 2020?
The world famous British Firework Championships will return to Plymouth’s Waterfront on 12 and 13 August 2020.
When do the British Firework Championships come back?
British Firework Championships is back with a BANG. We are pleased to confirm that the British Firework Championships will return on 18th & 19th August 2021. Read more
Why is there so much traffic in Plymouth?
Read more With so many people visiting Plymouth for the event, the roads can easily become choked up with traffic, particularly at the end of the evening when everyone is trying to leave at the same time. Read more
How to get to Royal Parade from Plymouth?
All visitors arriving by car are encouraged to use Plymouth’s Park & Ride services, which provide a quick and direct service to Royal Parade where passengers can either walk approximately 10 minutes up to the Hoe.