Harrogate Roundtable organizers originally decided to hold only fireworks at this year’s event but have now decided to do the rest this Saturday 5th November – bonfire, fireworks, live music, and food and drink stalls.
Harrogate Homeless Project is delighted to have been chosen as the lead charity for the event, but urgently needs more volunteers to make it as successful as possible and raise valuable funds for HHP this winter.
The charity says it needs volunteers to collect on Saturday before and after the fireworks between 4.45pm and 8.00pm.
“Feel free to invite your friends and family to volunteer and you can all experience the fantastic fireworks display and help make a real difference for the people we support,” an HHP spokesperson said. .
Schedule of fireworks and bonfires
Entertainment will begin at 5 p.m.
The bonfire will be lit at 5:30 p.m.
The final fireworks will begin at 7:15 p.m.
Roaming fireworks and live bonfire music
Three Strikes – a band formed by sixth form students from St Aidan.
The Directors – well known local band having played Bed Race and Harrogate Beer Festival.
Roaming bonfires and fireworks Food and drinks
Harrogate District Scouta will sell burgers, hot dogs, tea and coffee and soft drinks.
Andy Annat of Crackerjack.
A licensed bar will be provided by Vintage Event Bars in conjunction with a new local bar.
The fireworks take place on the Stray along Oatlands Drive near St Aidan’s School and will feature 1,400 firings and over 250 mortar rounds, all supplied by Ferrensby Fireworks.
For safety reasons, visitors are advised not to bring sparklers, but light-up toys will be available for purchase from volunteers at Pannal Primary PTA and Harrogate Gymnastics.
. urgent appeal charity Harrogate to volunteers for fire joy fireworks Stray