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London Millennium Fireworks

London Millennium Fireworks

Since the advent of the Millennium in 1999, fireworks have been a major feature of the London New Years' Eve celebrations and continue to do so to this day.

In 2003, the planners decided to fire the pyro from the London Eye. The display costs an average of £35,000 a minute (yes, that’s a not inconsiderable £583.00 a second).

There was a gap of a couple of years in 2002 and 2003 and in 2004, cost-conscious London reduced the display to only 3 minutes.

Until 2010, the fireworks were not choreographed to music but in 2011/12 the fireworks heralding in the Jubilee Year and Olympic hopes were bigger and better than ever.

We hope they continue for many years to come but if you are looking for fireworks, whether for New Year, a birthday, anniversary or product launch, get in touch and we will discuss your budget and requirements.

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