Organising Your Own Jubilee Fireworks Display
Sometimes, we are all allocated tasks which we perceive are going to cause many problems but I can assure you, organising a firework display really could not be easier.
There is a great deal of information readily available online for organisers of a display which will attract possibly larger than usual numbers of spectators. There is a useful guide available from the Health and Safety Executive which gives a really good overview of how to have a safe event. Please click on the following link to the HSE site: http://www.hse.gov.uk/explosives/fireworks/using.htm
You need to contact local Fire and Rescue, the Police, your local Council to check on licensing (unusual, but good idea to check) and importantly, to make arrangements for First Aid provision. Usually, there are local First Aid providers in amongst your family and friends, fully trained for their place of work. Check. You should normally expect to provide 2 First Aiders for up to 3000 people.
With semi-professional display packs starting from £295.00 delivered, we have something to suit every taste and pocket. Also, we have put together a Diamond Jubilee pack (£495.00 inc VAT) which is geared towards a visual rather than noisy display but, we can put together a bespoke pack wherever required.
All our displays come along with a full safety brief, layout recommendations, timings and safety lighters (portfires). Some of you may like to consider using one of our fabulous remote firing systems. Again, full instruction will be given where required on all safety aspects including safe areas, cordoning off and fall out zones etc.
We have staff on site at all times with up to 20-years experience within the pyrotechnics field, all of whom will happily share their best practice with you.
So, if you are looking for a display to add the wow to your proceedings this Summer, either call us, email us or come along to our specialist showroom in South Yorkshire. Just off junction 36 of the M1, we are easy to find and will happily pop the kettle on for a cup of tea whilst you discuss your requirements.