Bonfire & Fireworks Display - Naphill Village Hall

Naphill Village Hall - The Centre of Village Life
Naphill Village Hall - The Centre of Village life
Naphill Village Hall - The Centre of Village life
Naphill Village Hall - The Centre of Village Life
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Bonfire and Fireworks Display

 


Annual Firework Display

          After much deliberation and soul-searching, given the impact of Covid-19, the
          Fireworks Committee have sadly unanimously decided to cancel this year’s
          event.


NAPHILL FIREWORKS 2020

         Every year the Village Hall Fireworks Committee arranges and organises the annual
         Bonfire and Fireworks Display. This is one of the major events for the Village Hall
         and in the life of the village. It is widely supported throughout the village with local
         shops selling tickets and many residents and organisations lending a hand. It is
         eagerly looked forward to by the village children and adults of all ages and a major
         revenue income for the Village Hall.The fireworks display gets more spectacular
         each year, last year (2nd November), nearly 2400 people attended plus the many
         more who watched the event from the roadside along Main Road.

        The event this year is scheduled for Saturday 7th November and is shaping up to
        be quite spectacular, we look forward to you attending and even better why not offer
        to lend a hand. We are looking for some of the "younger" residents of Naphill to help
        out, please contact the Village Hall Fireworks Committee if you wish to help in organising
        the event or helping out on the night.

" a centre that will radiate good fellowship" S. F. Piercy Village Hall Secretary May 1943.
"a centre that will radiate good fellowship" S.F. Piercy Village Hall Secretary May 1940.
" a centre that will radiate good fellowship" S.F. Piercy Village Hall Secretary May 1943.
" a centre that will radiate good fellowship " S.F. Piercy Village Hall Secretary May 1943.
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