Fireworks a blast at Felsted Primary School

PUBLISHED: 09:00 15 November 2016 | UPDATED: 12:25 17 November 2016

Leela Hill, who won the prize to set off the fireworks ready to press the button to launch the display, with her family and fellow parent David Arora.

Leela Hill, who won the prize to set off the fireworks ready to press the button to launch the display, with her family and fellow parent David Arora.

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Fireworks at Felsted Primary School went down a blast last weekend at the annual bonfire night display.

More than 2,000 people enjoy the show each year, and the whole event costs around £3,800 to run – any extra money raised is put back into the school.

Headteacher Lawrence Garside said: “It was a fantastic evening considering there was no water in Felsted first thing on Friday morning, and at one point I thought we were going to have to cancel it.

“Luckily the event went ahead and I was delighted to see many ex pupils and their families come along . The Parent, Teacher, and Friends Association worked exceptionally hard and deserve the result they achieved.”

Persimmon Homes, Taylor Wimpey, CPR Construction ,Warburtons and Flitch Green Co-op all sponsored the event.

Michael O’Leary, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey East London, says: “It’s fantastic to see local people working together to put on a fun-filled evening for everyone to enjoy and we are so pleased to have played a part in making it happen.”


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