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Biggest Charity Fireworks Fantastic in Region

Biggest Charity Fireworks Fantastic in Region

The biggest charity Fireworks Fantastic held in the Wellington Region will be staged at Trentham Memorial Park ,Upper Hutt next Saturday evening -30 October.

Murray Lord from the organisers, Upper Hutt Rotary Club says' that the community effort and support from last year that saw a crowd of 18,000 has grown this year and he expects even more people especially as top band "Goldenhorse " are performing.With gates opening around 6pm and an entry fee of only $2.00 per person it provides a very safe and attractive night of fireworks and music.NZ Idol judge Frankie Stevens has put together a great selection of top performers who will fill the NZ Community Trust Stage from around 7pm until the grand fireworks show at around 9 .30 pm.

Great support from Community First Foundation, Pelorus Trust and Rimutaka Trust has enabled Rotary to put on such an affordable event .All proceeds will go to Rotary projects including polio eradication.

Free car parking is available at Moonshine Park.

Refreshments will be available on site

Postponement dates are the following two nights and will be broadcast on radio.

Full Inornation available from Upper Hutt Inforamtion Centre -tel 04 527 2141.


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