Kent Cricket is pleased to announce that The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, Canterbury will be hosting the Club’s annual Fireworks Evening on Friday 5 November 2021, in partnership with Cygnet Health Care.
The Fireworks evening at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence has become one of the biggest and best fireworks displays in Canterbury. It returns this year with a Fun Fair and live entertainment throughout the evening, with a backdrop of one of England’s first-class cricket grounds.
Gates will open at The Spitfire Ground at 17:00 before all the fun of the Fair begins at 17:30, with Garry and Claire from the kmfm Breakfast Show hosting the event, as they countdown to the fireworks display scheduled to take place at 19:15.
Save money on entry prices when you buy online in advance, directly through Kent Cricket – prices start at just £4 for juniors (5-15), £8 for adults or £20 for a Family ticket (two adults, two juniors).
On the return of fireworks to The Spitfire Ground, Louisa Powell, Hospital Manager at Cygnet Hospital Maidstone said: “It’s fantastic to see Kent Cricket’s Fireworks Evening back with a bang for 2021, and we are delighted to be sponsoring this spectacular evening of family fun.
“During the pandemic we have seen the importance of strong community relationships and we are proud to play our part in bringing local people together to enjoy one of the biggest and best firework displays in the region.”
Andy Griffiths, Director of Partnerships at Kent Cricket, said: “We’re excited to welcome everybody back to The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence for our ever-popular Fireworks Evening.
“This is always a brilliant event in the calendar and we are looking forward to an entertaining evening on Friday 5 November.”
Cygnet Health Care provides a range of services for individuals with mental health needs from two key locations in Kent.
Cygnet Hospital Maidstone has been open for three years and was purpose built to provide a state-of-the art mental health facility for adults.
Cygnet Hospital Godden Green is situated in the beautiful countryside of the Kent Weald, near Sevenoaks and provides a calm and therapeutic environment for mental health recovery.
Both hospitals provide important and much-needed services for local patients from Kent. Cygnet works closely with NHS partners across the county to ensure that local people can be treated close to their home and as near as possible to their friends and family.