Canterbury’s spectacular fireworks display and fun-filled family evening returns once again this year to The Spitfire Ground, St. Lawrence, the home of Kent Cricket.
Kent Cricket’s Fireworks Night, sponsored by Cygnet Hospital Maidstone, saw a continued year on year boost in attendance last year, hosting over 4,500 people at the only fireworks display in Canterbury guaranteed to be held on Bonfire Night, the 5th of November.
Alongside a breath-taking 20-minute fireworks display which forms the evening’s centrepiece, there will also be fairground attractions and live music from Old Town Souls for the whole family to enjoy, all hosted by KMFM’s, Laura Crockett in the heart of Canterbury.
Simba Kaseke, Hospital Manager, at Cygnet Hospital Maidstone said: “We’re really pleased to be partnered with Kent Cricket, supporting the delivery of one of the biggest fireworks displays in East Kent.
“It’s a great family evening and we’re delighted to be involved with this popular event in the heart of the local community.”
Emma Santer, Kent Cricket’s Commercial Director said: “It’s great to welcome Cygnet Hospital Maidstone on-board as our key sponsor for this year’s Fireworks Night at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence.
“Their support is hugely valued, and it’s fantastic to work with businesses throughout Kent.
“It’s always a brilliant event in the calendar and we are looking forward to welcoming everyone on Tuesday 5th November.”
Tickets cost £8 in advance for adults, £4 for juniors and £20 per family. Buy your tickets in advance to save money on gate entry prices!
Cygnet Hospital Maidstone has been open for a year and provides a state-of-the art mental health facility for adults.
Purpose built to meet the national specifications for improving mental health, the hospital provides an important and much-needed service 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.