First ever public firework display at The Children’s Trust in Tadworth

Fireworks, facepaint and fizz are what you can expect at The Children’s Trust’s Fireworks Night (Friday 27 October) at the historical Tadworth Court. The event, which is open to the public for the first time this year, is being hosted by the charity to raise money for children with brain injury across the UK.  The family-friendly evening which promises a spectacular display at one of Surrey’s iconic landmarks begins at 6pm with the main display at 8pm. Food and drink will be available and includes German delicacies, posh potatoes and pancakes. Prosecco and beer will be on offer for adults, while children can join in the festivities with face paint and glow sticks. Hannah Vince, fundraiser at The Children’s Trust, said: “We want to make sure our first ever Fireworks Night goes off with a bang! The historical grounds of Tadworth Court make the perfect backdrop for the event and we’re looking forward to welcoming the local community to a very special evening. All of the proceeds from the night will go towards helping some of the 40,000 children affected by brain injury each year.” Gates open at 6pm.  TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD OUT.

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