Swansea’s spectacular annual fireworks show plans to return this year to make it bigger and better than ever.
With a new date of November 12, with a familiar location, Swansea Council is holding a large-scale event in which it has declared a safe environment, so that everyone can enjoy this spectacular spectacle.
This is the first time in two years that the fireworks show has been given the green light since it was earlier canceled due to concerns over Coved’s concerns. You can. Read more stories about Swansea here..
Swansea Council said Swansea is a great place because of its vast outdoor space and space to spread. With the exception of this type of event, a coveted pass will not be required. The low tide is due to move on November 12. This is usually the night of the fireworks – November 5.
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The event will run from 6.30pm to 8pm with parking available including amusement grounds, civic center and city center car parks.
Roads will be temporarily closed for the evening, including Oyster Mouth Road (between Skate Lane and Glamorgan Street) from 5pm to 9pm.
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Council Cabinet member Robert Francis Davis said: “Our display on November 12 will be great and the low tide will mean that there will be plenty of room for thousands of participants to feel comfortable and safe. We really wanted to have the event on November 5 as usual – but this year the tide was not with us.
“We considered other locations for November 5, such as St. Helen’s Sports Ground and Singleton Park, but for a number of reasons they weren’t as good as the bay.
“Other major fireworks displays across Wales have been canceled due to overcrowding and other epidemics. However, we are determined to come to the show, even if it means breaking with tradition to make it as safe as possible. Can be made. “
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