Fireworks Display Ageas Bowl Hampshire Cricket Club
OVER 10,000 people came together for the spectacular Ageas bowl bonfire and fireworks display.
The Ageas Bowl’s annual Fireworks Party went off with a bang at the home of the Hampshire Cricket Club.
More than 10,000 people spotted the amazing 20 minutes fireworks display and enjoyed the delightful evening at the Hampshire Cricket ground with traditional food, drinks and dance.
Fantastic fireworks display lights up Ageas bowl
In the UK every year people get together around in early November to celebrate Bonfire Night across the country.
There are firework displays in public grounds across the country and people light bonfires with an image to represent historical figure Guy Fawkes. In 1605, when Guy Fawkes and his group planned to blow up the House of Lords during the state opening of Parliament, but it failed.
Kids are enjoying the toys show
The event organizer Jon Marsden said: “This event we host every year it Southampton Roundtable. The event is hosted by us for the local community and people living around Southampton get together to enjoy and donate for the charity”
Guy Fawkes was caught and sent to the Tower of London, tortured to give up the names of his co-traitor and then executed in January 1606 for high disloyalty.
A number of fair ground game
I spoke to the event organizer Jon Marsden and the local public:
By: Mir Wazir (@MirWazir)