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Bonfire Night and Halloween Events announced in City Centre

With both Halloween and Bonfire Night approaching, this year’s events to celebrate the festivities have recently been announced.

Norwich’s Halloween Party will take place on Wednesday 31 October from 6pm to 8pm in Chapelfield Gardens. With fancy dress and entertainment, this year’s ‘Spooky City’ event promises an enjoyable evening.

Following Spooky City will be Norwich’s Big Boom Firework event on Friday 2 November. This sensational evening will include an extraordinary firework display from Norwich Castle, backed to music to create a truly wonderful atmosphere. Viewers can watch the display from the city centre from 7.30pm, free of charge.

The city’s Halloween and Bonfire Events annually attract over 10,000 people, and this year is sure to be just as enjoyable as the previous ones.

 


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22/10/2018

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