Exeter Round Table Charity Firework Display

Monday 5th November 2018

@ Westpoint Arena, Exeter

Gates Open 5:30pm- 7:30pm 

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Advance

On the gate

Adults & Seniors

£6

£9

Children (3-16 years)

£4

£5

Family (2 Adults, 2 Children)

£16

£23

The Event

Exeter Round Table are proud once again to be putting on their annual Charity Fireworks Display at Westpoint. This year firing a Mystical and Magical themed display for all ages from the masters at Sonic Fireworks.

We are the largest pyro-musical charity firework display in Devon, All funds raised go to some great charities and causes. So please come along, enjoy the evening and help us help the local community! There is also a large fair with many thrilling rides, a range of food and drink stalls and ample free parking.

Please plan to arrive on site by 6:45pm at the latest, to allow time to park and pass through the ticket gates with no entry after 7:30.

Please note that we will need to close the main road traffic ingress at 7:20pm due to the location of the fireworks firing area. If you do not arrive in time for this we  cannot guarantee that you will be able to get onto site even if you have bought advance tickets.

Sparklers are not permitted at this event. The fun fair and the food and drink stalls will remain open until 9pm.

Location & Transport

Exeter Round Table's Annual charity fireworks display is being held at Westpoint again this year. This spectacular event has grown to become the biggest fireworks display in Exeter.

We have arranged for an independent car/taxi pick up and drop off zone from the bus drop off area.

Stagecoach buses

Stagecoach are offering a special return fare of £2 per person on the 5th of November for advance ticket holders. The route will be St David's Station, City Centre  (Cheeke Street), Sowton Park and Ride, finishing at Westpoint. 9W buses will be running every 15-20 minutes from:-

St David's Station (5:00pm- 6:25pm)

Cheeke Street (5:10pm-7:00pm)

Sowton Park & Ride (5:35pm-7:10pm)

The buses will be returning from Westpoint at regular intervals from 8.00pm until 9.20pm. These fares are available on the 9/9A  service as well as the 9W on the the 5th November. These buses have proved incredibly popular in past years as they have priority entry and exit from Westpoint.

Please note that the buses are independently run and purchase of an advanced ticket is not a guarantee of travel to the Fireworks event. 

Ticket Outlets

Advance tickets are available from the following locations:

  • Devon Air Ambulance Charity Shops; Heavitree, St Thomas, Topsham, Budleigh Salterton

  • Artigiano, High Street

  • Londis, Clyst St Mary

  • Langmaids News, Fore Street

  • Haines Watts Chartered Accountants, Southernhay 

  • Stagecoach, Exeter Bus Station
  • Pinhoe Pharmacy
  • The Snug, Whipton
  • Co-op, Heavitree
  • Broadway Stores, St Thomas
  • Gillets Spar, Silverton

Disabled Access

Disabled 'Blue badge' drivers please follow signs for disabled parking and easy site access. Most areas are accessible by wheelchair via the tarmac roads. Disabled toilets available within main Westpoint arena building.

Parking

Free car parks on site. Disabled 'Blue badge' drivers please follow signs for disabled parking.

Terms

If adverse weather conditions cause a cancellation of the fireworks display any tickets which have been purchased will be valid for a replacement display which Exeter Round Table will arrange as soon as possible within reason. As a replacement display will be arranged, ticket refunds will not be available. Presentation of a ticket when boarding one of the buses to the event does not guarantee entry to the event.
Round Table Do More

Exeter Round Table organise Exeter’s biggest and best fireworks display with this being their 38th annual event. The event is run on a volunteer basis with all profits being donated to local charities. For more details on recent Round Table activites visit www.exeter.roundtable.co.uk

 

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