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Crowland Parish Council backs plans for two fireworks events in town



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Councillors are looking to get behind plans for two town firework events this year.

Crowland Parish Council’s chairman and vice chairman, David Kempton and Philip Green, have both voiced their support for the plans.

The first would take place in September as part of the Seige of Crowland Abbey re-enactment - a popular event returning for the first time since pandemic restrictions were introduced.

Chairman David Kempton and vice chairman Philip Green have backed the plans
Chairman David Kempton and vice chairman Philip Green have backed the plans

The second is being put together by local businesses, who are looking to sponsor a free event in November for Guy Fawkes Night.

Coun Kempton and fellow councillors met with the Civil War re-enactment’s organisers last week, with plans reportedly well advanced.

He said: “It’s all great fun for everybody. They’re coming here in September, and they told us that there is a free firework event as a finale of that event.”

Coun Green also voiced his support for the events, which he believes will help the community kick-start more get-togethers.



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