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Knockholt Carnival Charities Committee host annual fireworks

A special charity firework event will be held in Knockholt this month.

Knockholt Carnival Charities Committee will be putting on its annual fireworks on Saturday on the field at the corner of Main Road and Blueberry Lane.

The ever popular event includes a bonfire Guy made by pupils at Knockholt Primary School, in Main Road.

Check out a fireworks display near you
Check out a fireworks display near you

All profits from the show go to local charities including West Kent mind and a local women's and children's refuge.

Refreshments, including burgers and fish and chips, will be available to purchase as well as hot drinks and sweets.

Glow face-painting and glow sticks will also be on offer to further light up the night.

Gates open at 6pm, the bonfire will be lit at 6.45pm and the full display begins at 7.30pm.

Tickets are available on the gate and cost £8 for adults, £5 for children, £22 for a family of two adults and up to three children and under threes go free.

Advanced tickets cost £7, £4 and £20 respectively from Hancocks Village Store in Halstead, Knockholt Village Store, The Harrow and The Three Horseshoes in Knockholt.

A spokesman for the committee said: "We are grateful for the generosity of Mr and Mrs Edmondson for use of the field and to Westerham Cars for providing in kind sponsorship this year."

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