More than 10,000 expect to see free Norwich fireworks
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Norwich's skies will be lit-up this bonfire night as a free firework display returns to the Castle.
The Big Boom will return on Friday, November 2 with a fireworks display from 7.30pm.
Now in its sixth year, the show is expected to attract a crowd of more than 10,000 spectators outside City Hall.
All of the fireworks used in the display will be set to well-known music and managed by Pains Fireworks, a company dating back to times of Guy Fawkes.
Councillor Alan Waters, leader of Norwich City Council said: 'I look forward to seeing the city's streets packed with people for this fantastic, free display.
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'This show is a real highlight of our jam-packed events programme and is a great benefit to residents, businesses and the city.'
Disabled seating is at the motorbike park on St Peters Street.
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The event follows Spooky City, in Chapelfield Gardens on Wednesday, October 31.