Lord Mayor’s Celebration 2017: Spectacular fireworks display at Lord Mayor’s Celebration
- Credit: Ian Burt
Saturday's festivities went out with a bang as a spectacular fireworks display lit up the skies of Norwich for the Lord Mayor's Celebration 2017.
The annual display celebrates the end of the main day of the celebration.
The display took place at Norwich Castle at 10.30pm and lasted for around 10 minutes.
Crowds were up to the barriers on St Stephens Street to watch the display. They reacted with gasps and cheers.
The fireworks were a range of sizes and lit up the sky in a rainbow of colours. They were set to music outside City Hall.
The event concluded a 'Once Upon a Time' themed day which saw a range of events and attractions including the procession.
The Lord Mayor's Celebration has been celebrated for over 350 years.
- 1 Broads Authority moves to prosecute pub over caravans - again
- 2 Part of A47 closed in both directions after crash
- 3 See inside this idyllic family home up for sale with NO nearby neighbours
- 4 EXCLUSIVE: The faces behind City's prospective US investment
- 5 Man claims supermarket fuel was contaminated as he reveals £200 repair bill
- 6 Former coastal restaurant up for auction
- 7 Thousands expected to attend huge four-day steam extravaganza
- 8 M&S to close 32 stores as part of move away from town centres
- 9 Motorcylist in 50s in hospital with serious injuries after tyre shop crash
- 10 Multiple fire crews tackle farm blaze overnight
Lord Mayor, Councillor David Fullman said: 'I am delighted to be hosting this years Lord Mayor's Celebration, which promises to be as vibrant as ever.'
Tweet us your photos of the weekend at @EDP24 and @EveningNews using #LMC17