Lord Mayor’s fireworks wow bumper city crowd

The Lord Mayor's fireworks, fired from Norwich Castle. Picture: Jamie Honeywood

The Lord Mayor's fireworks, fired from Norwich Castle. Picture: Jamie Honeywood - Credit: Archant

A spectacular fireworks display has brought more sparkle and wonder to an historic Lord Mayor's Celebration in Norwich.

The Lord Mayor's fireworks, fired from Norwich Castle. Picture: Jamie Honeywood

The Lord Mayor's fireworks, fired from Norwich Castle. Picture: Jamie Honeywood - Credit: Archant

After a day of events around the city, crowds who had stayed to continue the party, enjoy an array of street foods and bust a move at the InTouch Systems Pirate Party in St Stephens Street lined the roads around the market and Castle Meadow to watch the hotly-anticipated display.

The Lord Mayor's fireworks, fired from Norwich Castle. Picture: Jamie Honeywood

The Lord Mayor's fireworks, fired from Norwich Castle. Picture: Jamie Honeywood - Credit: Archant

Cooler temperatures didn't deter revellers from staying to watch the fireworks, which were fired from Norwich Castle and set to music outside City Hall, including Tinchy Stryder's Written In The Stars.

The Lord Mayor's fireworks, fired from Norwich Castle. Picture: Jamie Honeywood

The Lord Mayor's fireworks, fired from Norwich Castle. Picture: Jamie Honeywood - Credit: Archant

It followed the first Lord Mayor's procession which was free of petrol and diesel-powered lorries, but which nonetheless attracted and enraptured large crowds.

The Lord Mayor's fireworks, fired from Norwich Castle. Picture: Jamie Honeywood

The Lord Mayor's fireworks, fired from Norwich Castle. Picture: Jamie Honeywood - Credit: Archant

This year's procession theme, "love the world around you", was taken up in earnest by many participants. Can you spot yourself in our Lord Mayor's procession picture gallery?READ MORE: All you need to know about Lord Mayor's Celebration 2019


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