Which roads will be closed for Norwich’s Big Boom fireworks display

Thousands of people filled the streets of Norwich in 2015 for the Big Boom fireworks display. Photo:

Thousands of people filled the streets of Norwich in 2015 for the Big Boom fireworks display. Photo: Simon Finlay - Credit: SIMON FINLAY

There are lots of road closures in place in Norwich tonight as the city's skies are brought to life by the Big Boom! fireworks display.

The Big Boom fireworks display in Norwich. Photo: Simon Finlay

The Big Boom fireworks display in Norwich. Photo: Simon Finlay - Credit: SIMON FINLAY

The display starts at 7.30pm at Norwich Castle and entry is free.

This spectacular firework display in the heart of Norwich city centre, with the stunning backdrop of Norwich Castle, replaced the Sparks in the Park event a few years ago and has been a big success. Watch from in front of City Hall for the full audio visual experience.

• The following roads will all be closed between 5pm and 8.30pm:

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Thickthorn and Norwich Airport Park and Ride services will remain open until 9pm tonight and the City Council are urging people to use public transport if they can.

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