Henbury Millennium Green Says THANK YOU!

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Bonfire night
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The Bonfire & Firework Display on November 3rd was a great success again with hundreds of visitors from near and far enjoying a roaring bonfire and a spectacular firework display as well as mulled wine, hot dogs and burgers. . The rain kept off and for once the field wasn't as muddy as usual. And after all expenses are paid, the profit will cover the cost of maintaining the Green next year with something left over to finance improvements.

So first of all we thank all our visitors who came along with their families to enjoy the evening and help secure the future of the Green for everyone .

But of course, the bonfire & fireworks wouldn't happen at all without the dedicated work of all the volunteers who give their time to make it such a success. Our grateful thanks to you all.

Looking forward to next November already! Come and join us again then

Henbury Millennium Green Trustees

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