UPDATE 12th November:
Henley Round Table is deeply disappointed and sorry that this year’s firework display did not happen.
We take great pride in organising what is usually a fantastic evening for our local community. The event has been running for 42 years and this situation has never happened before. Our volunteers put a great deal of time and effort into organising the event and proceeds go to local charities and good causes.
On Saturday evening the computer firing system failed and the professional fireworks company, who have been running the display successfully for many years, could not resolve the problem despite their best efforts.
We took the difficult decision not to provide refunds as we felt this would be impractical to administer. Instead we will waive next year’s entrance fee for all those who attended this year. Since this will also be challenging to administer, it will be based on trust.
We are reviewing the plans for next year, paying particular attention to contingencies, to ensure this does not happen again.
As ever, all proceeds from this event will go to local good causes. Next week we will be handing over a cheque for £10,000 to Bishopswood Special School towards a new fully accessible minibus for delivery in Spring 2016.
We are grateful to all those who have contacted us with words of support.
Henley Round Table
Please see below for an open letter from our fireworks provider:
The 42nd annual Henley Round Table Fireworks takes place on Saturday 7th November 2015
Henley Round Table will once again be putting on the annual Henley Firework Spectacular on Saturday 7th November
Gates open 6.15pm | Bonfire lit 6.45pm | Fireworks 7.30pm
- Bonfire with Guys created by the children at local schools
- Hog roast
- Local beer from Lovibonds and Rebellion
- Mulled Wine
- Fairground Rides (some entertainment is subject to the weather)
Tickets also available on the night at the gate from 6:15pm:
- £6 Adults and £4 Child/Senior
- Bonfire lighting at 6.45pm
- Fireworks at 7.30pm
Profits to local charities and good causes including:
Swiss Farm field just a short walk from the town centre; located between Henley Rugby Club (RG9 2JA) and Swiss Farm.
Nearest public car parks are in Henley Town Centre at Waitrose and Greys Road. There is very limited disabled parking at the rugby club for disabled badge-holders only.