Ready …. Steady …. Fire

Posted by Mark Neville on September 19, 2013 0 Comments

Ever since I was little, half the fun of fireworks came before the night itself.  My twice weekly trips to the end of my road where I inspected what fireworks were in the display cabinet at the corner shop provided great excitement.  I was allowed to pick the fireworks up, (no HSE or Trading Standards in attendance), give them a good shake, (not a great move with hindsight), and come to a decision on what I’d spend that week’s one shilling pocket money buying.

These days I’m still just the same about checking out the ‘pyro’ and planning displays, (without the shaking of course), and as not all our Customers have the time or the inclination to plan an individual display I help them out.  Of course, this doesn’t mean they don’t want something exciting and impactful just that they’re not sure how to put it all together, so I gain a lot of pleasure from designing ‘ready to fire’ display packs for both garden and display fireworks.  Our current range starts with our Puma Pack of Garden Fireworks and end with our Tiger pack of display fireworks.  All of these packs include a range of cakes, barrages, fountains, catherine wheels and rockets and in the bigger packs some Single Ignitions finale pieces.  And of course, each pack comes with a recommended firing order and enough portfires to fire the display.

For those that don’t want to go for a ready designed display we still have available an excellent range of selection boxes.  Our Cosmic Selection Boxes, (Saturn, Jupiter and Mars), compete with, and outdo, the general supermarket selection boxes in all aspects and can provide an evening of great entertainment for both small gardens and bigger spaces.  Pre-packed barrage boxes such as Aztec and Razzle Dazzle mayhave fewer fireworks that the average selection box but generally come with bigger effects and are also designed for both small and large spaces.

All in all, there really is something for everyone!

 Leopard Display Pack was £192 now £125 

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