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Online tickets for the annual fireworks display are available NOW online!
Book online for up to 30% discount off gate ticket prices and enjoy the discounted FAMILY ticket at just £18.50 - available online only!
We are looking forward to a massive event this year and we're secretly hoping for a sell-out, so be sure to buy online and DON'T MISS OUT!!
Billericay Round Table supported another successful Thingamagig on Sunday 19th September at it's new home, the Ship in Stock, Essex. A lovely garden and great relaxed festival feel allowed for a mellow time and a some much needed funds raised for St Lukes Hospice and J's Hospice.
Seb Roberts, Chairman of Billericay Round Table added " The highlights for me were More Tea Vicar and Tall Tree Tales. It's great that we can come along and help out at this great event and support it by making a £500 donation towards the PA and stewards for the front gate
Billericay Round Table is all set to make sure that this November goes off with a bang with one of the largest charity firework displays in Essex, and would like to invite families from the whole region to watch spectacular fireworks fill the sky with colour, accompanied by a musical compilation designed for this one event.
The display will be held at Lake Meadows in Billericay on Saturday 7th November. This location has been used for many years by the volunteers of Billericay Round Table and last year alone had nearly 20,000 visitors, raising £48,000 for local good causes.
Seb Roberts, Chairman of Billericay Round Table, said: “We started to plan this year’s event in January and at the heart of the plans, we are making sure visitors are kept safe and entertained from start to finish. We are using Spyrotechnics as our fireworks team this year, and their brief is to spend all of the £21,000 main display budget on providing a stunning fireworks show accompanied by music – it’s going to be spectacular! For the second year running there will also be a Kids Display earlier in the evening, which is set to be bigger, better and longer than last year, and will be set to well-known Disney songs.”
“Our previous firework displays have helped us raise much-needed funds for local charities and we are keen to continue to provide funds for charities that in this time of austerity need support from groups such as Billericay Round Table”.
For more information on the event and to purchase tickets in advance, please browse to www.billericayfireworks.co.uk
Members of Billericay Round Table responded to the call of ‘let’s be ‘aving you’ travelling to the historic city of Norwich for this year’s annual weekend of fun and friendship.
The event, which each year attracts up to 500 members of Round Table Britain and Ireland from across the country, plus some from overseas (Round Table is present in 57 countries), returned to its spiritual home this weekend. While Norwich might be best known for Colman’s Mustard, Alan Partridge and Delia Smith it was also the founding place in 1927 of the Round Table organisation and home to its founder, Louis Marchesi.
Billericay Round Table, one of 13 clubs in the county, joined their Essex team mates for the event hosted by the University of East Anglia (UEA). Whilst the social, including a trip to the Lotus factory, overrides the sporting endeavours, Saturday is Round Table’s own version of the Olympics. Each team participated in sports such as Badminton, Volleyball, Squash, Basketball and Wheelchair Basketball, Pool, Darts, 5-a-side, Archery, Rowing, Cross-country, Athletics and the famed Tug of War finale. The event climax was a black tie gala dinner at the historic St Andrew’s and Blackfriars’ Halls with music provided by the Norwich Brass Band and prize giving.
Billericay Round Table Chairman, Seb Roberts said “This is always an incredibly popular event with our members and great to meet up with friends from all over the country. This year we perhaps excelled in the social arena rather more than the sporting, but we are already looking forward to Oxford 2016”.
Billericay Round Table is open to guys aged 18-45 who want to do more with their lives and to improve the lives of others. Interested? Enquire at www.roundtable.co.uk