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More than 18,000 attend Fawkes in the Walks in King’s Lynn





More than 18,000 people attended one of the region's biggest free fireworks displays on Friday.

Fawkes in the Walks is organised by the West Norfolk Council and held in The Walks park in the centre of Lynn.

It was a case of better late than never as the display had been postponed from the previous Friday due to the park being waterlogged following Storm Ciarán.

Fawkes in the Walks fun
Fawkes in the Walks fun

Before the fireworks there was music from Vex. Bear Club and there were also fairground rides for children to enjoy. The evening was hosted by Simon Rowe of Radio West Norfolk.

It was the 15th year of Fawkes in the Walks, although the 14th fireworks event organised by the borough council as there wasn’t one in 2020 due to the covid pandemic. It’s normally held on the first Friday in November, with the exception of this year.

Crowds enjoying the entertainment
Crowds enjoying the entertainment
Fireworks at The Walks
Fireworks at The Walks
Magnificent fireworks
Magnificent fireworks
Youngsters had a great time
Youngsters had a great time
More than 18,000packed The Walks
More than 18,000packed The Walks
Fireworks lit up the night sky
Fireworks lit up the night sky
The crowd at Fawks in the Walks
The crowd at Fawks in the Walks
Waltzers fun
Waltzers fun
Fun on the waltzers
Fun on the waltzers
Compère Simon Rowe
Compère Simon Rowe
Fun on the rides
Fun on the rides
All smiles at Fawkes in the Walks
All smiles at Fawkes in the Walks
Fun on the fairground rides
Fun on the fairground rides

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