Fireworks display in Blyth for 2013 - YOUR VOTE COUNTS


In collaboration with the Town Council, the new Blyth Town team
is looking in to the possibility of bringing an organised firework display
back to Blyth in 2013.  If you are interested in seeing this happen please
share this link as funding may be possible but only if we get enough
public support.  For once you liking a page can actually make a difference.

If you know anyone in Blyth or anyone that likes Blyth please get them to
share this on Facebook and like this page. 

Please help spread the word - The Town Team and Council are working
together on a number of projects BUT we need PUBLIC BACKING. If you
want to help make a difference now is the chance to prove what the
people of Blyth can do.  It won't cost you anything and all it requires is
you to like this page and share the facebook post.  IF you don't use facebook
just fill in the comments below telling us your name and that you would like the
fireworks back - we'll do the rest.

In addition, we are looking for sponsorship from Businesses to help
make it even better than before.  All Businesses that support the
Firework display will be included in publicity regarding it.  To register
interest please email

Thanks in advance

Steve Bradley
(Blyth Town Team Chair)

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