2016 Firework Displays28/10/16
People are being encouraged to attend this year's Dundee fireworks displays at Baxter and Lochee Parks on Saturday November 5.
Last year, the Dundee City Council organised events at the two parks attracted tens of thousands of spectators.
Dundee City Council officials will visit Baxter Park on Friday (October 28) to see how preparations for the big day are coming along. Representatives from Police Scotland, Scottish Ambulance Service, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, and Radio Tay will also attend.
The displays take place at 7pm, with the lighting of the bonfire at both parks at 6.15pm.
This year’s firework display will be accompanied by music from some of the very best children’s films, including, Frozen, Toy Story, and the Jungle Book.
Neighbourhood Services Depute Convener Vari McDonald said: “Thousands of people continue to attend the council's fireworks events at Baxter and Lochee parks because they are superb displays.
“I would encourage as many people as possible to come along this year.
“By attending one of these organised displays you are ensuring your safety this bonfire night and I would encourage everyone to come along.”
People are reminded not to bring their own Fireworks, sparklers or Chinese lanterns to the displays.
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