St Albans school opens car park for firework display

PUBLISHED: 12:41 01 November 2012 | UPDATED: 12:47 01 November 2012




A CHARITY car park will be available to crowds flocking to a firework display in Verulamium Park this Saturday (November 3) thanks to St Columba’s College.

For a minimum donation of £3 spectators will be able to leave their cars in the school’s car park in King Harry Lane, which has around 140 spaces.

St Albans Fireworks Spectacular takes places in Verulamium Park with gates opening at 6pm.

And in what promises to be a weekend of firework-filled fun, a number of other displays will be lighting up the skies in spectacular style across the district.

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