New Year’s Eve Fireworks

Truro City Council is looking forward to the New Year’s Eve celebrations on Saturday 31st December, in which there will be two fireworks displays in the city. 

This includes the family fireworks at 19.30, and the traditional midnight display. Both displays can be viewed from Lemon Quay.

The family fireworks were first introduced in 2019, but have been unable to take place since due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

This year, thanks to kind support and generous donations from those in our community, we are able to offer £3 vouchers to children attending the family display. 

The vouchers will be given out for free and can be used towards the cost of food or refreshments from the Raymond’s stall on Lemon Quay. 

From 18.30 on 31st December, children will be able to collect their vouchers from volunteers, who will be set up outside Marks & Spencer on Lemon Quay. These will be given on a first-come first-served basis. 

They can only be used on the evening of Saturday 31st December 2022.

The traditional midnight fireworks display will also take place once again this year. Join us on Lemon Quay just before midnight to welcome the New Year together when the clock strikes 12.

It is free to attend both displays, which are made possible thanks to kind donations from our sponsors, and with special thanks to Truro School, who give permission for the use of their grounds.

This year’s sponsors are:

Mayor of Truro, Cllr Steven Webb, said: “I am delighted to see the return of the New Year’s Eve Fireworks and I look forward to seeing our community celebrate together once again.

“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors for their generosity and support.”

For further event information and updates, see the Visit Truro website and social channels – www.visittruro.org.uk / @visittruro – and follow Truro City Council on Facebook – @trurocitycouncil 

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