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LIGHT up DUDLEY

On Bonfire Night at 8pm a free seven minute firework extravaganza will light up the sky across the borough as a thank you to the heroes of the coronavirus pandemic.

Key buildings across the borough, including Russells Hall Hospital, will also be lit up between 6.30pm and 8.30pm to pay tribute to the work of NHS and frontline staff in the fight against coronavirus.

Accompanied by music played on Black Country Radio 105.2FM, residents can watch from their doorstep as we light up the sky on Thursday 5 November.

This year’s fireworks spectacular is in aid of Russells Hall Hospital and the Mayor’s Charity Appeal, which this year is supporting Black Country Food Bank, Victim Support and Saint John Ambulance.

 

If you would like donate financially to support the work of these fantastic charities please follow the instructions below.

To donate text DUDLEY plus the amount you would like to donate to 70450. For example:

TEXT DUDLEY 3 TO 70450 TO DONATE £3

(PLUS STANDARD NETWORK CHARGES)

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