Where are the free Wirral Council firework displays on the 5th November 2015?

Where are the free Wirral Council firework displays on the 5th November 2015?

Fireworks display photo Photo by Portobay Trade

Where are the free Wirral Council firework displays on the 5th November 2015?


Fireworks display photo Photo by Portobay Trade
Fireworks display photo Photo by Portobay Trade

Photo above is by Porto Bay Trade. Image was compressed from the original for use online and is used under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic licence.

Wirral Council will run firework displays starting at 6.30pm on the evening of the Thursday 5th November 2015.

The firework displays will be held at the following locations:

Birkenhead Park (Lower Park, Night Pasture football pitch) Park Dr, Birkenhead, Merseyside CH41 4HY
Central Park (cricket pitch) Off Liscard Road, Wallasey, CH44 8AA
Lingham Park Edgehill Road, Moreton, Birkenhead, Merseyside, CH46 6AN
Mayer Park Off Higher Bebington Road, Bebington, Wirral CH63 7PL
Mersey Park Tranmere, Birkenhead, Wirral CH42 6PA
Upton Park Upton, Wirral CH49 4NQ
Woodchurch Community Centre, Carr Bridge Rd, Wirral CH49 8EU .

In addition there will be a community display at Leasowe Adventure Playground, Oxley Ave, Wirral, Merseyside CH46 1RU.

At the time of the firework displays this evening the weather forecast is for a 20% (1 in 5) chance of rain, a temperature of 13 degrees centigrade (which will feel like 11 degrees centigrade due to the wind). The wind direction will be SSE at 10 mph with gusts of up to 19 mph.

The Merseytravel journey planner is useful for the times of public transport when travelling to and from fireworks displays.

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Author: John Brace

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7 thoughts on “Where are the free Wirral Council firework displays on the 5th November 2015?”

  1. G’day John

    I think people should go to the Clown Hall tonight for their entertainment.

    Much warmer, cheaper and safer than a bonfire.

    Watching the 15 or 20 or so Clowns, most from “Kitchen Cabinet” making complete galahs of themselves in public.

    20 damp squibs all in one place synchronized without technology.

    Purple headed, fatter than any Guy “Foulkes” and stupid enough to burn their fingers with the issues of lunacy they are considering.



    Ecca put the rest of the trash on the bonfire

    “The Shyster”

    “Phil the Very Very Deluded Dill”

    “The Pretend Friend”

    Clowncillor Crispy Creme Doughnut”

    “The Abbott”

    “He who can talk……hasn’t he been paid off yet?”

    “Phil the Dill’s Ugly Twin Brother with the comb over from Hell”

    and everyone’s fat fool “Ankles”.

    In no particular order.

    1. I’m sure they will have to repeat what they say at tonight’s Cabinet meeting as some of it will be drowned out by the noise of fireworks.

  2. G’day John

    The purple headed buffoons will not be able to repeat it John because they will have forgotten the gobrot they have spewed before they finish the sentence and it will probably be a lie anyway.



  3. Saw the Liscard park fireworks from my evening job, the one which earns me money to pay my council tax, from what i saw it lasted about 20 minutes and i bet it cost thousands to stage so nice to know where my hard work goes!

    1. I think most of the displays lasted around half an hour (although I heard plenty of fireworks all night that weren’t from Council displays).

      This blog post about the fireworks displays was viewed 811 times yesterday and the blog saw 827 visitors yesterday compared to the usual 100-300 visitors.

      So I’ll do something similar next year too as people seem more interested in this sort of information than reports about public meetings!

  4. G’day John

    About twenty of the views yesterday would have been Ecca checking to see which of the crud and dross within the dis-organisation that should still be gotten rid of.

    Now that the angry little man is retiring he should start with “The Shyster” “The Pretend Friend” “Ankles” “Phil the Very Very Deluded Dill” and his bro.



    He shouldn’t wait John for the dosh coming in for Kev and Stella’s Stinking Stagnant Waters or the crazy golf course(S)

    1. 4 of those you refer to are politicians, so it’s up to the people of Wirral as to whether they want to reelect them (usually every 4 years).

      1 is a post that is a legal requirement anyway. Who is in it is decided by a meeting of all Wirral Council councillors to decide who they want in that post (or if the person leaves who they want next).

      So the decisions over these positions are either in the hands of the people or the politicians and not within the power of the Chief Executive to decide.

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