Discussion in 'Firework Events And Displays' started by Locky Smith, May 22, 2020 at 9:20 AM.
I can understand that. So many people would be having to do work on the event now, so many contracts placed now.... by Southport's Local Authority and the display companies.... I can understand people not wanting to make financial or working time commitments on the scale needed for such an event until there's some certainty that it won't all unravel expensively later on. And it's one of those events that can't easily be organised and run at short notice. So putting the decision off for a while isn't a viable option, I suppose. Now is the critical decision point. I wonder how many other Autumn events (firework and non-firework alike) are in the same sort of situation right now.
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