Weymouth Town Council has announced the return of the summer firework displays over Weymouth Bay. The free events will take place over five dates in July and August with the additional 2 dates which are sponsored by Haven! 

Monday 31st July 

Monday 7th August 

Monday 14th August 

Monday 21st August 

Monday 28th August (Bank Holiday) 

All the firework displays will take place at 9.30pm. 

Mayor of Weymouth, Cllr Kate Wheller said: “With the first display at the end of this month, we know these events will be a big draw to residents and people visiting Weymouth over the summer, boosting tourist numbers in the town.  


“The firework events across Weymouth Bay always create a great atmosphere and it’s also great to have two extra dates on the 7th and 21st August, which are sponsored by Weymouth Bay and Littlesea who are part of Haven Holiday Park.” 

Kristie Clark, Head of Holiday Home Revenue at Haven Littlesea Holiday Park, said “We value our ongoing relationship with the town council which allows us to sponsor the great work of the council’s resort team. It is a key partnership which benefits both parties and the firework displays are a terrific example of benefiting the enjoyment of Weymouth community residents and visitors alike” 

Where possible, people are encouraged to leave their cars at home and walk or use public transport when getting to and from displays. 

To read more about fireworks this year visit Weymouth Firework Displays! – Weymouth Town Council | Weymouth Town Council 

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