As part of the town’s summer season of fireworks, Weymouth Town Council have trialled two lower noise displays. The first of these displays took place on Monday 16th August, with the second display taking place on Monday 23rd August.

In order to monitor feedback on the lower noise displays and to help shape decisions on future displays, the Town Council is asking people who attended the second lower noise display to fill out this survey:

The final display of the season, taking place on Monday 30th August, will be a regular display and will start at 9.30pm.

The Town Council would like to encourage attendees to, where possible, leave their cars at home to help avoid congestion.

The summer firework displays are provided by Pains Fireworks and Sirotechnics with additional operational support from Masterplan Offshore, Dorset Council, Weymouth Harbour Office, and Weymouth Town Council’s Beach Office. 

Each fireworks evening, visitors can take in the wonderful atmosphere in the townand enjoy the many restaurants, bars, and entertainment facilities on Weymouth Seafront. 

Cllr Colin Huckle, Mayor of Weymouth Town Council, said:

“The fireworks in Weymouth are always extremely popular equally with our local and visitor communities, always creating a unique family friendly fun atmosphere on Weymouth Seafront throughout the evening.”

Visitors can also enter the popular, free to enter, “Win £500 Cash” Firework Competition, supported by Alexandra Gardens. For entry details, visit Alexandra Gardens Pleasure Grounds before the fireworks between 7pm and 9pm.

The Town Council would like to thank The Boat Café, The Helter Skelter Fun Park on the beach, Edward Danter Fun Fair, Alexandra Gardens Pleasure Grounds, BacaroItalian Restaurant, and Harvey’s Bar & Kitchen for supporting the fireworks.



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