Fireworks is a dirty business and we intend to clean it up!

Posted on April 23, 2012

Corporate fireworks at Hampton Court, one of the many prestige venues where we carry out a 'next day' clean-up. Photo: Jon CulverhouseHave you ever seen the aftermath of a fireworks display? It’s like the aftermath of a pop concert: a lot of litter. As Michael Lakin of Starlight Design said of his awesome Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Display at Buckingham Palace, ‘what goes up must come down!’  As a leading UK and London firework display company our teams make sure their firing sites are as tidy after a show as when they were before. All those explosions inevitably create a lot of mess, including fragments of paper, card and the foil we use to waterproof our displays. In the minutes following a display the firing site always looks rather like a wasteland, until our team get to work with brooms, brushes and sacks! But there is only so much we can do in darkness, even with the help of headlights and torches, so we also offer our venues a ‘next day’ clear-up. With historic houses like Kensington Palace, Hampton Court, Blenheim Palace and Warwick Castle open to the public 7 days a week it’s important to look your best at all times. Our nominated ‘next day’ cleaner will arrive as early as 7am in order to ensure the grounds look spick and span for a 9am opening. It’s one of the many services we offer as part of our policy of setting the highest professional standards. If you would like to know more about Fantastic Fireworks displays, please contact us on 01582 48555 or email [email protected]

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