Fantastic Fireworks

Fantastic Fireworks is a British company that stages large-scale fireworks displays in Europe and the Far East. It was founded in 1985 and is based in Pepperstock, Hertfordshire.

Awards and recognitions

Fantastic Fireworks has been recognized for the quality and quantity of their fireworks displays.[1] In 2006, they earned a spot in the Guinness World Records for a rocket launch in Plymouth, Devon that involved 56,645 rockets being set off in thirty seconds.[2] In 1997, it was the first winner of the British Fireworks Championship.[3]

Fireworks Training School

Fantastic Fireworks setup and runs Britain's first Fireworks Training School. Offered are courses covering both domestic (Category 3) and professional (Category 4) fireworks.

Professional Memberships and Associations

Fantastic Fireworks is a member of the CBI (Confederation of British Industry) Explosives Industry Group.


External links

Official Fireworks Display Site
Official Fireworks for sale Website

Official Fireworks Training Website

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