Reaction Fireworks

Reaction Fireworks is a United Kingdom company that stages large-scale fireworks displays. It was founded in 1985. Formerly known as Alan Hillary Pyrotechnics, the name of the company was changed in 2007. Its main offices are in Consett, County Durham, England.


Reaction Fireworks were winners of the British Firework Championships in 2004 and were runners up at the Champion of Champions competition in 2006. In 2010 they won the British Firework Championships heats in Scotland and were Championship runners-up.[1][2][3][4]

Notable displays

Professional memberships and associations

Reaction Fireworks is a member of the British Pyrotechnists Association (BPA) and the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) Explosives Industry Group.


External links

  • Reaction Fireworks
  • Reaction Fireworks wedding website
  • Reaction Fireworks news blog
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