The crowd waits for the show to begin.
The crowd waits for the show to begin.

Fireworks Spectacular a success

THE 25th Annual Crystal Creek Public School Fireworks Spectacular was a sparkling success on Saturday night with more than 2000 people attending the event.

Murwillumbah East Primary School student Brigden Severf was the lucky child who purchased an unlimited ride pass and won the right to detonate the fireworks.

The 11-year-old entertained the crowd with an impromptu song before she began the fireworks display.

Crystal Creek Public School principal Brad Davis said the event was a great success.

“We had the perfect amount of people present, it was enough people to have a festive atmosphere but not so many that the lines became too long,” Mr Davis said.

“The feedback we have received has all been very positive.

“It was a wonderful event for families and there was no drama. It all went very smoothly.”

There were a number of rides and food stalls at the event to keep the crowd entertained until the fireworks display began at 7pm.

Mr Davis said local entertainers lent their talents to the school event.

“We had some great local entertainment which included reptile displays, martial arts and performances by students from Murwillumbah East Primary School,” Mr Davis said.



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