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Berkhamsted Fireworks went off with a bang!

For the second year running SA Law were proud to sponsor the Berkhamsted firework display, hosted by The Rotary Club of Berkhamsted Bulbourne. I attended the evening with my family and what a way to open this year’s winter season. The firework display itself was thoroughly enjoyable and extremely impressive, I noticed many young children wearing ear defenders however the noise didn’t stop them enjoying it as much as all the adults.

The Berkhamsted Cricket Club opened its doors to the public on Saturday 7th November. Not only was there an extraordinary and breath-taking firework display witnessed by thousands but attendees were able to indulge in a delicious BBQ, entertainment and fun for all the family.

After attending the event many times before I thought that this year was bigger and better than any other year. Although we are yet to find out how much money was raised, we hope it tops last year’s amount of £38,000!

SA Law partner and chairman of CAD, Glenda Ferneyhough thoroughly enjoyed the evening and is delighted with the amount raised for the fantastic local charities which will each receive a portion of the profits made, these include; Hospice of St Francis, Hertfordshire Minds, Berkhamsted Raiders, plus many more.

SA Law are so pleased to be involved in an event that gives back to those in the community and charities that deserve all the help they can get to achieve and succeed every aim they strive for.

For those who attended the event I hope you enjoyed the evening as much as I did, indulged in plenty of delicious and tasty BBQ grub and most of all had lots of fun with your friends and family. Thank you for your support for this fantastic event and I hope to see you all again next year.

© SA LAW 2017

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