Memorial firework shells

Firework memorial shells on our bonfire night

At our annual beach bonfire in October, we have a section of our firework display that is dedicated to memorial and commemorative firework shells those who wish to remember someone special to them.

If you have a loved-one you wish to remember, then consider marking this with a memorial firework shell.

You can decide what message you want us to attach to the firework shell before it goes in the mortar tube.  (See photo below.)

The memorial shells were will all of the sponsored shells will be red hearts & should be fired between 2:50 minutes & 3:40 minutes from the start of the display if all goes according to plan. 

Please add your 10 word memorial message.  We will print it out and attach it to your firework shell.  An image of your shell with it’s message will be taken during the display set-up on Saturday and will be sent to you on Sunday or Monday.

This will be included as part of our 2023 Fireworks display for requests sent to us by Tuesday 10/10/23, later sponsorship will be for 2024 our Fireworks.

Please use a separate form for each separate memorial shell

What we do is print off your memorial message and attach it to the firework.  We'll send you a photo of the firework in situ (well, at the top of the mortar so you can read it) before it goes up in a memorial section in the middle of the display.  Last year this started with a heart-shaped firework to mark the start of the memorial shells.

We ask for £10 for a memorial shell, whether from society members or the general public. Further donations are always welcome!  The funds help towards our firework wholesaler costs.

This is run by Renegade Pyrotechnics limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of HBBS.

Further information on our firework team is on our HBBS fireworks page, including other firework services we can offer for your own private events, school events, weddings, bah mitzvahs, 4th July's, big birthdays, surprises just for fun... 

See also our Go Fund Me firework sponsorship campaign