British Firework Champs

These explosive shots from the British Firework Championships show the spectacular displays lighting up the night sky over Plymouth’s harbour. Six teams of pyrotechnic experts have set about competing for the title in the south coast city. Over 200,000 people have climbed every vantage point – from the harbour wall to parks and hills – to catch a glimpse at the stunning displays. Each team uses over half a ton of net exploded mass of fireworks.

These explosive shots from the British Firework Championships show the spectacular displays lighting up the night sky over Plymouth's harbour. Six teams of pyrotechnic experts have set about competing for the title in the south coast city. Over 200,000 people have climbed every vantage point - from the harbour wall to parks and hills - to catch a glimpse at the stunning displays. Each team uses over half a ton of net exploded mass of fireworks.

These explosive shots from the British Firework Championships show the spectacular displays lighting up the night sky over Plymouth's harbour. Six teams of pyrotechnic experts have set about competing for the title in the south coast city. Over 200,000 people have climbed every vantage point - from the harbour wall to parks and hills - to catch a glimpse at the stunning displays. Each team uses over half a ton of net exploded mass of fireworks.

These explosive shots from the British Firework Championships show the spectacular displays lighting up the night sky over Plymouth's harbour. Six teams of pyrotechnic experts have set about competing for the title in the south coast city. Over 200,000 people have climbed every vantage point - from the harbour wall to parks and hills - to catch a glimpse at the stunning displays. Each team uses over half a ton of net exploded mass of fireworks.

These explosive shots from the British Firework Championships show the spectacular displays lighting up the night sky over Plymouth's harbour. Six teams of pyrotechnic experts have set about competing for the title in the south coast city. Over 200,000 people have climbed every vantage point - from the harbour wall to parks and hills - to catch a glimpse at the stunning displays. Each team uses over half a ton of net exploded mass of fireworks.