While wet weather saw various fireworks displays cancelled around the county due to boggy fields – the show went on as usual this year at Boston Rugby Football Club.
The club’s ‘Fireworks Spectacular’ was held again at the Princess Royal Sports Arena (PRSA) on Saturday evening with just over 1,000 in attendance.
Families enjoyed the jaw-dropping, colourful display with the fireworks overhead reflecting in the pools of surface water left on the nearby pitch by heavy rain. Stalls were also on hand selling light-up children’s toys, sweets, hot food and drink..
Club manager Molly Sunley said: “We battled the weather and the show did indeed go on.
"Thank you to everyone that turned up to support us. Huge thanks to all volunteers and staff who without we couldn't make this happen. See you all next year!”
1. Woolly hats
Pictured right, on the night, are: Maisie Mann, aged 12, Ian Mann, Eilidh Mann, aged15, Nicole Mann, Jemima Leatherdale, aged six, Barney Leatherdale, aged eight, Tim Booth, and Danielle Booth. Photo: David Dawson
2. "The day I held aloft my magic sword"
Jenny Nicholson and Matthew Nicholson of Boston, with Toby Nicholson 9 and Evie Nicholson 3 Photo: David Dawson
3. Fancy head gear
John Wilkinson of Antons Gowt, with his grand daughter, Darcy O'Hara, aged 6. Photo: David Dawson
4. Visiting from Old Leake
Harvey Bosworth and Rebecca Hall with Eryn Bosworth, aged 6, and Isaiah Bosworth, aged 4, of Old Leake. Photo: David Dawson