15th October 2018
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Firework display lights up Clickimin

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The Lerwick firework display attracted scores of spectators last night.

Calm weather and a clear night meant a good crowd turned out with families gathered at Clickimin, Lochside and Westerloch. Many youngsters played with glow sticks and sparklers before the first rocket was fired at 7.30pm.

The 20-minute extravangza organised by Isleburgh Pyrotechnic Display Club illuminated the sky, loch and hills with explosions echoing around Lerwick.

More firework photographs in Friday’s Shetland Times.

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The Shetland Times editor since October 2012. Born and bred in South Yorkshire, before moving to Shetland I was assistant editor at the Barnsley Chronicle, where my journalism career began. When not editing The Shetland Times I can be found walking or (occasionally) running, enjoying good food, or trying to find the latest Sheffield Wednesday result. Contact me with your news and views about Shetland – a.civico@shetlandtimes.co.uk, on Twitter @adamcivico or telephone 01595 746715.

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