I’ve resisted it for ages, but it’s time to have a Facebook page for Peak Fireworks. Thanks to ZIADA for encouraging me.
We work closely with several communities to help them raise funds for local causes. For the past 3 years we have helped Radcliffe On Trent to run their own Bonfire Night event, and it just keeps getting bigger and better.
The local schools, sports clubs, Boys’ Brigade and others get together and put on one of the best displays for miles around. Thousands of people come every year, and it is one of the key events in the village calendar.
If you would like to find out how to run your own community fireworks display, to entertain the crowd and to raise money at the same time… just give us a call
To the University of Nottingham, where this brilliant team of students are helping me with some research on marketing.
They’ve called themselves ZIADA (using their initials) and have already done some really useful background research for me, and are now digging deeper and coming up with advice on the best way of reaching new customers.
It’s part of a project run by the University where students are set a Consultancy Challenge, and work on a real business issue on behalf of a local company or charity.
To the beautiful, secluded Skyfall holiday house in Somerset to run a firework display for a private party.
Once again it was a low noise display so that we didn’t break the tranquility of the area, or disturb the cows in the neighbouring dairy farm.
We don’t think they heard us, but we could just about hear them mooing in appreciation of the show.