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Halloween Happenings and Fireworks, Limavady

Roe Mill Playing Fields, Roeview Park, Limavady, Londonderry, BT49 9BQ
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Halloween Happenings and fireworks will be taking place in Limavady to celebrate this popular time of year. Come along in your wildest Halloween costume to enjoy the fireworks display and bewitching entertainment which includes DJ music, performers, big screens showing the Causeway Coast and Glens' most haunted places as well as walk around characters.

Gates will open at 7pm with activities taking place from 7.30 pm. The evening will end in a fabulous fireworks display at 8.30pm.
Please be advised of the measures below which are in place for everyone's safety at this event.
Please take personal responsibility for keeping the event safe for everyone – use the hand sanitising stations, wear a mask and keep your distance from others. If you or anyone in your group is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please stay at home.

Visitors are also reminded to adhere to on-site messaging and public address messaging. As numbers are limited we would ask people not to congregate outside if capacity is reached, and to be mindful and courteous at all times to the Council stewards.

Limited disabled parking at each location can be pre-booked through our Visitor Information Centre by calling 028 7082 3333. You will also need to display your blue badge on the night and arrive at the stipulated time. AccessoLoo facilities will also be available.

For those unable to attend, keep an eye on the Causeway Coast and Glens Events Facebook page where 'most haunted' short films and a 'highlights' video capturing some of the best bits from all of the Halloween Happenings will be shown

It is important to note that this event is subject to ongoing review in light of Coronavirus restrictions.

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