KILWINNING Community Events held another successful fireworks display last Friday in McGavin Park.

An estimated 4,000 people turned out for the quiet family display and 10,000 for the pyromusical display.

But the organisers are still hoping for more donations.

The group’s Donald Reid said: “We organise the fireworks without setting any form of admittance fee but this year we simply haven’t collected enough to meet all our costs, so we will reflect on this and consider how best to proceed with the fireworks display.

“We are very grateful to R&L Miller who help us with lighting, Irvine Carters who help with safety fencing, two NAC employees who help us with their give back days.

“Kilwinning Scouts who help steward the car parks, along with NAC who allow us use of the school car parks along with Ayrshire College.

“We received £450 from the Bridgend Group give back scheme, Pennyburn TARA also contributed to our costs. Coastwatch Irvine provided first aid cover and the Police Scotland volunteers helped with safeguarding visitors.”

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