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Line-up for Southport 2004

August 2004

Contestants in the British Musical Firework Championships at Southport will be:

Dragon Dynasty Pyrotechnics, Slip End, Bedfordshire
Walk the Plank Pyrotechnics, Salford, Gtr Manchester
Allstar Fireworks, Middlesex
Shellscape Pyrotechnics Ltd, Chesham, Buckinghamshire
Millennium Pyrotechnics, Salisbury, Wiltshire

They will be joined by the reigning champions back to back winners Spitfire Pyrotechnics Ltd from Coventry.

The draw for this year's event was carried out at 9am on Thursday 15 January. The Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Sefton drew the names of this year's competitors.

Millennium, Walk the Plank and Spitfire will fire on Friday 8th October and the others will fire on Saturday 9th October. Specific order of firing on the nights will be drawn for nearer the time.

The reserves drawn for the competition are:

1st Reserve : Westcoast Firework Company, Narberth, Pembrokeshire

2nd reserve : Axholme Fireworks, Scunthorpe

Thirty five companies entered the draw - once again a record number of interested entrants.

'The popularity of this competition and the kudos of winning the title gets bigger every year,' Sefton Council's Simon Armstrong told us.

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