Around 3,000 people attended Alresford Rotary’s 31st annual torchlit procession, bonfire and spectacular fireworks.

The event, on Friday, November 3, raised funds for Alresford Rotary to help boost its support of local and international needs. 

The annual event has over the years deservedly gained the reputation of being a 'not to be missed' event and that reputation reflects not only the efforts of Alresford Rotary led by its president Jon Pittam but its many friends and supporters.

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They include: Paul Daubney, Geoff Amey of Complete Garden Construction, Hinson Hire, Colin Appleton, Tim Morgan and R.C.H. Morgan Giles, Angie Graham and The Swan in Alresford (for the Guy), Hampshire Fire and Rescue, Portswood Pallets (for bonfire pallets), first aiders L P Medical Services, Sound Barrier Systems (for the P A Facilities and sound), Alresford Tennis Club (for use of its lighting) and New Alresford Town Council (for the use of Arlebury Park).

Alresford Rotary also thanked all who attended and looks forward to the community’s support of its annual Christmas tree sale to be held from 8am on Saturday, December 9 in Broad Street.