Downend Round Table are looking for worthy charities after their annual Fireworks event

Downend Round Table are looking for worthy charities after their annual Fireworks event

Posted on: 15 Nov 2023

The beloved yearly event once more proved a massive success, raising significant funds for charitable causes – now organisers are on the lookout for worthy projects in the community.


So, if you’re part of a local organisation or know of a cause making a positive impact on South Gloucestershire, Downend Round Table are inviting you to apply for their charity funding. All kinds of charities are welcome to apply; whether you’re supporting education, healthcare, community development or any other causes close to your heart.


To apply for funding or to find out more, contact Downend Round Table at



Downend Round Table is a local organisation the serves the community through various charitable events (including their popular fireworks display), social activities and opportunities for personal development – perfect for those looking for something a bit different.


The Downend branch is part of the international Round Table organisation, which has been making a difference in UK communities since its inception in 1927. Local groups consist of members from all walks of life, providing a wide range of activities.


Each year, their firework display dazzles attendees from all over Bristol. Regularly drawing in between 8,000 and 10,000 people, this is always a wonderful chance to wrap yourselves up and take out the whole family to the city’s largest displays. This year was no different,  raising over £47,000 for charity and leaving a smile on the face of the people of Bristol.


Your initiative – or one close to your heart – could be the next one to receive support and make a lasting difference so get in contact with Downend Round Table at

Next year’s Downend Round Table Firework Display will take place on Friday 1 November 2024.

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Stanley Gray

Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and he spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city, immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturdays are spent watching his team both home and away.