Fireworks Feature Archive 1999-2009

A day at Sandling Fireworks
Tony braves a good deal of sheep shite around Sandling’s magazines to meet up with the head honcho Graham and fondle his 16 inches. Added: 06/2002
The Long Weekend
Several shows, loads of pyro, loads of great pictures including some really nice pictures of various different cat 4 items before firing. Added: 06/2002
Dean Clough
Pyro action on a car park roof! Report and pictures supplied by TLG. Added: 06/2002
Summer Wedding Bash
TLG goes behind the scenes at another wedding display. Added: 06/2002
Ripponden Parish Display
Here’s were it all started for Graham (TLG) as he tags along with a professional crew. Added: 05/2002
The first report
TLG’s first report, about his cat 3 display before he progressed to cat 4 mayham in later displays. Added: 05/2002
Great Balls Of Fire
Brilliant pyro action as HFM Pyrotechnics blow up all manner of items for fun. Added: 01/2002
Reader 2001 reports
Reader display reports used to be compiled into features before the forum took over as the place to share firework experiences. This report from 2001. Added: 12/2001
A day at Exclusive Fireworks in Hounslow, Middlesex
This shop concentrates on the excellent Devco brand with a seasonal shop in the high street. UKFR had a look at some member favourite fireworks including Missile Of Stars. Added: 10/2001
Clevedon Fireworks by Firemagic
Tony in action again, this time having to endure wind, rain, a rising tide and other hazards to report back from Clevedon with some rather nice video footage of mine sequences along the pier and more. Added: 08/2001
Our 2000, Your 2000
Find out what UKFR did to celebrate the Millennium and also what UKFR readers got up to. Added: 01/2000



These features cover nearly a decade during which there were huge changes with web standards and video encoding. The first feature, for example, pre-dates You Tube and Flash! So don’t be surprised to find quite a few files which your computer or browser can’t play or open properly. Regrettably, UKFR is not able to help individual readers with video or image difficulties due to the sheer range of possible system set-ups, but do try the help page and if you still cannot play a video feel free to ask questions in the UKFR forum.

As of 2014 we are in the process of removing many of the older video clips with a view to republishing these on YouTube. Some of the Windows formats or exotic codecs like DivX are not universal and won’t play on many modern systems. If you find files missing please bear with us. Even better, subscribe to the UKFR YouTube Channel to keep updated with the latest video we publish.

Please remember that regardless of their age, all of these features (and in fact all content on this site) are copyright, either to UKFR.COM or one of its contributors. All rights are reserved.

UKFR would like to conclude this blast from the past by thanking everyone who contributed to, or helped with, these features.

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