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24 Oct 2019
The 37th annual Exeter Round Table Fireworks Display at Westpoint is Devon’s biggest pyro-musical event, attracting around 5,000 people from across the region. The spectacular display is run by volunteers and all profits will be donated to local charities.
This year’s event will be celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing and there is also a large fair with many thrilling rides, a range of food and drink stalls.
Bob Dennison, Managing Director of Stagecoach South West, said: “The Exeter Round Table Fireworks Display is one of Exeter’s best attended events and is always hugely popular with local residents and visitors. We are therefore delighted to be offering our customers the opportunity to enjoy a great night out for less and, at the same time, support Exeter Round Table’s fundraising efforts.”
Stagecoach buses travelling to and from Westpoint will be granted priority entry and exit from the venue and will skip the on-site car queues.
9W bus service will be running every 10-20 minutes from:
- Exeter St David’s Station: 17:00 until 18:30
- Exeter Bus Station – Bay 7: 17:20 until 19:00
After the event, the 9W buses will return from Westpoint, at regular intervals.
For more information on the £2 fare promotion, please visit: https://www.stagecoachbus.com/promos-and-offers/south-west/getting-to-the-fireworks-by-bus