Will this awful weather cancel Firework Night?

Forcasters are warning that this awful weather is here to stay for the next month with some predicting the worst snow in November for decades, which means fireworks events all over the country could be ruined!

The Metro  reports that the current weather is set to stay for the next month with many mini tornados causing devastation all over the country –  including Hampshire where a mini tornado hit in the early hours of Sunday morning. Around 100 homes were damaged,  Telephone cables were brought down and trees sent crashing into cars. Information taken from The Metro


The Express warns that we have the worst winter for decades on the way with a record amount of snow for November. Forecasters have warned that the entire country is set for a horror freeze which will bring brutal winds and fierce blizzards which have already started to sweep across the UK in the last few days. Information taken from The Express


This is likely to produce major disruption to public transport, communications, infrastructure, school closures and upcoming events on a devastating scale. The Event Industry will be hit hard by this awful weather as many organisations, associations and charities rely on Fireworks Events and Christmas Events as their main fund raising activities, if they are cancelled it could spell disaster.


If you arranging an events you shouldn’t overlook Cancellation Insurance especially with the upcoming bad weather forecast. Our Event Insurance can be a life saver for many organisations, polices can include Cancellation Insurance to cover adverse weather, Public and Employers Liability and All Risks cover. Being Underwritten by Lloyds of London we give very wide cover and great security. It also lets us insure events the world over.


Our specific Firework Insurance is suitable to people who are having their own displays for family and friends or large events where there is a third party display team who are responsible for the fireworks. All our policies must adhere to the latest governments rules, regulations and guidelines which we send out with every quote.


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