Making sparks fly

Bridgnorth Aluminium is yet again proud to be supporting the town’s largest bonfire night celebration. Held annually, Bridgnorth Rugby Club’s Guy Fawkes extravaganza sees thousands of people gather to enjoy the incredible atmosphere and the company has made a substantial contribution to the event, funding the spectacular fireworks.

“Last year, the event was bigger than ever with over 3,000 people attending,” said Charlotte Palmer-Hollinshead of Bridgnorth Aluminium. “We’re proud to play our part to support one of the town’s biggest events as we’re actively trying to aid the Bridgnorth community as much as possible.”
Bridgnorth Aluminium has also assisted in developing welfare pods at the club’s ground at Swancote Energy Park.

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