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Chiswick Park fireworks evening attracts more than 5,000

05 November 2018

Last Thursday saw the 16th edition of the Chiswick Park-Enjoy Work Fireworks Extravaganza, which included a display incorporating 30,000 fireworks launched from the roof of Building 9.

It attracted more than 5,000 people on the night, including many from the local community joining those based on-site and their guests.

In addition to the fireworks, accompanied by a suitably invigorating soundtrack, attractions included a variety of family-friendly displays such as face painting, fire performers, pop-up stalls and live music.

Guest experience manager Carly Gibbs described the event as the park's biggest of the year.

"While it requires a lot of planning and organisation, it's such a reward to witness the way our guests at Chiswick Park and the local community come together on the night," she said.

The fireworks evening was one of 100 events organised by Chiswick Park-Enjoy Work this year as part of its programme of improving wellbeing in the workplace.

With over 9,000 people working for 67 companies within the 12 buildings on site, the park is regarded by many in the FM sector as providing one of the best examples of offering high levels of support for businesses and their staff.

In addition to providing the venue for the PFM debate on the topic of Corporate Social Responsibility earlier this year, the park is also a finalist in this year's PFM Partnership Awards.

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