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UK Government advice about Wedding Fireworks: Fireworks can be fired from 7 am to 11 pm. The exceptions are Bonfire Night, when you can light up fireworks until midnight, and New Year’s Eve, Chinese New Year and Diwali, when you can shoot fireworks until 1 am.
It’s illegal to set off fireworks in public; you must be on a private property. Certain venues, such as those near airports or military installations, might have further restrictions so it’s always good to talk to the venue and your chosen fireworks group to ensure you consider these restrictions.
If you are worried about noise, then low-noise fireworks can be a great way to enjoy fireworks without upsetting the neighbours. Some venues that are near farms or other areas where there may be a large number of animals present may also have their own specific policies.