A truly Majestic Fountain with three 3 pronged fountain stages. Bursting to life with brilliant titanium floss crackle with eruptions of red gems. With the second phase of stunning gold fir leaf. Before transitioning to golden ti-crackle with red and purple stars. Giving a majestic display lasting approximately 60 seconds.
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A truly Majestic Fountain which delivers a three 3 pronged performance. While each of the Majestic fountain stages. Will transport you to a new colour and effect. With the first stage bursting to life. With a row of three brilliant titanium floss crackle eruptions. Including bursts of bright red gems. While the second stage flares up with a row of gold fir leaf. Finally transitioning into a golden ti-crackle. With bright red and purple stars. Giving a Majestic display lasting approximately 60 seconds. In conclusion, Majestic is a wonderful category 2 fountain. While also being low noise. With a noise rating of 2 out of 10. In addition, Majestic contains 300gm of net explosive content. With a spectator safety distance of 26 feet, or 8 meters.
Likewise with all fireworks including Majestic. They all contain explosives. With that in mind. And to help you and your spectators keep safe. We have provided you with our guide to safety leaflet. Likewise, you are welcome to download a copy from our website. While the guide shows you how to set up your fireworks safely. And also how to safely unpack all your fireworks. In addition, offering sound advice on your responsibilities.
These include letting your neighbours know when you’re having your display, well in advance. Particularly if there are any young children, the elderly, pets or animals in the vicinity of the proposed display site. Also, fire extinguishers, buckets of sand and water, should be available on the night. While remembering the law on lighting fireworks. Specifically, it is illegal to set off fireworks after 11pm at night. And also before 7am in the morning. However, there are exceptions. Which are as follows, New Year’s Eve, Diwali And Chinese New Year. Which are all 1am. Whilst November the 5th (Bonfire Night) is midnight.