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London's New Year fireworks to require ticket

BBC News, Dec 18

London's New Year's Eve fireworks display is to be limited to a viewing area of 100,000 ticketed spectators for the first time.


The event's popularity made it "untenable" to strain the transport and safety infrastructure with a larger number, the Mayor's office said.


The display was first staged at the London Eye in 2003 and attendance grew from 100,000 then, to an estimated 500,000 at last year's event.


The tickets will cost £10 each.

 


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