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Incredible footage captures Danson Park fireworks display from above

PUBLISHED: 12:11 07 November 2017 | UPDATED: 12:11 07 November 2017

YouTube usre @DannyGypsy captured the Danson Park firework display from above

YouTube usre @DannyGypsy captured the Danson Park firework display from above

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The footage has been viewed more than 1,000 times

Unique footage of fireworks above Danson Park has offered a new perspective on the display.

Around 16,000 people went to the park on Saturday for the Guy Fawkes’ Night display, which raises money each year to be put back in to the local community.

But as the masses craned their necks to the skies for a 25 minute display, one drone pilot with a steady hand captured the display from above.

Piloting his camera-equipped drone, YouTube user @DannyGypsy shot the footage, which has now been viewed more than 1,000 times.

Welling Round Table, which organises the event each year, is still counting the money raised from the event.

The money is pumped back in to local projects and organisations, but can also be shared to global causes backed by the Round Table organisation.

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