Thousands of people lined Plymouth's waterfront last night for the final of this year's British Firework Championships.
Poor weather conditions forced the Red Arrows to cancel their display but the fireworks were welcomed with cheers from spectators.
Fantastic Fireworks from Luton in Bedfordshire were crowned the 'British Firework Champion 2015'.
The Red Arrows have cancelled their display at tonight's fireworks in Plymouth due to the bad weather.
Despite the rain clearing, they say the sea mist and low cloud has made it unsafe for them to fly.
The fireworks themselves, the second night of this year's spectacular British Fireworks Championships, are still going ahead as planned.
Plymouth's stunning yearly light show had a spectacular start last night.
Thousands of people gathered on the seafront to see the spectacular displays.
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Plymouth's annual fireworks championships continue tonight with three more firms battling it out in the skies.
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Plymouth's annual fireworks championships continue tonight with three more firms battling it out in the skies above the Sound. Last night thousands of people gathered on the seafront to see the spectacular displays.
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200,000 people are expected on Plymouth's seafront tonight for the annual British Fireworks Championships.
The competition runs over two nights and sees six firms from across the country show off their best displays.
Everything kicks off at about 9.30 pm, if it's dark enough. The best places to watch are on the Citadel and the Hoe.
ITV News West Country viewer Marloes McNeil from Saltash went to Wednesday night's fireworks finale on Plymouth Hoe with her 8 year old old son Jack.
They took these splendid photographs using a very small camera.
Star Fireworks was crowned 'Champion of Champions' at the British Firework Champions on Plymouth Hoe on Wednesday night.
The Berkshire company beat Pendragon Fireworks into second place and Selstar came third.
Six companies entered this year's two-day spectacular spread over Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.