It may have been the 48th iteration of the Beaconsfield Round Table Fireworks display on Saturday, but there was plenty of change afoot.

The new, safer site at Beaconsfield Rugby Club proved to be a hit which, along with additional parking for up to 700 cars and the 25% more fireworks added to the razzle and dazzle.

A pop up outdoor cinema showed Minions and Top Gun, with all the profits from the night going to charities in Beaconsfield and beyond.

The lead sponsor of the event was Nicholas King Homes, with co-sponsors Nunn Hayward, Hine Solicitors, Universal Care, David Lloyds, CST Ltd, A H Tripp and A J Dunlops.

The Round Table have already announced the details of their 49th Fireworks Display, next year, being held on November 4.

A charity total for this year is expected to be announced soon.