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    • Mrs D2B
      CommentAuthorMrs D2B
      Got married 15 months ago
      Posted: May 1st 2016
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    Can someone please recommend a wedding insurer that provides public liability insurance which doesn't exclude pyrotechnics/fireworks please? I've been trawling through the small print on all the major wedding insurers (J0hn L3w1s, Debs, [email protected]@v3r etc) and they all eventually say that they will not cover damage from pyrotechnics/fireworks. Any suggestions greatly appreciated. TIA x

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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 6 years ago
      Posted: May 3rd 2016
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    To be honest, I don't know of any and not surprised. We had a very old venue on the island which ended up with a lot of damage from fireworks. They were out of business for a long time whilst they rebuilt it all.

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    • SusanM34
      CommentAuthorSusanM34
      Got married 29 months ago
      Posted: May 3rd 2016
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    My insurance is with a company called [email protected] I don't know if they cover fireworks as I'm not a fan of them (who wants to watch their money burn? Lol) but it might be worth a look. They're quite reasonably priced too.

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