Lewes War Memorial, High Street, Lewes BN7 2LU The six bonfire societies in Lewes will hold their celebrations on 5th November 2012. As part of this, processions are held through the streets of Lewes. The main procession route is from Western Road, through the Bottleneck along the High Street, past the War Memorial and down School Hill to Boots corner. Each bonfire society sells its own programme giving details of its procession route. It is not a firework display as people expect. The main focus [...]
Brockham Lane, Brockham, Surrey One of the biggest and most popular displays in the south-east of England. Held on the village green. It is very busy and if you do not live in Brockham you may have a 20 minute walk from a car park. The traffic is heavy so allow plenty of time as the bonfire will be lit on time. Buses run to and from both Reigate and Dorking, leaving approximately every 30 minutes from 18.00. The ‘drop off and collection’ is a [...]
Odsal Stadium, Bradford, West Yorks. What could be more explosive than the combination of fireworks and extreme stunts?! That’s exactly what you’ll get at this event with a difference!
West Midland Safari Park, Bewdley, Worcs. Spectacular fireworks and bonfire, late-night rides, safari illuminations and themed music to bring the party alive! Plus! Mark O’Shea’s Reptile World, Twilight Cave, SeaQuarium, Creepy Crawlies, a sea lion show and a delicious range of refreshments including a hog roast, bar, and disco in Tree Tops pavilion.
Victoria Embankment, London This is one of London’s most spectacular annual displays and you’ll be able to see the fireworks for miles, but for the best view of all head down to the riverside between Waterloo and Blackfriars Bridges, either on Victoria Embankment or on the South Bank. All the roads and both bridges will be closed to traffic so there’s plenty of room.
Blackheath Common, London SE Trek up the hill to the heath and see the skies lit up by the spellbounding Blackheath fireworks. The display is one of the biggest free community events in the capital and attracts up to 100,000 people each year, and as always, this year it promises to be a fun evening of entertainment with a funfair from 4pm, bar and food (and other stalls) from 5pm and the main display which starts at 8pm.
Littledown Centre, Chaseside, Bournemouth, Dorset Get ready to ‘ooh’ and ‘ahh’ at the spectacular display in Bournemouth, lighting up the skies to the sound of music and accompanying light displays. In addition to the fireworks there will be a funfair, a fancy dress parade and a kids’ circus, too!
Caerphilly Castle, Crescent Road Caerphilly Caerphilly This annual fireworks event organised by Caerphilly Town Council promises a spectacular sight. With the majestic Caerphilly Castle as the backdrop this really is a display to remember.
Wilsthorpe Rd, Long Eaton, Nottingham The annual Erewash bonfire and fireworks event attracts thousands of visitors each year, as one of the largest community fireworks night events in the area. The musical theme this year will be ‘that’s what I call fireworks’ and the event will also host an illuminated lantern procession.
Pensarn Beach, Promenade, Abergele, Conwy, North Wales Experience all the fun of the fair at North Wales’ largest funfair and firework display.
Cheltenham Racecourse, Cheltenham, Glos. This display is recognised as the largest in the South West region attracting a crowd of around 10,000 people, so you’ll be in good company at the event! As well as a spectacular fireworks display there will also be a funfair and street performers to keep attendees amused.
Polo Ground, Marlborough Road, Swindon, Wilts. The Swindon Lions Club are once again holding their annual fireworks display, including a funfair and live music.
Quex Park Estate, Birchington, Kent A new and exciting Firework Event for 2013 – ‘Enjoy the Thrill..ers’, with two Pyrotechnic displays in one night. Attendees will also be treated to live music and a funfair.
Kent Life, Lock Lane, Maidstone, Kent This is a display with a difference, as the bonfire will be lit by fire breathers! Fireworks and all other kinds of fun will follow.
Cooper’s Field, Cardiff This event will host an amazing display of pyrotechnics, a beast of a bonfire as well as funfair rides, live entertainment from Capital FM, food stalls and many other family attractions.
Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way. London N22 7AY This mesmerising show combines fireworks, lasers and music for a truly unique fireworks experience. There really is something for everyone at this event – little ones can enjoy a winter festival with carousels, helter skelter and even an ice rink, while grown-ups can sample The German Bier Festival, featuring traditional products, Bavarian foods and wonderful music. SOLD OUT
River Dart Country Park, Ashburton, Newton Abbot, Don’t miss the explosive firework display at River Dart Country Park – in addition to the mesmerising firework display, young guests can also enjoy a bouncy castle, fun activities and a range of refreshments.
Victoria Playing Fields, Cirencester, Glos. Get ready to see the skies of Cirencester illuminated in beautiful colours at this display.
Bath Rotary Club, The Bath Recreation Ground, Bath, BA2 7AY Bath residents and visitors can enjoy Bath’s biggest fireworks display at the Bath Recreation Ground.
Kenilworth Castle, Castle Green, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, Be amazed by the beautiful fireworks and towering bonfire at this display in the stunning grounds of Kenilworth Castle.
Butts Park Arena, Coventry Get fireworks night off to a bang at this fun event featuring fireworks, a funfair and live music. More information: 024 7623 1001
Hampton St Warwick, Warwckshire. Soak up the autumnal atmosphere at this exciting firework display.
Abbey Park Rd, Leicester Abbey Park Bonfire and Fireworks Display is Leicester’s biggest display, attracting over 15,000 visitors. In addition to the main fireworks there’s also a children’s firework display which is quieter and especially themed for a younger audience. Gem 106 award-winning breakfast presenters Sam & Amy will be hosting a great stage programme including live music from the hottest new boy band in the UK, The Vamps. Plus there’s also a children’s funfair, food stalls and, of course, the bonfire.
Hop Farm Family Park, Maidstone Road, Paddock Wood, Kent Kent’s favourite firework display is back with a bang this November. Bigger, louder and better than ever, the firework displays will light up the sky like never before! There are two displays, one on the Saturday and the other on Sunday with a bonfire. Fantastic food, drink and live music until late on the Saturday.
Mar Lodge Estate, Mar Lodge, Braemar Come and see the sky above Mar Lodge lit up by fireworks. There will be a piped torchlit procession to light the bonfire, a best ‘Guy’ competition, along with nibbles and drinks for sale.
Hopetoun House, South Queensferry, Midlothian Renowned as one of the best fireworks around, the 2013 firework extravaganza at Hopetoun is set to be bigger and better than ever! Set against the backdrop of the majestic Hopetoun House, the evening will climax with a fabulous finale of fireworks, set to a soundtrack of the theme songs of famous movie ‘Superheroes’. dults £10 and children £6, children aged 3 and under are free. Tickets must be bought in advance from hubtickets.co.uk or the Hopetoun farm shop.
Bristol Zoo Gardens, Clifton, Bristol Beautiful, low-noise fireworks will light up Bristol Zoo adding a sparkle to Guy Fawkes Night without the loud bangs that might frighten your little ones or the zoo animals. Hot drinks and wintery treats will also be available to buy.
Light Up, Newcastle Racecourse, High Gosforth Park, Newcastle upon Tyne This event combines lovely fireworks with live music from XFactor band Union J! There will also be all the fun of the fair.