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Remember, Remember these Bonfire Night Fireworks Displays

Here at Express Exhibition Displays we love a good event and, with the 5th of November quickly approaching, it’s fair to say that we’re super excited.

From the subtly sweet sparkles of the sparkler to the bangs, pops, fizzes and heavy sprinkling of colour made from the multitude of bigger fireworks, there are many Bonfire Night fireworks displays taking place that we think you’ll love…

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Campbell Park, Milton Keynes

When? Sunday 1st November

Time? From 7.30pm

Admission? Free

Campbell Park always puts on a fun event for Bonfire Night. With a funfair to amuse the family and the prospect of live music to keep you all entertained, the stunning surroundings of the Park are the perfect backdrop for the fireworks that will be set off.

Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol

When? Thursday 5th, Friday 6th and Saturday 7th November

Time? From 5pm

Admission? Free for carers and children under 2 free. Tickets from £4

This fireworks display is family orientated and particularly toddler friendly. With lots of colour and not a lot of bang, children can easily enjoy the display without having to worry about the loud noises usually associated! As well as this fantastic display, there will also be a selection of food and drink and a stage filled with fun and games too.

Lewes War Memorial, Lewes

When? Thursday 5th November

Time? From 5pm

Admission? Free

Many Bonfire societies will gather in what has been dubbed the ‘Bonfire capital of the world’ and march up and down the streets until 1am. An event perhaps not suitable for children, this event has definitely been made for those who loves costumes, love to witness a truly spectacular firework display and of course, see a bonfire.

Midsummer Common, Cambridge

When? Thursday 5th November

Time? Open from 6pm. Fireworks at 7.30pm

Admission? Free

Providing attendants with a fun display made up of around 1,200 fireworks that are choreographed to music, Midsummer Common will also be home to a funfair that is sure to keep the children entertained until the main event.

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Aberdeen Beach, Aberdeen

When? Thursday 5th November

Time? From 6.30pm. Display from 7.30pm

Admission? Free

Aberdeen Beach kicks off their Bonfire Night event with fire-jugglers, a charity fire-walk, and entertainment from Original 106 FM presenter John Mcruvie. The colourful fireworks display is set to music to add another element to your experience.

Oldham Edge, Greater Manchester

When? Thursday 5th November

Time? From 5pm. Fireworks at 7pm

Admission? Free

With a funfair, a variety of food stalls, and a show featuring ‘creatures from the deep’ with the Thingamajig Theatre, the evening ends with what organisers have described as an “out of this world” fire show and fireworks finale at 7pm. Exciting!

The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

When? Friday 6th November

Time? Gates open at 6pm. Display at 7.30pm

Admission? Tickets from £6

There will be a variety of music hosted by Heart Radio’s Rich and Zoe, competitions, entertainment and a variety of food and drink. The Ageas Bowl will then treat its guests to a 20 minute firework display accompanied by a soundtrack.

 

Please remember to check what your local schools and councils are doing as they might well be holding a display on or around the 5th. We’d also love to hear from you if you’re attending one that isn’t on the list!

Interested in Bonfire Night displays happening in London? We’ve got you covered!

 

*Images from mums-diary.co.uk and pressandjournal.co.uk (Aberdeen Beach)

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