Fireworks: Top 5 places to celebrate Bonfire Night

With Halloween out of the way, it’s time to celebrate Bonfire Night and our Top 5 Fireworks Displays

 

Friday 2 November

Bishops Park 

Accompanied by love songs, the theme for this year’s show is love.

Tickets in advance £6/on the gate £8/free for U5s

Gates open at 6pm with kids’ display at 7.15pm/main event at 8pm

www.lbhf.gov.uk

Saturday 3 November

Ravenscourt Park

Musically choreographed with a funfair and food. No entry after 8pm. Big crowds

Tickets in advance £6/on the gate £8/Free for U5s

Gates open at 6pm with kids’ display at 7.15pm/main event at 8pm

www.lbhf.gov.uk

Bears Ice Cream

If the crowds are off-putting, head to Bears Ice Cream on Goldhawk Road. As well as signature Icelandic style soft serve ice cream, there will be hot chocolate, mulled wine and a Chilly Katz pop-up – gourmet hot dogs to you and me.

Starts from 5pm.

www.bearsicecream.co.uk

Dukes Meadows Golf & Tennis Club

This has been tried and tested by City Kids and very much approved! An earlier display for families and small children and one later for adults means everyone’s happy!

 £8.80 for adults/£4.40 U16s

Doors open from 4.30pm. Family display at 6pm, main event at 7.45pm

www.dukesmeadows.com

Barnes

Tradition on show here at Barnes Sports Club with a Guy competition, bonfire and plenty of food and mulled wine.

 Adult ticket £10, Child ticket £50, Family ticket £25

Gates open at 5.30pm, fireworks at 7.45pm

www.barnessportsclub.org

Sunday 4th November

Richmond

With a 90s theme (dressing up desirable) at Richmond Athletic Ground, there’s also food, a funfair, live entertainment and bars open until 11pm.

Adult ticket £9/Kids £6/ Free for U5s (Group prices also available)

Gates open from 4.30pm, fireworks at 7pm

www.eventbrite.co.uk