Firework Displays in Weston-super-Mare

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By vickifitz | Wednesday, October 19, 2011, 10:10

THE DARK winter nights will soon be illuminated across Weston-super-Mare as a host of firework displays get underway to mark Bonfire night.

So where is the best place to go this year? Westonsupermarepeople has put together a fireworks guide of displays that are happening locally so you know where to go.

Weston-super-Mare Grand Pier

Thousands of visitors are expected to enjoy a night of fireworks and fun at the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare on Saturday 5th November.

People who come along will be able to watch a large firework display on the beach from the comfort of the new giant Grand Pier conservatory on the South Deck and enjoy the rides.

Visitors who pay a £5 admission fee will receive a free £5 Grand Pier ride voucher and visitors to pay a £10 admission fee will receive a free £10 ride voucher, plus a burger or hot dog.

Grand Pier owner Kerry Michael said: "I am looking forward to watching the Grand Pier firework display from the new conservatory.

"We can give people a warm and dry vantage point, with a spectacular view, which on a cold November night is something unique.

"Our rides will be open all evening so it should be a fireworks and fun evening for everyone".

Tickets are available via the pier website events page on or from the Grand Pier Gift Shop on the first floor of the Pavilion building.

Ride and food vouchers can be collected from the Grand Pier on the night on production of a valid ticket.

Doors open at 6pm and last admissions are at 7pm.

Puxton Park's Explosive Firework Display

This year's firework display will see a bonfire and pigroast as well as a host of other entertainment to keep the children amused.

Tickets are just £4 per person in advance or £5 on the night. Children aged three and under are free.

Doors open at 6pm, bonfire at 7pm and fireworks at 8pm. The indoor playbarn will be open and children will have timed sessions. Other entertainment on the night includes: magician, rifle range, Tin Can Alley, Mega Drop Slide, Inflatable Helter Skelter, Test Your Strength Machine, Pig Roast, Bar and our Burger Van.

There are also stalls booked so far: Connies, Phoenix Cards, Usborne Books, Aloe Vera Products, Katie-Boo, Tombola and Small Prints. Anyone else wanting to book a stall please email info@puxton.co.uk

Worle Community School

Worle Community School's Bonfire Night takes place on Friday November 4. The bonfire lighting ceremony takes place at 6.30pm and firework display at 7pm.

There will be a licensed Bar and Hot Food available. Tickets cost £3 each or £10 per family (two adults and two children under 16).

To book please contact the Marketing Department on 01934 529533

Hornets RFC's Firework Display

The Hornets display takes place tonight Friday 4 November. Gates open 6pm, display at 7.15pm

Hornets RFC, Hutton Moor Park, Hutton Moor Road, Weston-super-Mare

All proceeds go towards kids rugby at Hornets RFC. Entrance is £3 per person or £10 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children). For more details: 01934 621 433

www.pitchero.com/clubs/hornetsrfc

Catherine Inn's Firework Display

There will be a display and bonfire at the Catherine Inn tonight Friday 4 November. Gates open 6.30pm, display at approx 7pm. Refreshments available.

Free admission. For more details: 01934 812 275

Hutton Bonfire Night

The annual Fireworks display in Hutton takes place tonight at St Mary's field. Prices are as follows:

Family ticket (2 adults, 2 kids - under 16) £6 * £2.50 Adults * £1 children * under 3's free. All tickets payable on the gate which opens at 6:30pm with the display beginning at 7:30pm.

Do you of an event not mentioned on here then please upload the details.

Have a fun and safe bonfire night!

      

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