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Your Guide to Bonfire & Firework displays in Warrington


THERE are various bonfire & firework displays taking place around Warrington between November 1-9.

November 1

Longbarn Residents Assoc Fireworks spectacular
New Horizons School, Fallowfield Grove.
Entry is by donation and free for children, with gates open at 5pm and a fireworks display taking place at 7.30pm.
Also features a bonfire, fairground rides and food and drink.

Lymm Tennis Club Bonfire Party
Bonfire 6.45pm Fireworks 7.15pm. Adults £5 Kids £3. Family of 4 £15. refreshments available.

Walkers Sports & Social Club
Bonfire & Fireworks. Adults £2.50 Children free. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

November 2

The Big Lymm Bonfire
Lymm Roundtable’s annual display is now at a new venue at Cherry Tree Primary School, Hardy Road.
Doors open at 6pm, kids’ fireworks display at 6:45pm and main fireworks display at 7:30pm

Gulliver’s World 
Fireworks display is scheduled for around 7.15pm

Stockton Heath Bonfire & Firework display
Stockton Heath Scout Centre.
Gates open at 6:30pm, bonfire at 7pm and fireworks at 8pm.
Includes a licensed bar, food and a barbecue.

Thelwall Parish Hall
Bell Lane, Bell Lane, from 5pm to 8pm

Penketh Primary School
Gates open at 6pm.Hot and cold refreshments with food by Snoutwood Trotters

The Kings Club

St Mary’s Street,  free.
Doors open at 6pm, display at 7pm

Spooky World Bonfire night
Apple Jacks Adventure Park, Stretton Road,  6pm to 9pm
£8 and children under 90cm are free

November 5

Halliwell Jones Stadium 
Doors open at 5.30pm, and the fireworks set for 7.30pm.

November 9

Broomfields Junior School, Appleton.
Includes food and drink stalls and fairground rides. starts 6pm. Gates close 7.25pm – main display 7.30pm

Appleton Thorn Primary School
Family Fireworks Extravaganza. Gates open 6pm display 7pm.
Free parking, sweets & snacks, hot food stalls and children’s rides.
Pre-booked tickets Child: 3 Adult £5 – on the night Child £4 adult £6.
Tickets available from school office or Appleton thorn Village Hall.


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