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Firework Fiesta

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Bristol Fireworks Display at Canford Park, 9th November.

Tickets are available from local schools or local St. Peters Hospice shops. Tickets bought in advance are £4 and £5 gate price on the night (under 3's free). Tickets bought through a school or a St. Peters Hospice shop will benefit as 50 pence on each ticket will be returned as a commission.

Entrance to the venue is on Canford Lane or Abbey Road with admission from 18.00 when gates open and the display starting at 19.00. Food stalls will provide snacks, hot and cold drinks. There is not s bonfire or any funfair rides, this is a community event with just a spectacular firework display. Also there is no car park as most people will probably walk to the event or come by local transport. The organisers emphasise that this will be a straightforward firework display in an atmospheric setting.

Public firework displays, such as this one at Canford Park, are an inexpensive and safe way of enjoying our traditional celebration of Guy Fawkes Night. We hightly recommend to secure your admission, you buy your tickets as soon as possible. If this is simply not convenient take a chance and come along on Saturday the 9th of November and pay on the gate if places are avaliable.


Saturday, 9th of November.

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For any questions about the firework fiesta why not consult our frequently asked questions. This page is full of those common questions we get asked about the event and how things will transpire on the evening of our great firework fiesta on the 9th of November.

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Canford Park Charity Fireworks Fiesta
Saturday, 9 November 2013

Organised by Bristol Round Table and Clifton Rotary Club


We were extremely disappointed that the event had to be cancelled. The decision, which was not taken lightly, was based on advice from Bristol City Council's Parks and Open Spaces Department that the ground (on Friday morning) was already very heavily saturated (with more rain forecast). With upwards of 6,000 people attending the event it would soon become very muddy and slippery, and in the dark would create an unacceptable hazard. During the afternoon of Friday, 8 November all ticket outlets (schools and St Peter's Hospice shops) were informed of the decision to cancel. We also informed local radio and fixed "cancelled" overlays to the promotion banners. The message was quickly taken up by Twitter.


The discounted advance tickets priced at £4.00 purchased from schools can only be redeemed from the relevant school. Schools will contact you with the arrangements.

Refunds for tickets purchased from any St Peter's Hospice shop can be obtained between 10:00am and 4:00pm on Friday 29 November at Westbury-on-Trym Library. Please note, not from the St Peter’s outlets. To secure a refund you must bring your tickets with you.

If you choose to waive your right to a refund (full or partial at your discretion), the money will be distributed to the local charities that would have benefited from the event. This includes the Lord Mayor’s Children’s Appeal.

The cancellation has caused many disappointments to the families, the charities that would have benefited and the organisers. Please be assured the decision was not taken lightly.

Should you need further information please contact us by e-mail or telephone 0845 527 4680. Thank you.