Both Bristol Round Table and The Rotary Club of Clifton confirm that this year’s event will be particularly impressive, and we will have Bristol’s biggest pyrotechnic display which is certain to dazzle all those who watch it from within Canford Park.
This year’s event will comprise 50% more fireworks to make up for last year’s unfortunately curtailed event.
Tickets are available from local schools, online and also from local St. Peter’s Hospice shops in the following locations;
Tickets bought in advance are £5 and this secures a place and will give you much faster access into the park on the night; we have improved access from last year. Tickets on the night will also be £5 but you will need to take a chance for securing a place on the night. £1 of every ticket bought through a school or a St. Peter’s Hospice shop will be returned to them 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 or shortly afterwards. Food stalls will provide snacks, hot and cold drinks.
There isn’t a bonfire or any funfair rides, this is a community event with just a truly spectacular firework display.
There is no car park as people are encouraged to 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 highly recommend securing your admission in advance; you buy your tickets as soon as possible as numbers are limited. If this is simply not convenient take a chance and come along on Saturday the 4th of November 2017 and pay on the gate if places are available.
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