The BONFIRE Night is upon us and there are a number of events throughout Hampshire that offer something for everyone. From spectacular fireworks to Southampton Water to more traditional fairs with rides, music and food, readers will enjoy the Bonfire Night celebrations in 2018. Here are some of the brightest …
If you're looking for something that does not spark fireworks this year, Gunpowder, Treason and Plot are for you.
The walk begins at 4:30 pm on Bargate on November 4 and leads you through Guy Fawkes, a plan to assassinate a king, 19 dismembered Lancastrians, spies, and vanished brothers. Tickets cost £ 5 and you can book in advance but you do not have to.
ANNUAL fireworks fundraiser on Friday, November 9, at the school of St Luke's School. The event starts at 5:00 pm to receive refreshments and see the boys being brought to the campfire before it is lit. Fireworks from 18 o'clock. Tickets in advance at the Sway Newsagent and Winkwork £ 6. Tickets at the Gate £ 7.
FIREWORK local charity presentation organized by New Milton Round Table on Saturday, November 10th. Gates open at 18:00, fireworks at 19:00. Adults £ 6, children £ 4 (under 4 years free).
GRETA Park is hosting the Fun Fair and Fireworks Display on Saturday, November 10, starting at 6:00 pm. Organized by C. Burnett & Sons in collaboration with the Hedge End Carnival Committee, the event allocates 50 percent of the entry fee to good causes around the hedge end. Tickets cost £ 4 for adults, £ 2 for children or there is a family ticket for £ 10.
EASTLEIGH Town Center will combine fireworks with the Christmas light switch this year. The family day on November 17 includes a Christmas grotto, entertainment, live music and a selection of specially selected market stalls. The day ends with Santa's lights turning on, as well as a parade and fireworks. This is free and accessible to everyone and runs throughout the day from 11am to 7pm.