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Where To Go For Bonfire Night

Where To Go For Bonfire Night


Swansway Group have put together a list of some local events taking place around Cheshire for Bonfire Night. Take a look here to see what's on.

Remember remember the biggest bonfire bonanzas near you…

Saturday 4th November

Witton Park Bonfire, Blackburn


The Annual Blackburn Charity Bonfire Night and Firework display will take place at Witton Country Park. The fun will begin at 5.30pm. The bonfire will be lit at 7.30pm and the firework display will follow at around 8pm.

Saturday 4th November

Holt Lodge Hotel, Wrexham

colourful fireworks exploding on bonfire night

In Wrexham this Bonfire Night, you can enjoy a magnificent bonfire and fabulous firework display in the grounds of a beautiful hotel. Not only will there be a hog roast, treats for the children and a wonderful evening to remember, it’s also for a great cause as throughout the evening they will be raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity dedicated to providing specialist support for young people with cancer. Food will be served from 7.30pm onwards and the fireworks display will begin at 8.30pm.

Saturday 4th November

Betley Bonfire, Crewe

Huge bonfire

‘The Biggest Bonfire in the Region’ with pyrotechnic fireworks is back for a sparkling night of entertainment and it’s promised to be bigger and better than ever. What’s more, children under 5 are free, and so is parking. The Bonfire starts at 6pm at Betley Court Farm, Main Rd, Betley, Crewe, Cheshire.

Saturday 4th November

The Swettenham Arms, Swettenham

exploding red and orange fireworks

People travel far and wide for this event; it has all the makings of a traditional Bonfire night, with toffee apples, fireworks and the all-important beer tent! Fireworks start at 6pm

Sunday 5th November

Heaton Park Fireworks, Manchester

Black background looking up at exploding firework

Heaton Park in North Manchester is hosting another event this year that is guaranteed to impress the whole family. Not only is the firework display supposed to be one of the best in the Manchester area, there is also a funfair to keep the kids entertained before the bonfire is lit at 7.30pm and the fireworks will begin at 9.30pm. Admission is free but get there at a good time as it gets busy!

And there we have it - just a handful of some local Bonfire Night displays taking place over the weekend!

Contact us to let us know about an event near you

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