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Find a firework display

On the map below click on the area in which you live to find out if you have an organised firework display or bonfire near you.

Please check the page again as the list will be updated on a regular basis until Bonfire Night on Tuesday 5 November and anyone holding an organised bonfire or firework display in Herefordshire or Worcestershire can add their event to the list by calling HWFRS on 0800 032 1155 or emailing hfsc@hwfire.org.uk.

To find out more about Firework Safety visit our Firework Safety page.

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Herefordshire

Awaiting details of events

 

Worcestershire - North

Hartlebury C of E Primary School
Friday 8th November, gates open 6pm
Adults £4.00 and Children £3.00 or
Family Ticket £12 (2x Adults & 2x children or 1x Adult & 3x children)
Due to insurance restrictions NO sparklers

Barnt Green Fireworks
Sat 9 November
Kendal End Road, Barnt Green (entrance opposite Fiery Hill Road) Organised by Barnt Green Scouts & Guides (charity no. 1002391)
Gates open 5:30pm Childrens (low noise) display 6:30pm Bonfire 7pm Main display 7:45pm

BBQ, hog-roast, hot and cold drinks, licensed bar, fire eater/juggler on site.

Tickets £5 adults and £2.50 U16s on the gate.
Advance tickets £4 adults and £1.50 U16s available
on www.barntgreen-scoutsandguides.org.uk

More info on Facebook at Barnt Green Fireworks and on Twitter at @BGSGFireworks

 

Worcestershire - South

Worcester Cricket Club (Norton Barracks)
WR5 2PP on Sat 2nd Nov form 6pm onwards

 

 

 

Details of the events listed on this page have been provided by external organisers. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service are not responsible for the accuracy of the information or for the safety at the event. Inclusion on this page does not imply that events have been approved on as meeting safety requirements. Responsibility for safety rests with individual organisers and the public should always take appropriate care when attending bonfire and firework displays.