|October 14, 2011||to||November 6, 2011|
This year’s Richmond fireworks display will be hosting a Guy Fawkes making competition open to all primary schools in the area, to be judged by the Mayor of Richmond. Alongside the themed choreographed fireworks display there’s loads of mulled wine, a very tasty hog roast, a bonfire and fairground rides. And if it rains then fret not, the Richmond fireworks display has a big covered stand to keep you dry.
This display is always a good one and there are few better ways to welcome in the colder weather and the clocks going back than wrapping up warm for Bonfire Night. So get your woolliest hat, your longest scarf and your thickest gloves and head down to Richmond for a great display of Catherine wheels, rockets, serpents and crysanthemums that are sure to make your Bonfire Night go off with a bang.
Richmond Athletics Ground
Sunday 6 November
Gates open at 4.30 pm, with the fireworks starting at 7 pm.
- £8.00 for adults and £5.00 for children. Kids under the age of 5 go free.
- Family tickets are also available for two adults and up to four children; family tickets cost £25.00 in advance.
- Advance tickets can be purchased by calling (020) 8940 0397