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BONFIRE TIME: Seb Sidwell has lots of fun with a sparkler (44131806)

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WORCESTER


KGV Fireworks Display – Thursday, November  1, King George V Playing Fields, Brickfields, Worcester.
Presented by Heart FM, with band, interviews with an Olympic medallist, fire jugglers, children’s entertainment and food village. Free entry. Starts 5pm. Call 01905 759265.


Worcester City Football Club, St George’s Lane – Friday, November 2.
Reach for the Stars Firework Spectacular, including magic show, children’s rides, bar, tombola, food. Gates open 5.30pm, fireworks at 7pm. Adults £5 in advance, £7 on the night. Concessions £3 in advance, £5 on the night. Family ticket £12 advance only. Tickets from the ground until today only – 9am-6pm.


Pitchcroft Racecourse – Saturday, November 3.
Organised by Worcester Round Table to include bonfire, fireworks and funfair. Gates open at 6pm, bonfire lit at 7.30pm, first firework at 8pm. Tickets priced £5 for adults, £2 for children or £12 for a family ticket (2+2). Call 01684 584924.


Worcester Warriors, Sixways Stadium – Saturday, November 3.
Disney Fireworks featuring celebrity guest presenters CBeebies’ Cerrie Burnell and Milkshake’s Anna Williamson. Gates open at 5pm, entertainment at 6.30pm, fireworks at 7.30pm. Tickets cheaper in advance by calling 01905 454183 or £6 per adult and £3.50 per child on the gate. Limited on-site parking, but spaces can be pre-booked for £5. Food and drink available.


Red Hill School – Friday, November 9.
Presented by the Friends of Red Hill School. Entry from 6pm from both main gate and London Road entrance. Fireworks 7pm. To include barbecue, bar, toffee apples, light sticks. Tickets £4 adults, £2.50 children in advance from the office, or £5 and £3.50 on gate.

 

WORCESTERSHIRE

 

The Lenchford Inn, Shrawley – Friday, November 2.
Bonfire with outdoor bar, disco, children’s slide, face painting, stalls, hog roast, hot dogs and burgers. Bonfire lit at 7pm, fireworks at 9pm. Free car parking.


Marlbank Inn, Welland – Friday, November 2.
Bonfire, fireworks and barbecue. Starts 7pm. Admission free.


West Midlands Safari Park – Saturday, November 3.
A firework festival featuring Pearl of Africa’s Children’s Choir, including bonfire, fireworks, rides, illuminations, discovery trail, sea lion show and a hog roast. Gates and rides open at 2pm with the bonfire being lit at 6.30pm. Choir performances will be at 3pm, 4pm, 5.30pm and 7.45pm.


Green Farm, Acton Beauchamp, near Bromyard – Saturday, November 3.
Bonfire with hot dogs and refreshments in aid of St Giles Church. Starts 6.30pm. Admission £3 per person, free for under 5s.


The Swan Inn, Newland, near Malvern – Saturday, November 3.
Gates open 5pm, bonfire lit at 6.30pm, fireworks at 7pm. Free entry. Bar and barbecue.


Cradley Bonfire and Fireworks – Saturday, November 3.
Whitmans Hill Farm Storridge (Opposite Knights Cider). Gates open 6pm. Spectacular display, bar, barbecue, candy floss. Parking at Knights, or use free park-and-ride from Cradley School. Adults £7, children £4, family ticket £15 in advance, or £18 on the gate. (two adults and up to three children.) Call 01886 884682, 01886 880647.


Church House Farm, Martley – Saturday, November 3.
Organised by Martley Young Farmers Club and Clifton upon Teme Primary School PTA. Pig roast, beer and mulled wine, baked potatoes, hotdogs, toffee apples, glow sticks. Torchlight parade from village green at 5.30pm, gates open at 5.45pm, bonfire lit 6.30pm, fireworks 7pm. Family tickets £12, adults £4, children £2.50 available from Clifton Primary School, Clifton Village Stores and Martley Village Stores.


Malvern Fireworks at Three Counties Showground – Saturday, November 3.
Wild West Firework Show Down. Includes indoor viewpoint and activities, funfair, refreshments, free parking. Admission £5. Under 5s go free. Gates open at 5.30pm.


Ragley Hall, Alcester – Saturday, November 3.
Includes fireworks, bonfire and funfair. Front gates open at 4.30pm – last entry 7pm. Bonfire lit at 6.30pm, fireworks 7.30pm. Entry £5. Under 4s go free. Free parking.


The Burgage, Tenbury Wells – Saturday, November 3.
Organised by Tenbury Round Table. Gates open at 6.30pm, bonfire lit at 7pm and fireworks at 8pm. Tenbury 41 Club will be serving hot dogs and burgers. There will also be a bar. Tickets £5 for adults, £3 for children, £15 for families.


Pershore and District Royal Naval Association – Sunday, November 4.
Free event at the Pershore Naval Social Club in conjunction with the town council. Starts 5.30pm with a pig roast, fireworks 6.30pm from King George's Field.


Avoncroft Museum, Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove – Monday, November 5.
No Bangs Bonfire Night to include bonfire, sing-song, and sparklers. 6pm – 8pm. Pre-booking required. £4 per person including hot chocolate, £2 for under 5s.


Corporation Meadow, Evesham – Monday, November 5.
Organised by Evesham Town Council. Tickets available in advance from the tourist information centre at the Almonry Museum, Evesham, priced £3 for adults, £2 for children (5–16 yrs). Gates open from 6.15pm, bonfire lit 7.15pm, fireworks display 7.45pm.

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