The best 2018 firework and bonfire nights in Wymondham and Attleborough
PUBLISHED: 11:45 15 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:59 23 October 2018
With summer swiftly fading and October well on its way, thoughts are turning to this year’s bonfire night, and where to see the region’s top firework displays.
Connaught Hall, Station Road. Friday, November 2, 6pm-10pm. Adults £4, under 16s £2, under fives free, family ticket £10.
Prepare for fire eaters, stilt walkers, a fun fair, stalls, lots of food stalls, face painting, mascots, and much more at this bonfire night extravaganza. A mini disco will start at 8pm.
Tickets available from AW Myhill and The Bakery.
Wymondham Rugby Club. Friday, November 2. Gates 6.30pm, fireworks 7.30pm. Adults £5, children £4, under fours free. Parking on site.
Wymondham Rugby Club say goodbye to their old premises in style with their last annual fireworks display there.
Hot food and drink will be in addition to a real ale bar, music and children’s rides.
Crusaders Rugby Club. Saturday, November 3. Gates 6pm, fireworks 7pm. £10 per car, price unknown
A family friendly evening of food, drink, and fireworks.
Field in Quidenham Road Junction. Monday, November 5. Gates 5.30pm, bonfire 6pm, fireworks 6.30pm. Advance £7, on the gate £9. Primary school aged children free.
Titanium Fireworks, who have also done London’s new year’s eve shows are sure to put on a memorable display. Visitors will be treated to a bar, toffee apples, cakes, and a bonfire.
Tickets available from Kenninghall Primary office, the village shop and The Red Lion Pub.
All proceeds go directly to Kenninghall Primary. Car parking available.
Village Hall. Saturday, November 3. Gates 5.15pm. Bonfire 5.45pm. Adults £6, children three and over £4.
New Buckenham prides itself on its traditional firework display. Local ale by Elmtree Beers will be on offer, as well as homemade soups, hot punch, burgers and hotdogs, and glow accessories.