Top 5 Bonfire Displays To Watch

Top 5 Bonfire Displays To Watch

Posted by Eyes of Lady Wimbledon | 26 October 2018 | Arts & Culture, Magazine

As we bid farewell to the mischief of Halloween we begin to think where we can go for a fantastic night of fireworks in Wimbledon and in London. Lucky for you we’ve rounded up the top 5 Bonfire displays to make sure you enjoy the night with a bang. So wrap up warm, gather your friends or family and head out for a night to remember.

David Lloyd Clubs – Fireworks Night

David Lloyds Raynes Park’s annual fireworks night event is back and tickets are available for purchase. This year there’ll be a hog roast, BBQ and Bar on the night while most of the action will be taking place outside make sure to wrap up in your finest fur and favourite winter coat.

David Lloyd Raynes Park, Bushey Road, London, SW20 8TE (Friday 2nd November. Doors open at 4pm, display starting at 7.15pm)

Find David Lloyd Clubs online or visit them on Facebook and Twitter.

Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival

Possibly one of the most popular displays of fireworks this festival will be taking over North London over two consecutive days featuring a German beer festival and burning fire parade.

Alexandra Palace Way, London, N22 7AY (Friday 2nd and 3rd November. From 6pm).

Find Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival information online or visit them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Battersea Park Fireworks

Gather loved ones and head over to Battersea Park to watch as the ‘circus’ themed bonfire displays illuminate the Wandsworth skies this November. This year Councillor Piers McCausland, Mayor of Wandsworth, will be lighting up the fireworks at 7.30pm.

Albert Bridge Road, London, SW11 4NJ (Saturday 3rd November. Gates open at 6pm – no entry after 8pm.)

Find Battersea Park Fireworks information online or find Battersea Power Station on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Richmond Annual Family Fireworks

This annual event is being run in partnership with Richmond Council and the two rugby clubs that play at the venue, Richmond FC and London Scottish FC in support of The Poppy Factory.If you have any favourite tracks from the noughties you’ll definitely want to head down to Richmond to watch the ’90’s Music Night’ inspired bonfire display.

Richmond Athletic Association, Twickenham Road, TW9 2SF (Sunday 4th November, Open from 4.30pm)

Find Richmond Athletic Association Fireworks information online or follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

Wimbledon Park Bonfire and Fireworks Display

Two of London’s most popular firework displays will be taking place this year at Modern Park and our very own Wimbledon Park. Each venue will have two musical, themed performances the first starting at 6.45pm and the second to follow at 8.30pm on the 5th November at Wimbledon Park.

Wimbledon Park (Located near All England Lawn Tennis Club), Church Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5AE (Monday 5th November, 6.30pm – 10pm)

Find Wimbledon Park Bonfire and Fireworks Display information online.

Image Credit: Friends of Wimbledon.


Written by Jennifer Freitas De Castro

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