Celebrate at The Shed this November

Karen Neville


There’s plenty to celebrate at The Shed this November, with a fireworks bonanza, a cosy comedy club and a Remembrance Day afternoon, plus Saturday Markets and Christmas Wreath workshops

The Shed has a sparkling selection lined up with some real fireworks throughout November with the return of the Cube Comedy Club as well as live music, quiz nights and the ever popular markets.

The venue offers the perfect backdrop for evenings of laughs and fantastic community events.

The Cube Comedy Club, 2nd November, 8pm

We’re back with a bang this November and continue to bring you the best of the best from the UK comedy circuit. This month features Matt Price, Eva Bindeman and Joey Page.

Eva Bindeman is a Bristol based, North East Comic bringing a warm, conversational sense of humour with a twist of the unexpected and named Funny Women “one to watch” in 2022.

Joey Page has been hailed as the future of stand up and is storming the circuit with his trail blazing brand of ‘Indie Comedy’ that’s surreal and inventive and has gained a big following during his time as support act for Noel Fielding on tour.

‘Conversations with Criminals’ podcast host Matt Price interacts with a crowd in a way that makes everyone in the room feel good. Matt’s stories are from the wilder side of life but surprisingly easy to relate to.

Firework Extravaganza, November 4th, 5-9pm

Get ready to light up the night sky with a FREE Firework Display on November 4th, with a night of dazzling lights, delicious treats, and fairground rides.

Head to Parade Square for a spectacular night of jaw-dropping fireworks at Whitehill and Bordon, with gates opening at 5pm and the breath-taking display commencing at 7pm, this event is not to be missed.

There will also be an array of exciting fairground rides for all ages. And when hunger strikes, indulge in mouth-watering meals from a selection of food trucks, offering sizzling burgers, hot dogs, delicious hog roasts, and a variety of sweet treats including donuts, waffles, and crepes.

Remembrance Sunday with Stephanie Bell, November 12th, 12-2pm

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the enchanting melodies of the 1940s as Stephanie Bell takes the stage gracing us with not one, but two captivating sets of music, each lasting 45 minutes. Absolutely free with no need to book, this is the perfect way to get the family together for an afternoon of remembrance and celebration.

Throughout November there are also the popular Saturday Markets on 11th and 25th November, as well as a Christmas Wreath Workshop at Bud Hut, where guests can learn how to create a stunning moss-based wreath adorned with seasonal natural accessories.

You can find the full line-up of all upcoming events at The Shed here: theshedwb.com/shed-events

A fireworks night to remember!

Ellie Cox


There are plenty of displays to choose from, big and small, to make your fireworks night go with a bang

Friday, 28th October

Chobham Rugby Fireworks, GU24 8LD: Bars, food outlets, hot drinks, candy floss, a sweet shop, glow toys and more are all part of the fun at Chobham Rugby Fireworks. Gates open at 6pm. Before the bonfire is lit at 7pm and then the fireworks take off at 8pm. Tickets must be pre-paid, so make sure you take a copy of your QR code ticket email with you. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. As it’s Halloween weekend there’s also a fancy dress competition with prizes for the scariest outfit. chobhamrugby.co.uk/event/chobham-rugby-fireworks-2022

Saturday, 29th October

Pine Ridge Golf Club, Camberley GU16 9NX: Embrace the theme and dress to impress – whatever your age – at the spooky Halloween themed fireworks night. The spectacular display will last around 18 minutes and be accompanied by music. Bonfire lighting at 6.30pm before the display an hour later and music to dance to all night. Why not make a really big night of it and book a table in the premiere area? Food on the night too. Card payments only. pineridgegolf.co.uk/fireworks

Ripley Bonfire, High Street, Ripley GU23 6BB: There’s a full day of family fun at the Ripley Bonfire which starts at 1pm with Benson’s family fun fair. Brian’s bar opens at 4pm on the green serving the cheapest beer in the village (proceeds to the event and the community). The torchlit procession at 7.10pm, led by the Ripley Bonfire Queen and her attendants and the band, leads to the lighting of the bonfire at 7.30pm with the fireworks soaring into the skies at 8pm. Live music by Sultana carries on into the night. ripleybonfire.co.uk

Ascot Round Table Charity Fireworks Event, Ascot Racecourse: This year viewing of the fabulous fireworks set to music will take place from the Grandstand of Ascot Racecourse from 6.30pm. This will provide the best view of the largest show ever to be held by the organisers. Enjoy a fun fair, food, drinks and licensed bars on the night as well while raising funds for this wonderful organisation. www.ascotfireworks.org.uk

Saturday, 5th November

Guildford Firework Fiesta, Stoke Park GU1 1ER: Fireworks and more will light up Guildford with live music from 6pm from Mumford & Sons tribute act Chasing Mumford as well as local band 21st Century Riot with Kings of Leon and Arctic Monkeys covers. There’ll be a children’s entertainment area too with a fairground, face painting, glow toys and more, all before the display at 8.30pm. Not forgetting multiple food and drink outlets. Tickets in advance only, www.guildfordlions.com/firework-fiesta

Bramley Bonfire & Fireworks, Bramley Field GU5 0AX: The Bramley Bonfire is always a spectacular event with a torchlit parade, raging bonfire and magical fireworks. Guys will be lining up from 6pm in the library car park, procession at 6.40pm, bonfire lighting at 7.10pm before fireworks around half an hour later.

Chiddingfold Bonfire & Fireworks, Chiddingfold Green GU8 4TX: The historic Chiddingfold bonfire features a procession of 400 torches from St Mary’s School heading to light the bonfire at 7.15pm before the fireworks at 8pm. This fabulous community event also features a grand draw and park and ride shuttle buses to the green. chiddingfoldbonfire.org.uk

Cranleigh Bonfire & Fireworks, Cranleigh Common GU6 8LU: Cranleigh’s annual Bonfire & Fireworks celebrations, which sees thousands of people flock to the village and has been described as one of the best fireworks events in the South of England, started just after the Second World War. Bensons Fun Fair are on hand with rides. Celebrations start around 6pm with the procession along the High Street holding lighted torches. Free.

Farnham Fireworks, Farnham Park GU9 0AU: A torchlit procession led by the Mayor and the Reading Pipers will process through town and up Castle Street to the park. Enjoy a bonfire, food village, entertainment and a spectacular fireworks display with the back drop of the castle. farnhamroundtable.org.uk/events/fireworktickets

Woking Fireworks, Woking Park, Kingfield Road, GU22 9BA: Woking’s biggest and best fireworks display is back with a huge bang after a two-year gap with the theme A Night at the Movies. The display will be set to a soundtrack made up of the most memorable theme tunes from some huge movies. Gates open at 5.30pm with a fun fair. The display starts at 7.30pm. Food and drink stalls will be available for all. Further information and tickets at www.wokingfireworks.org

A fireworks night to remember!

Ellie Cox


There are plenty of displays to choose from, big and small, to make your fireworks night go with a bang

Friday, 4th November

Four Marks Bonfire and Fireworks, Four Marks C of E primary School, Kitwood Road GU34 5AS: Enjoy a dazzling display, live music, BBQ, bar, refreshments and stalls at this hugely popular event. Tickets sold out last year and are selling fast this year too, adult £8, child £5, under 3 free, family £20. Book yours at fofmpta.co.uk The organisers would like to thank sponsors H W Autos, Hamptons Estate Agents, Coop Four Marks.

Saturday, 5th November

Fleet Lions Firework Fiesta, Calthorpe Park GU51 4AD: Come and enjoy the fabulous fireworks display starting at around 6.30pm. At the Lions marquee you can buy burgers and hotdogs, get fibre optic and LED toys for the kiddies while the grown ups can sample our tasty Lions Glühwein (mulled wine). Fleet Phoenix are serving hot and cold drinks, The Hot Oven Bakers Corner will serve samosas, pasties and sausage rolls and The 29th Odiham Scouts will provide toffee apples, churros sparklers, sweet fountains rocket biscuits and chocolate mines and there’ll be pulled pork from Muncheon Luncheon. Caleb’s coffee and hot drinks will be served at the old Pavilion. www.fleetlions.org.uk/fundraising/fireworkfiesta.html

The Shed, Bordon GU35 0DJ: Remember, remember the 5th of November, because The Shed is hosting its second Community Fireworks Night! This free event will have food and drinks stalls open from 5pm across the Parade Square and Town Park with the big fireworks display starting from 7.30pm. And the night doesn’t end there – visitors can warm up with a drink and a dance to live music at The Tap at The Shed directly afterwards.

Hatch Warren Fireworks Display, Longcross Lane, Basingstoke GU22 4XF: Expect an outstanding display, starting promptly at 7.30pm with lively music, food and drink stalls and a licensed bar, along with light up novelty toys and children’s funfair rides to keep everyone of all ages entertained. www.hatchwarren.org/events-1/fireworks-spectacular-1

A fireworks night to remember!

Ellie Cox


There are plenty of displays to choose from, big and small, to make your fireworks night go with a bang.

Saturday, 29th October

Twyford & District Round Table charity bonfire & fireworks night is celebrating 80’s & Disney movies at King George V Recreation ground Twyford. This year there is a Facebook poll to pick a Disney villain effigy to be lit atop the bonfire so get voting! Sponsored by Grapevine Estate Agents, you will not want to miss this fantastic mid-winter community festival complete with BBQ, a contactless and cash bar stocked with real local ales, traditional mulled wines, plus hot chocolate and coffee. Our stalls, and fairground rides for the young and young at heart, will blur the night sky and bring the night to life. Buy discounted tickets online in advance and save.

The UK’s largest low noise firework display choreographed to music more than makes up for the drama in visual impression at the Halloween Spooktacular Bonfire and Fireworks at Henley Showground. Without the huge explosions more families will be able to enjoy the dazzling displays without upsetting the children (or four-legged friends) in the local community. https://henleyspooktacular.eventbrite.co.uk

Friday, 4th November

LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort – November 4th -6th: Enjoy an awesome day with all your favourite rides, live shows and attractions followed by some of the best fireworks in the country! Plus, you can transform our incredible fireworks display into exploding LEGO® bricks with our magic Brick glasses* that put the ‘spec’ into spectacular. * Paid for separately. www.legoland.co.uk/explore/special-events/fireworks-spectacular

Reading Lions Fireworks Spectacular, Scours Lane is the setting for Reading Lions Fireworks Spectacular where there’s also a small fairground with children’s rides, hot food and drink stalls and a licensed bar, more fun with face painting and other activities and children dressed in the best Halloween outfits will win prizes! Book tickets at https://www.readinglionsfireworks.org.uk/#tickets

Saturday, 5th November

Witches and Wizards Fireworks, Windsor Racecourse, SL4 5JJ: It’s a wicked night of Wizards and Witches at the racecourse. Grab your broomsticks, dust off your pointy hat and cloak and see the Grand Hall, Platform 9¾ and special Wizard’s Show at this fabulous spooky night for all the family. With a huge bonfire, yummy treats – food and drink outlets will be card only – and a funfair (please bring cash for this) with the highlight the spectacular display to music featuring the 15-minute firework fiesta with a dazzling display of rockets, Catherine wheels, fountains and more. www.windsor-racecourse.co.uk/whats-on/fireworks-saturday-5th-november

Cantley Field Fireworks, Wokingham RG41 1BQ: A funfair with many rides for young children, as well as scary rides for the older ones kicks off proceedings at 5.30pm with a torchlit procession from 6pm in Market Place led by St Sebastian’s band and local dignitaries. The fireworks start at 7.30pm on Cantley Field and the display will be bigger and better than ever complete with drinks and snacks from vendors. All proceeds to local charities. www.wokingham-fireworks.co.uk/fireworks.html

Newbury Lions Club are presenting their spectacular charity fireworks extravaganza at Newbury Racecourse. Gates open at 5pm when you can enjoy music and children’s entertainment alongside food and drink outlets before the display to music starts at 7.30pm. Pre bought tickets only, there will not be any available on the gate. Buy yours from various outlets in Newbury, Thatcham and Hungerford and online at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/newbury-lions-fabulous-fireworks-2022-tickets-412396257307?aff=eand

The Friends of Pangbourne Primary School are holding a thrilling 20-minute display at the school in Kennedy Drive, complete with bonfire, hot food and drinks, a bar with beer and mulled wine, coffee and cakes, tombola, glow toys and amusement stalls. Get your tickets at https://www.tickettailor.com/events/foppsfireworkfiesta/771019#

Cookham Scouts Bonfire and Fireworks will be lighting up the night skies opposite the Village Hall on the Old Cricket Common from 5-8pm where you can enjoy a bonfire and fabulous fireworks display with warming food and drinks. A lantern procession will herald the start of the evening’s proceedings. Donations on the night will be welcome.

A fireworks night to remember!

Ellie Cox


There are plenty of displays to choose from, big and small, to make your fireworks night go with a bang

Saturday, 29th October

Weston on the Green will be lighting the bonfire at 6.30pm before its display goes up around 7pm. It costs just £1 with profits going towards the cost of the 2023 event.

Friday, 4th November

Fizz, whizz, pop! The awe-inspiring Fireworks Display at Witney Lakes is back with a bang with food stalls, entertainment and more, our firework display will be a night to remember for the whole family. Wrap up warm and come for a night of entertainment at Witney Lakes Resort’s annual firework display.

Ridgeway Beer, mulled wine, hot dogs, doughnuts and cakes as well as homemade soup to warm you up are all available at South Stoke bonfire and fireworks night in the Recreation Ground. Go along and enjoy the fireworks display choreographed to music by double British firework champions Illusion Fireworks Ltd. All money raised goes to South Stoke School.

Didcot Football Club’s fireworks spectacular is kicking off with fairground rides from 4pm, keep warm next to the bonfire from 6pm and watch the colourful show from 7.30pm. Hot food and drink, a bar, stalls and glows and sparklers will all add to the fun for the price of just £5 per person on the gate.

Expect low noise and more environmentally friendly whizzes and bangs at Strathfield Brake Rec, Kidlington along with all the fun of the fair, stalls, a BBQ and bar. Tickets can be bought in advance from Exeter Hall with a £1 discount.

Hanborough Musical Fireworks promises to be a colourful sight with gates opening at 6opm before the main event at 7.15pm. Fairgrounds rides, candyfloss, a BBQ, mulled wine and hot chocolate will all help to keep you warm while you enjoy the show. Cash only event.

Saturday, 5th November

Thame Fireworks is raising funds for the 3 Thame Primary Schools at Chinnor RFC in Kingsey Road, come along and enjoy a colourful display. E-tickets available now at http://www.thameschoolsfireworks.co.uk/

Oxford Round Table are holding their 54th charity fireworks display on the main day at South Park where you’ll find so much more to enjoy in addition to the traditional display. There’ll be an enormous bonfire built by Round Table members and volunteers, a fully licensed bar, Hebborn’s funfair and a super family tent with dedicated enclosure and viewing area. For tickets visit https://oxfordfireworks.co.uk/the-event

Wallingford Bonfire and Fireworks has become known for the huge pallet bonfire and effigy which is burnt courtesy of the work put in by all the helpful folks at Wallingford 1155 who take great pride in organising the celebrations. Every hot dog, mulled wine, glow stick or sparkler you buy will help fund future events. The event is free but donations are invited on the gate. Look out for the Loose Cannon tents selling ale and Pilsner lager.

Sunday, 6th November

If noisy fireworks are not for you then how about the Festival of Fire and Light at Barracks Lane Community Garden. Join the procession with lanterns and make a head dress to wear. Make your own pizza to tuck into and enjoy warming pumpkin soup over the fire. Cornerstonemusik’s DJ BAPS will be adding to the festival vibes providing some conscious and loving ‘outanational’ selections. The garden is located in a new Resident Parking Zone so please come by bike, on foot or use public transport.

Saturday, 12th November

The week after there are still fireworks to entertain you when Illusion Fireworks return to Abingdon Airfield for the sixth year with a 30-minute display choreographed to music. A massive bonfire will form the centrepiece with fiery fireballs, a huge fairground, entertainers and fire breathers, a high powered light display and children’s firework display all part of the attractions. Book tickets at https://www.xplosiveevents.com/events/abingdon-bonfire-fireworks

Fabulous Fireworks

Round & About


Flash, bang, wallop… it’s fireworks time!

Remember, remember the 5th of November… it’s that time of year again when we mark Guy Fawkes’s plot to overthrow the king and blow up Parliament in 1605. Bonfires were set alight to celebrate the safety of the King and since then the event is commemorated with fireworks and burning effigies. Expect to see flashes of colour and hear loud bangs and whizzes as thousands enjoy the annual spectacle. Here’s just some of the displays you can enjoy locally…


* Whitehill & Bordon Fireworks Display

Country Market, Farnham Road, Sleaford, Bordon GU35 0QP – 6th November

Fireworks and funfair from 5pm-10.30pm

Refreshments, onsite parking & free bus from Bordon

Tickets £5 adults, £3 children aged 5-15, under 5s free


* Fantastic Fireworks

Medstead CofE primary school, Roedowns Road, GU34 5LG – 5th November

Expect a stunning display from Platinum Fireworks in support of FOMS, 5.30pm-8pm

Ticket details unavailable at time of going to press


* Chawton Fireworks & Bonfire Evening

Chawton village – 2nd  November

Gates will open at 5pm for food and drinks

The bonfire will be lit at 6pm with fireworks starting at approx 6.30pm

Please note parking will be limited within the village, there will be designated parking areas.Where possible please park outside the village and walk to the event and remember to bring a torch.

Adults £5, under 16’s free as part of a family group   Unaccompanied teenagers £2


* Fireworks Fiesta

Fleet Lions Club, Calthorpe Park, Reading Road North, GU51 4AD – 2nd November

Gates open 5pm, fireworks start 6.30pm. Join in the fun, with glow sticks, fibre optics & LED toys on sale as well as a variety of food stalls. Also guest appearance from some of the cast from Starburst panto Aladdin. Tickets for sale until 2pm on the day (family tickets not available on the gate). Also available from Serendipity, 295 Fleet Road. Family tickets £15 (two adults, two children), under-fives free.

Visit www.fleetlions.org.uk


* Petersfield Round Table Fireworks

Bell Hill Recreation Ground, GU32 3BU – 2nd November

The 28th year of the Petersfield Round Table Fireworks display, all proceeds from this event will be donated to local charities and good causes, last year’s event raised more than £12,000.

Gates open, food & bar opens 5.30pm, bonfire lit 6.30pm, fireworks 7pm

Tickets in advance: £8 adults (£10 full price), £4 children (£5 full price), family £16 (£20 full price). Full price tickets on the gate, cash only


* Alresford Rotary Fireworks

Arlebury Park, SO24 9EP – 1st November

Join the procession to an impressive fireworks display. The evening will start at 7pm when the torchlight procession leaves from the top of town on its way to Arlebury Park. The bonfire will be lit around 8pm, with the fireworks following.

Food and refreshments will be available, as well as glow sticks.

Ticket details unavailable at time of going to press, proceeds for Rotary’s good causes


* The 61st charity Winchester Bonfire & Fireworks

The Broadway & Recreation Ground, Winchester – 9th November

Bonfire procession from King Alfred’s statue 6pm, bonfire lit in fields behind River Park Leisure Centre 7.15pm, fireworks start 7.45pm.

Tickets £5 until 8th November (also at retailers), £7.50 on the day, £35 premium tent tickets (online only)

Full details https://winchesterbonfire.co.uk/tickets/


* Dunhurst Fireworks

Dunhurst School GU32 2DR – Friday, 8th November

Food, bar and crepes from 6pm, bonfire lit 6.45pm, fireworks start 7pm

Adults £12.50, all children free

Non Dunhurst pupils will require tickets and all non-boarders must be accompanied by an adult

To book visit www.ticketsource.co.uk/booking


* Rushmoor Fireworks Spectacular

Manor Park, High Street, Aldershot – Saturday, 2nd November

The Rushmoor Borough Council organised event has been held at Manor Park for more than 20 years and has grown to be one of the largest public fireworks events in the region, regularly attracting around 10,000 people. Gates open at 5pm.

A large funfair, with catering vehicles offering food and refreshments, will be available leading up to the 20-minute firework spectacular, starting at 7.30pm

Arrive early to avoid disappointment.

No sparklers, alcohol or dogs allowed.


* Space Flight Fireworks Night

Fontwell Park Racecourse – Saturday, 2nd November

Join the celebrations of 50 years of space exploration with an out of this world theme and firework display.

Gates open at 5pm with plenty of food and drink options, Horton’s Funfair and live entertainment from the Spirit FM stage.

The musical firework display takes off at 8pm from the Centre course.

For ticket information and to book visit https://www.fontwellpark.co.uk/whats-on/fontwell-fireworks-extravaganza


* Farnham Fireworks & Torchlit Procession

Farnham Park, Folly Hill, GU9 0AU – 9th November

The Farnham Round Table event will start with the procession at 6.15pm, marching up Castle Street into the park led by a Scottish pipe band. Enjoy food, mulled wine, Hogback beer, children’s rides and a best guy competition. Bonfire lit 7.15pm, display to music starts 7.45pm. Advance tickets can be bought from www.farnhamroundtable.org.uk


*  Fireworks Display

RHS Wisley, GU23 6QB – 2nd November

Gates open 5pm, fireworks 6pm. Tickets £10 adults, £5 children. Visit gardentickets.rhs.org.uk/rhswi/sessions.aspx?tid=55


* Torchlight Procession & Fireworks Display

Stoke Park, Guildford, GU1 1ER – 2nd November

Torch sales 6-7pm, 6.45pm mayor’s address, 7pm torchlight procession starts, 8pm fireworks start

£5 per person, £10 per family, all profits to local good causes. Visit www.guildfordlions.com


* Cranleigh Lions Bonfire & Fireworks

Cranleigh Common, GU6 8LU – 2nd November

Fun starts from 1pm with a fun fair, also Friday evening. Procession starts from Park Drive 6pm, winning ‘Guy’ placed on bonfire 6.45pm, fireworks display to music 7.30pm, fun fair on The Common 8pm. Free, £5 donations suggested to help local charities. For full details, visit www.cranleighlions.org/events/bonfire-fireworks


* Fireworks Spectacular Family Raceday

Ascot Racecourse – 2nd November

After a day’s racing, enjoy more than 11,000 shots released to a timed playlist of songs. Tickets adults (13+) £7 advance, £10 on the day, child (5-12) £5 advance, £8 on the day – access to the course after 4pm, fairground rides from £1

For more information and to book tickets, visit https://tinyurl.com/y676lxja


* Woking Fireworks 2019

Woking Park – 2nd November

Fireworks display synchronised to music to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landings, with fun fair, food and drink. Gates and funfair 5.30-9.30pm, fireworks display 7.30pm. Advance tickets adult £5, child £3, family £12; on the night, adult £6, child £4, family £15. All proceeds to charities chosen by Woking District Rotary Club. wokingfireworks.ticketsrv.co.uk/tickets


* Send Marsh Bonfire Fun

Send Marsh Green, Woking GU23 6LA – 2nd November

Send Scouts annual bonfire, starts 6pm with torchlight procession and bonfire
lighting, before display
starts 7pm.


*  Fireworks Display & Bonfire Night

Haslemere Museum garden, High Street, Haslemere, GU27 2LA – 2nd November

Enjoy a dazzling display by FAB Fireworks, doors open 6.30pm, fireworks 7.30pm. Enjoy the display with burgers, hotdogs and mulled wine.

Tickets £6 museum members, £8 non-members, booking in advance advised www.haslemeremuseum.co.uk


*  Guy Fawkes Fireworks & Bonfire

Chiddingfold Bonfire, GU8 4TX – 2nd November

Food stalls and beer tent open at 5pm with the park and ride open from 5.30pm. Torches on sale from 6.30pm before procession starts at 7pm. Bonfire lit 7.30pm, fireworks start 8pm. Prize draw 8.30pm.


* Bonfire & Fireworks

Bisley village green, School Close, GU24 9EG – 2nd November

Bonfire lit at 6.30pm, fireworks start at 7pm.

There’ll be burgers, hotdogs, hot drinks, sweets and glow sticks for sale. No sparklers please.

Event is raising funds for Bisley Scout Group


* Bonfire & Fireworks

Pirbright Village Primary School, School Lane, GU24 0JN – 8th November

Professional display in aid of Friends of Pirbright School with themed bonfire, refreshments, bar and BBQ

Gates open 5.30pm, bonfire lit 6pm, fireworks 7pm.

Tickets adults £5, children £3.50


* Farnham Fireworks & Torchlit Procession

Farnham Park, Folly Hill, GU9 0AU – 9th November

The Farnham Round Table event will start with the procession at 6.15pm, marching up Castle Street into the park led by a Scottish pipe band. Enjoy food, mulled wine, Hogback beer, children’s rides and a best guy competition. Bonfire lit 7.15pm, display to music starts 7.45pm. Tickets from www.farnhamroundtable.org.uk


* Bonfire & Fireworks

Bramley Field, GU5 0AX – 9th November

Assembly of ‘Guys’ in library car park 6pm, torchlight procession 6.40pm, bonfire lit 7.10pm, fireworks 7.45pm (all times are approximate). Free, donations welcome.


* Fireworks Display & Bonfire Night

Beacon Hill playing fields, Tilford Road, Hindhead GU26 6RF – 9th November

BBQ, mulled wine, hot chocolate & refreshments, glow sticks & much more courtesy of the Friends of Beacon Hill School, from 4.30pm

Tickets: adults £6, children £4, family (2+2) £18

Discounted tickets available. All proceeds towards the learning environment at Beacon Hill Primary School.


* Fireworks Extravaganza

Bushy Hill Junior School, Sheeplands Avenue, Merrow GU1 2SG – 7th November

The annual fireworks display takes place from 6pm. Hot dogs, soup, drinks and glow sticks will be on sale. You will need to arrive before 7pm as gates are closed after that. Please park considerately. No sparklers thank you.

Tickets will be available on the gate, adults £6, children £4. Under 2s free. All proceeds go to the Friends Association of Bushy Hill Junior School.


* Fireworks Display

Farnborough Football Club – 3rd November

Enjoy a fireworks display, fun fair and disco.

Turnstiles open at 6pm. Bar open from 4pm. Fun Fair opens at 3.30pm. Display lights up from 7pm.

Please show your Eventbrite ticket and ID at the turnstiles.

Adults £5, under 16s £3, under 2s free (must be carried, or on lap if seated) but must be accompanied by a paying and responsible adult.

Onsite parking is limited, £2 per car. Please bring the correct change.

To book visit www.eventbrite.co.uk