Bonfire and Firework Events in Christchurch

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By Com_Publisher | Monday, November 01, 2010, 00:42

I don't know about you but I love going to local bonfires and firework displays. The only thing that lets them down is the great british weather ! I don't mind it being really cold but when it rains it sure does rain and dampens the spirits, not just the fire.

Hopefully this year the weather will hold and we'll get a good few dry nights and the local displays can go off with a bang.

If you're looking for somewhere to go here are a couple of local suggestions ; Please feel free to add any that you know of if I have missed them at the bottom of this article.

Friday 5th November 2010 - Firework display, Bonfire and Live band - hog

roast, bbq and glow sticks. In the grounds of the Three Tuns, Gates

open 6pm.

Tickets availble from Bransgore School, Three Tuns, Bransgore

Newsagents. On gate prices: £15 Family, £6 Adult, £3 child

Friday 5th Nov 2010 - 6pm - 10.30pm at Three Tuns Inn Ringwood Road, Bransgore Christchurch BH23 8JH __________________________________________________________

Saturday 6 November 2010 - Christchurch Community Bonfire and Fireworks Spectacular at Stanpit Recreation Ground.

Christchurch Rotary, announces the 2010 Christchurch Community

Bonfire and Fireworks Spectacular with the customary wide range of

complementary activities. Once again, with the participation of many

local organisations, there will be plenty for young people to do between

opening time and the start of the fireworks.

Gates open (for plentiful stalls offering food and entertainment): 5.00pm

Bonfire lighting 6.15pm

Gugge Band 7.00pm

Fireworks 7.45pm

Free Parking:

Two Riversmeet Arena (NB: No spectator parking on Stanpit Recreation Ground)

£5 per adult - £2 per child

Whether you intend to go to an organised display or hold your own bonfire and firework party, please stay safe and remember the Firework Code.

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  • Profile image for alfiebass

    Where do you reckon the best places are to buy fireworks locally? Shop sales must have plummeted since the growth of organised displays. I like organised displays because of the safety element. Does anyone celebrate bonfire night in their back garden any more?

    By alfiebass at 14:33 on 01/11/10

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