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UK’S BIGGEST 360° FIREWORK DISPLAY  

WHAT: UK’S BIGGEST 360° FIREWORK DISPLAY
WHERE: CATTOWS FARM, NORMANTON LANE, HEATHER, LEICESTERSHIRE, LE67 2TD
WHEN: SATURDAY 2ND NOVEMBER 2019
COST: SEE WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS

Due to the popularity of last year’s event, the 360-degree firework display will be returning to Catton Hall this November.

The gates open from 4pm and there are plenty of things to see and do to keep all the family entertained. Thrill-seekers have the fairground to go through, sit and watch one of the many live bands that are on stage and the children have a chance to meet their favourite characters. Don’t worry about food and drink as to make sure that everyone is fed and watered there will be numerous food and drinks stall scattered around offering all the good bonfire night fair such as burgers, hotdogs, pie and peas and much more.

You can bring along your own picnic chair or camping chairs with you if you like but no food or drink is to be taken into the event area.

Ticket prices for the event are £15 plus booking fees, children (6-11yrs) £10 plus booking fees, family ticket 2 adults & 2 children £48, children under 6yrs are free. There is a slight discount on the event is you book the event in advance.

ENTERTAINMENT INCLUDES:

  • LIVE MUSIC
  • SPECTACULAR FIREWORKS DISPLAY
  • FAIRGROUND RIDES
  • LICENSED BAR
  • FOOD CONCESSIONS
  • FREE PARKING

As the night draws in it is advised to make your way to the show area early to grab yourself a spot for the fireworks. At around 7:30 – 8pm the skies light up with the fantastic fireworks display, but this is not like any other you might see on bonfire night. Over 60,000 fireworks are set up along with lasers to give the viewer 360-degree fireworks show.

For a firework display with a difference, this year make a note in your diaries or head on down to Catton Hall for this one of a kind experiences that everyone will enjoy.

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HEVENINGHAM HALL FIREWORKS 2019

WHAT: HEVENINGHAM HALL FIREWORKS 2019
WHY: FIREWORK EVENT
WHEN: SATURDAY 2ND NOVEMBER 2019
WHERE: HEVENINGHAM HALL, HALESWORTH, SUFFOLK, IP19 0PN
COST: £10 PER ADULT/ £5 PER CHILD OR £25 PER CAR

Heveningham Hall in Suffolk plays host once again to the annual Bonfire Night celebrations.

The event is scheduled to take place on Saturday 2nd November 2019 in the 5000-acre grounds of beautiful Grade 1 listed Heveningham Hall. This Palladian house was built in the late 1700s and was bought by Jon Hunt, a very successful property developer in the 90’s.

The event includes:

  • Bonfire
  • Fireworks
  • LED Drummers
  • Fun fair
  • Licensed bar
  • Fish and chips
  • Hog roast
  • BBQ
  • Live music and family entertainment from The Feeling, and local talent Morganway and Little Sister

The gates open at 4.30pm and the bonfire is to be lit at 4.45pm.

There are NO SPARKLERS AND NO DOGS ALLOWED. Parking is Free but you should be aware that there is no facility to take cash out anywhere nearby so make sure you have some cash beforehand.

Ticket prices are £10 per adult, £5 per child or £25 per car.

Heveningham Hall

In addition to all this, performing live on stage will be The Feeling, Brit award-nominated Rock Band from Horsham, West Sussex. The band has a new album in the pipework so they are likely to be letting the public in on the new tracks.

The professional team firing the firework display is Full Effect Fireworks (FEFX) part of POBS Pyro. The video below is from last year’s firework display.

If you are not able to travel far, have you considered holding your own display? Check out some of our DIY packs or perhaps you would prefer some quieter garden fireworks.

Of course, if you need any advice or assistance, please get in touch with us directly via email to [email protected] or call us on 01226 749587.

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RIVER OF LIGHT FESTIVAL 2019

WHAT: RIVER OF LIGHT FESTIVAL 2019
WHY: OUTDOOR ART EVENT FEATURING FIREWORKS
WHERE: BOTH SIDES OF THE RIVER MERSEY
WHEN: 1 – 9TH NOVEMBER 2019 (FIREWORKS ON SUNDAY 3RD NOVEMBER 2019)
COST: FREE

Either side of the very busy River Mersey will be glittering with firework effects this year as the River of Light Festival 2019 takes place. The area will be transformed with light, beautiful colour, sound and light before crowds of tens of thousands.

This year, the event will also unveil ten very different commissioned art installations which will be on display around the River Mersey and the docks.

This is the 3rd consecutive year of the holding of this magical event and it, of course, offers you the chance to get outdoors.

The jaw-dropping firework finale on Sunday 3rd November 2019, will once again be handled by the team from Titanium Fireworks who are best known for their London NYE spectacular which is televised around the World.

Although some of the artworks will not be revealed until the event takes place, particularly those which are interactive, here is a list of some of the titles of the installations around Liverpool’s beautiful City:

  • GLOBALSOPE
  • FLIGHT
  • SPIDERS
  • WHOLE HOLE
  • CETUS
  • RUN BEYOND
  • INTRUDE
  • SUBMERGENCE

They will be all over so pop onto their dedicated website for details of the artists and how to locate them.

It is a great place to eat out as well with numerous top-class restaurants dotted around the Riverside area:

LUNYALITA – Spanish/Mediterranean Fayre

Great tapas, cheese and bread selections, olives, cured meats and lots of fish and vegetable dishes. Reviews indicate that it is inexpensive and delicious so pop along to show your support.

OH ME OH MY – British ‘afternoon tea’ specialists

Created to be a little like a Parisian Riverside Café with unlimited loose tea refills and a lovely selection of deliciously fresh cakes and pastries including strawberry shortbread, chocolate pots and of course the ubiquitous scones with fresh cream and jam and finger sandwiches. Certainly the place to go for a delicious treat.

CARGO SEAFOOD – European fish and seafood restaurant and grill

Seafood is a speciality of Cargo and they cook fish caught daily, so the menu, particularly the specials board (catch of the day), often features sardines, herring, and other succulent delights.

The fish menu is naturally long and luscious including seabass, fresh prawns and lobster, calamari and delicious fresh Scottish mussels.  Also, in a nod to his cultural beginnings, the chef includes chicken kebab (like a souvlaki) and a slow-cooked lamb kleftiko.

There is little free nowadays so this is your opportunity to enjoy some of the best professional fireworks around along with great outdoor art with family and friends.

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