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What's on: Bonfire Night events where you are

Everything from Roman candles to rockets, to Catherine wheels and sparklers will be out in full force this Bonfire Night. If you still haven’t decided where you’re going to watch them yet, here are some ideas for where to go for an evening of sparkling fun.

Stephen Delahunty

What's on: Bonfire Night events where you are

MAIDENHEAD: Family firework display at Maidenhead United FC’s ground, in York Road, on Saturday. Gates open at 5.30pm, with fireworks scheduled to begin at 7pm. Adults £5, Children (four-12) £3, under-threes free.


BOYN HILL: Vintage funfair and firework display at Boyne Hill Cricket Club, Highway Road on Saturday with vintage rides and attractions for all ages.

Gates open at 1pm with free entry before 5pm. There will be an entry fee for the firework display put on by the cricket club after 5pm.


BRAY: Maidenhead and Bray Cricket Club firework display, High Street, Bray, tomorrow (Friday) from 5.30pm. Fireworks start at approximately 6.45pm. Adults £10, children £5.


HOLYPORT: The White Hart firework display, Moneyrow Green, on Saturday from 5.30pm. Fireworks from 7pm. Tickets need to be bought in advance from the pub or Holyport and Bray Scout Group. £5 per person including barbecue.


COOKHAM: Annual bonfire and firework display by Cookham Scout Group at Grove Island, Odney Lane, on Saturday. Gates open at 5.30pm, bonfire lighting at 6pm, fireworks from 7pm. Tickets £5 in advance, £6 on the night.


COOKHAM DEAN: Cookham Dean Bonfire and Fireworks Party, Cookham Dean Village Green, Saturday from 5pm. Lantern ceremony starts at 6pm. Contributions on the night of £20 per family.


MARLOW: Bonfire and firework display at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, in Fieldhouse Lane, on Saturday from 6.30pm. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Visit www.cpmarlow.co.uk/whats-on for details.


MARLOW BOTTOM: Marlow Bottom Fireworks, organised by the Friends of Burford PTA and the Playing Fields Committee, on Saturday. Gates open at 5.30pm and fireworks at about 7pm. Visit www.marlowbottomfireworks.com for details and to buy tickets.


FLACKWELL HEATH: Fireworks display and bonfire at Chapel Lane, Flackwell Heath, from 6pm on Saturday. £5 per person, under-fives free.


BURNHAM: Burnham Football Club, Wymers Wood Road will be holding a firework display that incorporates the Diwali Festival of Lights from 5.30pm on Saturday.

The fireworks display is scheduled to begin at 7.15pm. Adults £7, children £4, and under-fives free.


DATCHET: Bonfire and Fireworks Extravaganza, at Datchet Cricket Club, in London Road, on Friday. Gates open at 6.15pm, fireworks due to start at 7.30pm. £5 per person, under-12s free. Non-members welcome.


WINDSOR: Royal Windsor Racecourse will host a Star Wars The Force Awakens Drive-in Cinema, plus Firework and Laser Spectacular. Go along to enjoy an explosive sci-fi display of amazing fireworks and lasers at Royal Windsor Racecourse tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday. Gates open at 4pm.

The firework display will begin at approximately 7.30pm, after which the film will be shown at approximately 8.30pm. Admission on the day: adults £15, children £7, under-fives free.


WINDSOR: Legoland Windsor will feature a firework show joined by the Lego Nexo Knights as they battle the evil Jestro through a stunning lights display.

Display starts at 6pm. Adults £5, children (three-15) £5, under-threes: free.

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