The 8 biggest, best and brightest Bonfire Night events in north Norfolk
PUBLISHED: 17:40 31 October 2017 | UPDATED: 14:37 01 November 2017
Schools, sports clubs and community groups across north Norfolk are gearing up for Bonfire Night, with spectacular fireworks displays taking place all over the area. Here are some of the best places to celebrate this weekend.
The Lighthouse Inn, Coast Road, Walcott, Friday, November 3, gates open 5.30pm, £7 adv/£10 on the gate, £20 adv/£30 family tickets on gate (two adults, two children), 01692 650371, www.lighthouseinn.co.uk
The Lighthouse Inn’s annual fireworks display. The children’s fireworks start at 7.15pm with a Disney music theme. The main display is at 8.30pm with even larger fireworks this year set to rock classics. Family entertainment from 6pm including children’s entertainers Dave Doughnut, Razz the Clown and Auntie Pearl.
Cromer family fireworks
Suffield Park Infants School, Mill Road, Cromer, Friday, November 3, gates open 5pm, £3, £2 children.
Firework display to raise money for the infants school and Cromer Junior School. The fireworks start at 6.30pm. There will be a barbecue and food stalls, as well as sweet treats and a bar. Glitter tattoos, glow face painting and glow toys will also be available. Early bird tickets available at both schools, £2.50 adult and £1.50 child.
Friends of Gresham Village School bonfire and fireworks
Gresham Village School, Cromer Road, Friday, November 3, gates open 4.45pm, £5, children free.
Bonfire and fireworks display organised by the school’s Friends group. Glow sticks will be on sale, hot food and drinks available including burgers, hot dogs and soup, as well as popcorn, toffee apples and cakes.
Briston fireworks and bonfire
Briston Pavilion, off Stone Beck Lane, Friday, November 3, from 6pm,
Traditional bonfire night fun includes a Guy competition. Bonfire lit at 6.30pm, with fireworks from 7pm. Barbecue and refreshments. Funfair rides, candy floss and sweets. All money raised, will go towards the youth club.
Hanworth charity fireworks
Deer’s Glade, White Post Road, Hanworth, Saturday, November 4, gates 6pm, deersglade.co.uk
Candlelit procession following ‘Guy Fawkes’ through the woods to the fireworks. Hog Roast, burgers, pies, soup, beer tent, mulled wine, cider, hot drinks, cake and sweets available. Procession at 6.30pm, fire lit 7pm, fireworks at 7.30pm.
Corpusty village green, Saturday, November 4, 6pm, admission by donation.
The hugely popular bonfire night in Corpusty is one of the more unusual celebrations in the region. It includes a fireworks display and bonfire and starts with a torchlit procession with strong pagan overtones. Entry is by donation to fund next year’s event. The procession starts at 6pm, bonfire and fireworks at 8pm. Free car parking.
Wroxham FC, Skinners Lane, Wroxham, Sunday, November 5, gates 5pm, £5, £2 children.
Wroxham Football Club’s annual fireworks display and bonfire. Fire lit at 6.30pm and fireworks at 7.15pm. There will be music before and after the fireworks, a barbecue, hot food and hot drinks as well as a licensed bar.
Rock Bodham Fireworks
Bodham village playing fields, Saturday, November 4, gates open 6pm, fireworks at 7pm, £2, £1 children, £5 family ticket.
Rock Bodham’s annual village bonfire and fireworks display. Fire lit at 6.30pm, fireworks at 7pm. Barbecue and hot drinks available, with live music from The Naked Lights at the Red Hart after the display. Garden waste for the bonfire can be left on the field from 10am on Saturday.
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