Remember, remember the Fifth of November, The Gunpowder Treason and Plot, I know of no reason, Why the Gunpowder Treason, Should ever be forgot. We’ve all heard it before and we’re all just as excited each year for bonfire night! Head to one of these organised bonfire nights and fireworks displays near our parks in Cornwall…
Porth Beach, Newquay
Charity based event – British Heart Foundation 6pm until 9pm
If you’re staying with us at Newquay View Resort or live in the area, head to The Mermaid Inn for their annual firework display at Porth beach. Witness the fireworks set off from Porth Island from a great vantage point on the beach. The Mermaid Inn will be serving up delicious BBQ food, with both hot and cold drinks to drink in or take away. Walk down from the park (10-15 minute walk) or use Porth campsite car park for a small charge of £3. So wrap up warm and get ready for this fantastic firework display!
Tremorvah Playing Field, Truro
Local Charity based event – Shelter Box Admission – Adults £3, Children £1 & Under 4’s free. 5pm until 7pm
Tremorvah Playing Fields Group in association with Truro City Council will be hosting an amazing firework display and bonfire this Bonfire Night. Expect warming hot food, delicious drinks, sparklers and glow sticks for the kiddies and an impressive fireworks display. A guy competition will be taking place and children bringing along a guy get free entry! The competition will be judged by Truro’s mayor.
Driftwood Spars, St Agnes
6.30pm – 7.30pm
Head to St Agnes this Thursday at Driftwood Spars for a caged fire outside bar, mulled wine and cider, charity BBQ, catering tent and kid’s entertainment. Celebrate in true bonfire night style with toffee apples and jacket potatoes beneath the fireworks.
Bude Rugby Club Fireworks, Bude
Adults £5, Children £3 & Under 3’s free. 6pm – 8pm
Head to Bude Rugby Club this bonfire night if you are staying with us at Bude Holiday Resort or Widemouth Fields. Bring your family along and look forward to Guy Fawkes judging at 6pm, the lighting of the huge bonfire at 6.30pm and the big show of fireworks at 7pm. Warm yourself with a cup of mulled wine and some delicious treats from the BBQ.
Have all the fun, without any of the danger! How to stay safe this bonfire night:
- Remember to wrap up warm on bonfire night by wearing gloves, scarves and hats – especially the little ones!
- Be careful when handling sparklers, making sure to wear gloves, lighting from an arms length distance and keeping away from others. Do not touch the end of the sparkler, even when put out.
- Only use sparklers when supervised by an adult. Do not give sparklers to children under the age of five.
- Keep your pets inside during bonfire night as bringing them along/letting them outside is likely to cause harm or distress.
- Always stay at a safe distance from any bonfires or fireworks displays.
- Put your camera or phone away (the photos never turn out any good anyway), look up and enjoy!
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