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If you don’t want to miss the "oohs" and "ahhs" of Surrey and Hampshire’s fireworks displays, then look no further than our guide to the best displays across the area.

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Friday November 4

BOTLEY: Charity firework display starting around 6.30pm (doors open at 5pm) on Friday November 4th with small fun fair, music, licensed bar, tuck shop, glow products, hog roast, hot dogs, burgers and vegetarian option – all aimed at a younger audience. Tickets cost £15 for family of four, £6 per adult and £3 per child. Open 5pm-9pm. Address: Woodhill School, Brook Lane, SO30 2ER

COLDHARBOUR: Coldharbour bonfire and fireworks will start with a procession from The Plough at around 7.30pm, bonfire lit and then fireworks at 8pm. Tickets can be purchased beforehand or on the night, best to buy them outside the pub to avoid the queues up at the site. Food and drink available. Entry costs £5 per adult or £10 per family. Address: Coldharbour Cricket Ground, Dorking, RH5 6HF

GODALMING: Enjoy a torch lit procession, funfair and fireworks, plus, hotdogs and burgers, candyfloss, mulled wine, a beer tent, tea, coffee and hot chocolate at Godalming Musical Fireworks Extravaganza. The firework and funfair site opens at 6.30pm. Just print out your ticket and bring it to Crown Court to get your entry wristbands then either take a stroll to join the procession in Church Street or enjoy the fun of the fair by the Burys field. The procession starts from the bottom of Church Street, torches and glow sticks will be available to purchase from 6.30pm. The procession will set off for the Burys at 7.15pm. Once the procession joins with the spectators on the Burys the fireworks will dance to the ‘music of the movies’ at 8pm. Address: The Burys Field, The Burys, GU7 1HR. Adult entry costs £6.40 and child entry costs £3.50 each. To book tickets click here .

GUILDFORD: Fireworks party at the Guildford Hospitals Social Club with hot dogs and burgers, live music with the Fetcham Draught Ukelele Band and a fireworks display at 7.30pm. Address: Guildford Hospital Social Club, Egerton Road, GU2 7WW. Doors open at 6.30pm.

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HASCOMBE: Hascombe Village Bonfire kicks off with a children’s torch procession which lights up the bonfire. There will be a beer tent, mulled wine, French homemade crepes, a barbecue, cakes and toys tent. The event starts at 7pm. Address: Hascombe Village Hall, Mare Lane, GU8 4JH. FREE entry

WALTON: Esher Rugby Club hosts its 35th fireworks display with a fun fair, food and drink. Doors open at 7pm and the display will start at 8pm. Advance tickets cost £7 for adults and £5 for children (5-15 years). Tickets on the gate cost £10 for adults and £5 for children. To book tickets click here. Address: Esher Rugby Club, Molesey Road, KT12 3PF

WALTON: Burhill Primary School hosts its firework display to music with a hog roast, mulled cider, bouncy castle, bar, hot dogs, games, sweet stall, glow in the dark stall, live band and arts and crafts. Gates open at 5pm, dance performance at 6pm and fireworks at 6.45pm. Tickets on the gate cost £6 for adults and £4 for children, under 2s go free. Address: Burhill Primary School , entrance via New Berry Lane, Pleasant Place, KT12 4HR

WEST BYFLEET: West Byfleet Junior School will be having their annual community fireworks event from 5.45pm, with the display starting at 6.30pm. There will be glow items for sale as well as hot dogs and refreshments. The event will raise money for a much needed adventure trail for the school children. Tickets cost £5 in advance and £6 on the gate. Address: West Byfleet Junior School, Camphill Road, KT14 6EF. Tel: 01932 348961

WEST END: Holy Trinity CofE Primary School firework display returns with a spectacular show, bonfire, refreshments and glow sticks. Gates open at 5.30pm, with a toddler’s display taking place at 6pm, followed by the lighting of the bonfire at 6.30pm and the main display at 7.15pm. Prices on the gate cost £5 per adult, £3 per children and £1 for pre-schoolers. Address: Holy Trinity CofE Primary School, Benner Lane, West End, GU24 9JG

WORCESTER PARK: Green Lane Firework Spectacular returns with a professional firework display, barbecue and glow products. Gates open at 6pm, fireworks at 7pm. Tickets on the gate adults cost £7 and children £5 (3-12), under 3s are free and family of four is £22. Address: Green Lane Primary and Nursery School, Green Lane, KT4 8AS

WINDLESHAM: The village’s fireworks takes place on The Field of Remembrance. Gates open at 5.45pm, bonfire lit at 6.30pm and fireworks display at 7pm. Advance tickets cost £5.50 for adults and £3 children. Tickets on the gate cost £6.50 for adults and £3.50 for children. Cash only. Address: Field of Remembrance, Kennel Lane, GU20 6DT



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Saturday November 5

BISLEY: Bisley Scouts host a bonfire and fireworks night on Bisley Green. Entry costs £3 for adults and £2 for children. Doors 6.30pm-8pm. Address: Bisley Village Green, School Close, GU24 9EG

BROCKHAM: The Brockham fireworks display promises to be a great day out, starting with children’s fancy dress. Other events for the evening include a procession leaving the village hall, fireworks and a pig auction. Brockham Lane, Kiln Lane, Borough Bridge, Old School Lane, Middle Street and Wheelers Lane will be closed to all traffic. Donations welcome. Car park opens at 4.30pm, roads closed from 5.30pm-11pm. Procession leaves Village Green at 6.15pm, bonfire lit at 7.45pm, fireworks at 8.15pm, pig auction at 8.45pm.

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CHIDDINGFOLD: Chiddingfold bonfire night will see 400 candles go on sale at St Mary’s Primary School (£5 each), from where the procession will start at 7pm. It will move to Chiddingfold village green, with the lighting of the bonfire at 7.30pm. The fireworks display is due to begin at 8pm. All money collected on the day is used for the elderly residents of the area. Address: Chiddingfold Green, GU8 4TX. More info here.

COBHAM: Cobham Avorians CC hosts its firework night from 6pm. There will be a barbecue, mulled wine, stalls and wine available on the night. Bar and gates open at 6pm, bonfire lit at 6.30pm and display starts at 7.30pm. Tickets in advance cost £6 for adults, £4 for under 18s and free for under 5s. Tickets on the gate cost £1 each more. Address: Convent Lane, KT11 1HB

CRANLEIGH: The Cranleigh and District Lions Club have organised a full day of events including a fun fair from 1pm, make-a-guy competition at 3pm, a torchlight procession from 6.30pm and culminating in the firework display at 8pm. Parking is available behind the Stocklund Square shops. Address: The Common, off Guildford Road, GU6 8SH. FREE ENTRY

FLEET: Fleet Lions Fireworks Fiesta returns to Calthorpe Park. Gates open at 5pm with the show set to start around 6.30pm. There will be lots of hot fast food stalls on site. Adult tickets cost £6 and child entry is £3. Advanced tickets available from fleetlions.org.uk/fireworks and on the gate. Address: Address: Calthorpe Park, off Reading Road North, GU51 5JA

FRIMLEY: Gates will open at 6pm with the firework display beginning at around 7pm. The display will be provided by Star Fireworks and choreographed to music. There will be a barbecue, tuck shop, chips, hot and cold drinks and donuts. Tickets cost £5.50/£6.50 on the gate. Children aged 4 and under are free. No alcohol is permitted on the school grounds and there will be no parking on site. Leave all sparklers and your own fireworks at home. Address: Ravenscote Junior School, Old Bisley Road, GU16 9RE.

FRIMLEY: The Grove Primary School host a fireworks display with bonfire and barbecue. Gates open at 6pm, bonfire lit at 6.30pm, fireworks at 7.15pm. Entry costs £4.50 adults in advance, £5.50 on the gate. Children cost £3.50 in advance and £4.50 on the gate. Pre-school age free. Address: The Grove Primary School, Chobham Road, Frimley, GU16 8PG. Tel: 01276 22447

Guildford Fireworks Fiesta fun after torch parade from High Street

GUILDFORD: Guildford Lions Club once again brings a fireworks fiesta and torchlight procession to the town centre, this year in aid of Headway Surrey who provide support and services for those affected by brain injury across the county of Surrey. Free entry with donation. Times: 6pm-6.45pm torches go on sale at Tunsgate Arch, 7pm procession starts in High Street, 8.15pm procession arrives at Stoke Park, 7.30pm/7.45pm – torchlight procession arrives at Stoke Park, 7.55pm beacon lit, 8pm fireworks start.

HASLEMERE: There will be a dazzling firework show by Firebird Entertainment and as the night draws in, the event is sure to warm up when the bonfire is lit. There will be seasonal food and drink available too including burgers, hotdogs and mulled wine. the event takes place in the garden of Haslemere Museum. Doors open at 6.30pm, fireworks 7.30 pmfollowed by lighting of the bonfire. Tickets at £5 per person to be booked in advance at haslemeremuseum.co.uk . Address: High Street, GU27 2LA

HINDHEAD: Friends of Beacon Hill School bring their Fireworks Night to Hindhead Playing Fields. Gates open from 4.30pm. There will be music, barbecue, refreshments and glow items. No dogs or sparklers allowed. Advance tickets cost £5.50 for adults and £3.50 for children. Gate tickets cost £6 for adults and £4 for children. Address: Hindhead Playing Fields, Cricket Close, off Tilford Road, GU26 6R

JACOBS WELL: Jacobs Well Bonfire and Fireworks event will feature Sour Kix band who will be performing to raise money for a charity called Street Child United. There will be stalls, children’s rides, refreshments, fireworks and a bonfire. Open 6pm-9pm. Address: Jacobs Well Village Hall, Jacobs Well Road, Surrey GU4 7PD

LINGFIELD: Lingfield Park Fireworks Display is back. Gates open at 5pm with funfair rides, side shows and stalls before the bonfire is lit at 6.45pm. The display will be set to music and will start at 7.30pm. Advanced adult tickets cost £6 and children tickets cost £3.50, under 5s free. To buy click here . VIP tickets available. On the gate adults cost £7 and children £4. Address: Racecourse Road, RH7 6PQ

MYTCHETT: Gates open at 4.30pm for food and refreshments, mulled wine and beer, pocket money stalls and flashy wands. A fire eater starts her performance at 5pm alongside the lighting of the bonfire. The fireworks display is to start at 6pm, all hosted by Frimley Park Radio. Tickets are on sale via the school office, £3 per adult £2 per child and on the " School Minibus Fund. Address: Hamesmoor Road, GU16 6JB

NORMANDY: A torchlight procession leaves Hunts Hill Road car park at around 6.30pm. Torch bearers will arrive at the bonfire site on Manor Fruit Farm off Glaziers Lane at approx 7pm. The fireworks begin at approx 7.20pm. There will be a barbecue and fairground rides for kids. Free entry – donations welcome. Address: Manor Fruit Farm, GU3 2DT

SUNBURY: Kempton Park Fireworks Spectacular features a breath-taking display in aid of The Round Table charity. During the evening there will be plenty of rides and attractions for younger children and families to enjoy as well as thrilling firework action. Gates Open at 6pm, fireworks display at 8pm for 20minutes. Car parking is free. Advance tickets cost £7 each (under 5s go free), on the day £9 each (under 5s go free). Box packages also available. For tickets visit kempton.thejockeyclub.co.uk/events-tickets/whats-on/firework-spectacular . Address: Staines Road East, Sunbury, TW16 5AQ

WOKING: Woking District Rotary Club supported by Prime Place will be holding the Woking Fireworks display at Woking Park (near Woking Leisure Centre). Gates and funfair open at 6pm, fireworks at 8pm. Tickets available in advance from Pool in the Park, GU22 9BA at £5 adults and £3 children or on the gate at £6 adults, £4 children. Children under 5 go free. Parking at Woking railway station, Heathside Crescent multi-storey and other town centre car parks. Alcohol or personal fireworks, including sparklers, not allowed. Address: Woking Park, Kingfield Road, GU22 9BA

YATELEY: Yateley’s firework fiesta is once again organised by Yateley and District Lions Club. Held at Westfields Junior School, there will be a guy competition, bonfire and fireworks. Tickets on the door and in advance available from the school. Gates open at 6pm, bonfire 6.45pm, fireworks at 7pm. Adult tickets £5 (advance £4), child tickets £2 (advance £1.50), under 4s go free. Address: Address: School Lane, GU46 6NN. No sparklers allowed.

Sunday November 6

ASHFORD: Ashford park primary school fireworks display features refreshments, a barbecue, popcorn and glow items. Gates open at 4.30pm with fireworks at 6pm. Tickets cost £6 each. Address: Station crescent, TW15 3HN

FARNBOROUGH: Farnborough Football Club will be hosting its sixth annual fireworks display with a variety of entertainment including a fun fair, grandstand seating and of course a firework display. Fun fair opens at 3.30pm, bar open at 4pm, turnstiles open at 6pm and fireworks at 7pm. Tickets cost £4 for adults, £2 for under 16s and under 4s go free. Tickets will be available to purchase from the Cherrywood Bar or you can buy tickets online at farnboroughfc.co.uk. Address: Farnborough Football Club, Cherrywood Road, GU14 8UD

MYTCHETT: Mytchett Community Centre is having its annual Fireworks Bonanza. Fun fair on site. Gates open at 5pm with fireworks at 7.30pm. Adult entry costs £4, children £2 and under 5s go free. Address: Mytchett Road, GU16 6AA

SOUTH CROYDON: Ridgeway Primary School PTA presents their annual fireworks with glow toys, a bar, mulled wine, barbecue and entertainment from the Rock Choir. Doors open at 5pm, fireworks display at 6pm and Rock Choir at 6.30pm. Tickets in advance (before October 30) cost £12 for families, £4 adults, £3 children and under 3s go free. Tickets on the door cost £5 for adults and £4 for children. Address: Southcote Road, CR2 0EQ. For tickets visit pta-events.co.uk/ridgeway

Tuesday November 8

OTTERSHAW: Ottershaw School hosts a Star Wars themed fireworks night with a fancy dress competition, meet and have a photo with Darth Vader and Rey, attend Jedi training, Star Wars tattoos and lightsabers, Star Wars themed food and of course a fireworks display. Gates and Star Wars entertainment starts at 5pm. The fireworks display will be at 7pm and last around 20 minutes. Tickets cost £4 each in advance or £5 on the gate. Address: Ottershaw C of E Junior School, Fletcher Road, KT16 0JY

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Friday October 28

NEWDIGATE: Newdigate Bonfire and Fireworks Display will include a fairground, barbecue and bonfire. Gates open from 6pm, fire lit at 6.30pm and firework display planned for 7.45pm. Suggested donations on entry is £5 per adult, £2 per child or £10 per family. Parking on The Brocus via entrance in Henfold Lane. Address: The Brocus, Henfold Lane, RH5 5AD

Saturday October 29

ALDERSHOT: Rushmoor Fireworks Spectacular returns to Manor Park with no admission charge this year. The format of the event will be slightly different to previous years, with gates opening at 5pm. A large funfair, with catering vehicles offering food and refreshments will be available leading up to the 20-minute firework spectacular which starts at 7.30pm. This year, there will be no separate children’s display or stage entertainment. Free parking will be available from 3pm at the Parsons Barracks and High Street car parks. Address: High Street, GU12 4JU

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CHOBHAM: Chobham Rugby Club’s 50th Anniversary Fireworks Extravaganza will be set to music. There will also be a beer tent, barbecue, stalls, glow novelties and fancy dress competition. Gates open at 6pm, bonfire lit at 7pm and fireworks display at 8pm. Entry costs £5 adults and £3 children. Entry on the gate costs £6 adults and £4 children. Address: Fowlers Wells, Windsor Road, GU24 8LD

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GODALMING: Guildford Rugby Club hosts its spectacular fireworks display from 6pm. There will be hot dogs, burgers, bracelets and light sabers to buy. No sparklers are permitted. Adult entry costs £3, children £2 and family tickets cost £10. Address: A3100, GU7 3DH

Ripley Bonfire torch-bearers light up annual fireworks celebration

RIPLEY: Ripley bonfire night promises to be a spectacular event. In addition to the fireworks display, there will be a funfair from 2pm, bar, live music, stalls and a torchlight procession with floats from the village hall to the green at 7.10pm. The floats and fancy dress will be judged at the village hall at 6.45pm and the bonfire will be lit by the Ripley bonfire Queen at 7.30pm. Fireworks start at 8pm. Three car parks available. Donations welcome. Address: High Street, GU23 6BB

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Thursday November 3

MERROW: Bushy Hill Junior School Fireworks Extravaganza will be held at the school in Sheeplands Avenue, GU1 2SG from 6pm. Hot dogs, soup, drinks and glow sticks will be on sale. Arrive before 7pm as the gates will need to closed No sparklers or dogs allowed. Tickets available on the gate: Adults £6, Children £4. Under 2s free.

WOKING: Friends of Beaufort Primary School host a fireworks event at Beaufort Primary School with a barbecue, glow in the dark merchandise, mulled wine and cold beers. Doors open at 6pm. Fireworks start at 7pm. Advance tickets cost £3.50 and on the gate costs £4 each. Under 2’s go free. Address: Kirkland Avenue, GU21 3RG. Tel: 01483 474986

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