Firework displays 2015: Hatfield, Hertfordshire

PUBLISHED: 10:11 28 October 2015 | UPDATED: 11:32 30 October 2015

There will be a fireworks display at Angerland in Hatfield

There will be a fireworks display at Angerland in Hatfield


With no Bonfire Night fireworks at Hatfield House this year, the town council has stepped in to provide the community with a spectacular display.

Hatfield Town Council Firework Display 2015Hatfield Town Council Firework Display 2015

Hatfield Town Council’s display will take place on Saturday, October 31.

The event is planned for Angerland, the University of Hertfordshire’s park and ride, in Southway, Hatfield.

The display has been produced by Hertfordshire-based Alchemy Fireworks, a leading provider in the UK.

In addition to the fireworks, the event will also feature fun and excitement for all ages from Steven’s Funfair, plus face-painting, music, a range of food and drink concessions, a bouncy castle and much more.

Entry to the display is £5 for adults, payable on entry, and it is free for under-12s.

There is no parking on site, but the University of Hertfordshire is providing free parking at The Forum Hertfordshire, in College Lane.

The university will also be providing a free shuttle bus to the event – an event wristband must be purchased before boarding the bus.

Gates at Angerland will open at 4.30pm, and visitors are encourage to arrive early. The display will take place at 6pm.

Steven’s Funfair and the various food concessions will remain open until 7.30pm.

Due to health and safety regulations, no personal fireworks, sparklers or alcohol are permitted on site.

* For more information, visit the Hatfield Town Council website at

* Map and direction to The Forum Hertfordshire.

* Map and direction to Angerland.

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