Firework displays 2015: Potters Bar, Hertfordshire

PUBLISHED: 11:36 28 October 2015 | UPDATED: 17:04 03 November 2015

There will be a fireworks display at Little Heath Primary School in Potters Bar

There will be a fireworks display at Little Heath Primary School in Potters Bar

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Residents in Potters Bar and Brookmans Park should head to Little Heath Primary School for a fireworks display.

Little Heath Primary School Fireworks Display 2015 posterLittle Heath Primary School Fireworks Display 2015 poster

The Rotary Club of Brookmans Park’s annual fireworks display will once again be held in the field at Little Heath Primary School.

Organised by the school’s PTA and the Rotary Club, the Bonfire Night festivities will take place in School Road on Saturday, November 7.

The school’s annual poster competition was won by Year 1 pupil Freddie Wright.

His poster was judged overall winner and is now being used for the publicity campaign that advertises the annual fireworks display at Little Heath School.

Freddie Wright holding his poster design for the annual fireworks display at Little Heath Primary SchoolFreddie Wright holding his poster design for the annual fireworks display at Little Heath Primary School

Gates will open at 6pm, with the bonfire lighting at 6.45pm. The fireworks display starts at 7.30pm.

Burgers and hot dogs from the barbecue, mulled wine, soft drinks and hot chocolate from the Rotary tent will be available.

Tickets are £6.50 for adults and £3.50 for children.

Advance tickets are available with a 50p discount at Little Heath School, also at John Powell Carpets and Smiths Schoolwear in Potters Bar High Street, Hallmark Cards in Darkes Lane, Potters Bar, and Duncan Perry Estate Agent in Brookmans Park.

* For more information please visit www.brookmansparkrotary.org.uk


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