Firework displays in Hertfordshire for Bonfire Night 2015

PUBLISHED: 13:07 28 October 2015 | UPDATED: 17:32 30 October 2015

Firework displays in Hertfordshire

Firework displays in Hertfordshire

Casey Gutteridge, CPG Photography

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Bonfire Night 2015 is fast approaching and a number of huge firework displays are being organised across Welwyn Hatfield and Hertfordshire.

Guy Fawkes Night celebrations will be held across the county once again in November.

As November 5 falls on a Thursday this year, most displays will take place over the weekend immediately after Bonfire Night – on Saturday, November 7 and Sunday, November 8.

However, with no display at Hatfield House this year, Hatfield Town Council is holding a fireworks event at Angerland on Saturday, October 31.

Welwyn Garden City Football Club will be staging its now annual fireworks display on Friday, November 6.

Once again, there will be a huge public display in Verulamium Park, St Albans, on Saturday, November 7.

Butterfly World, in Chiswell Green, near St Albans, will stage its display on Sunday, November 8.

Explosive displays of pyrotechnics will take place in Stevenage and Hitchin on Bonfire Night itself – Thursday, November 5.

The Little Heath Primary School and Brookmans Park Rotary Club organised display will light up the sky near Potters Bar on Saturday, November 7.

Those wishing to venture a bit further afield can head into north London for the Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival on Saturday, November 7 – and combine the trip with a visit to the UK’s largest German Bier Festival.

For full details of firework displays being held across Hertfordshire, click on the links below:

* Hatfield

* Welwyn Garden City

* Potters Bar

* St Albans

* Butterfly World, Chiswell Green

* Cheshunt

* Ware

* Watford

* Hitchin

* Borehamwood

* Alexandra Palace, London

* Staging a public fireworks display? Email details to venue@whtimes.co.uk with ‘Fireworks’ in the subject field.


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