Welwyn Garden City school’s fireworks extravaganza for Bonfire Night

PUBLISHED: 18:06 27 October 2019 | UPDATED: 15:20 28 October 2019

There will be a fireworks extravaganza at Welwyn Garden City's Harwood Hill JMI School on Friday, November 1, 2019. Picture: Alan Davies

There will be a fireworks extravaganza at Welwyn Garden City's Harwood Hill JMI School on Friday, November 1, 2019. Picture: Alan Davies

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A special child-friendly display will form part of a fireworks extravaganza at a Welwyn Garden City school for Bonfire Night.

Harwood Hill JMI and Nursery School's fireworks will take place on Friday, November 1, 2019 - with two spectacular displays.

Organised by the Friends of Harwood Hill - a registered charity affiliated with Harwood Hill School - there will be a child-friendly, all zoom, no boom show at 7pm.

This will be followed by the main display.

One of the most popular fireworks displays in WGC, there will also be street food, game stalls, a licensed bar, hot drinks and glow stall at the school in Harwood Close.

Harwood Hill School's fireworks extravaganza will take place in Welwyn Garden City on Friday, November 1, 2019.Harwood Hill School's fireworks extravaganza will take place in Welwyn Garden City on Friday, November 1, 2019.

Gates open at 5pm.

Tickets online cost £6.50 adults (16 years plus) and £4.50 children aged four to 16.

Youngsters three and under go free.

A family ticket - for two adults and up to two children, or one adult and up to three children - costs £17.

No tickets will be sold on the gate.

No alcohol, sparklers or fireworks will be allowed onsite.

The event will help to raise much-needed funds for the school.

The fireworks extravaganza has attracted around 1,200 people for the previous four years, and organisers hope this year will be the same.

● For tickets, visit http://harwoodhillevents.co.uk


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