Dunorlan Park Fireworks 2022

Dunorlan Park Fireworks 2022

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November 5 @ 17:30 - 20:00
£5 – £10
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Our shows usually attract 10,000 people, so we are urging people to buy tickets in advance for what promises to be a fun night out (under-5’s go free).  Prices go up on 6 November!

Gates open at 5.30pm and you can come along then to sample some local food and drink and take in Dunorlan Park. Craft beers, ciders, wine, soft drinks and hot drinks will be available to buy as well as hot dogs, pizza, pulled pork burgers, crepes, fish and chips, sausage and chips, ice creams, doughnuts, candy floss and hot desserts!
The Fireworks will start around 7pm and last for approximately 20 minutes

Bring

Your tickets if purchased in advance (etickets can be on your phone), cash or cards if you want to buy on the gate.  Children under five do not require a ticket
Wrap up warm and wear good footwear – it can get a little muddy!
Have money for food & drink and glo-sticks if you fancy it.

We don’t allow you to bring

Alcohol (it is available inside the event)
Dogs, fireworks are distressing for animals. For some tips on how to keep pets safe at home during fireworks visit https://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/general/fireworks
Sparklers or other fireworks under any circumstances!
Please take your litter away with you or use the bins provided.​

Parking

There is no parking available at Dunorlan Park during the event, except for limited disabled spaces but please contact the organisers in advance about how to arrange parking for disabled persons. If you live locally walk to Dunorlan Park, or if travelling from further afield please park in one of the town centre car parks. You can enter Dunorlan Park by the Pembury Road and Bayhall Road entrances only.

Charity event

All of the money we make from the fireworks goes to local charities. In 2019 we were able to give away over £25,000! This included us supporting a mental health resources, a food bank, disabled and elderly care, children’s mental health and community outreach programmes.

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