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Bonfire events and firework displays in Berkshire

PUBLISHED: 11:08 30 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:55 06 November 2018

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Our guide to some of the best displays taking place across Berkshire this year

Sandhurst - Saturday 27 October

Local residents are invited to come down to Sandhurst Memorial Park to join in with a free firework event. The firework display will take place at 7.30pm and the countdown to the fireworks will be conducted by local band Hudsons Choice. There will be live entertainment on our stage from 5pm and throughout the evening.

Windsor Racecourse - Saturday 3 November

Royal Windsor Racecourse is once again hosting a fireworks spectacular, this year themed as ‘Spookfest’. The display will be set to all your favourite spooky movies with a themed funfair, games area and more.

Wokingham - Saturday 3 November

The event kicks off at around 6pm with a torchlight procession leaving from the Market Place in the town centre as well as a fun fair on Cantley Field. Fireworks start at 7.30pm followed by a huge bonfire. All proceeds go to local charities.

Friends of Pangbourne Primary School Firework Fiesta - Saturday 3 November

This annual event at Pangbourne Primary School consists of a delightful 20 minute firework display complete with barbecue, bonfire and bar serving beer from West Berkshire Brewery! Entertainment starts at 5.30pm with the fireworks at 7pm.

Reading Lions Club - Saturday 3 November

With fairground attractions, a great range of refreshments and tickets at just £7 for adults, a trip to this display at Reading City FC certainly wouldn’t go amiss.

Ascot Racecourse - Saturday 3 November

Tickets start at £19 for Ascot’s Fireworks Spectacular Family Raceday with the start of the jumps season followed by stunning firework display.

Chieveley - Monday 5 November

Chieveley are going all out for their 50th anniversary with their ‘Guy Competition’, torch lit procession and amazing firework display. Gates open at 6.15pm with a good selection of locally sourced food and drink.


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