07.07.2016 - General
The mornings now have a fresh and icy feel, the trees and ground is beautifully decorated with an array of rich oranges, yellows and reds and most significantly of November – we celebrate Guy Fawkes Night across the country! Also known as bonfire night or fireworks night! Wrap up – it’s sure to be a cold one, hopefully without any rain this year!
Here is our pick of places to go:
Quex Park, Birchington – Set in the historic country estate of the Powell Cotton Museum in Birchington, there will be a fun fair, two firework displays and a bonfire. Plus, plenty of entertainment and food and drink to enjoy whilst watching the show. A great night for the family! For more information please visit the website.
Leeds Castle, Maidstone – The biggest firework display in the South East of England set in beautiful parkland and gardens. With live music, and hot food and drinks, this is one of the most spectacular, magical displays against the beautiful backdrop of the castle, illuminating its magnificence with a bang! Visit the website for more information.
Kent County Cricket Club, Canterbury – The cricket club in Canterbury will be hosting a fireworks display plus extra entertainment with live music from Old Town Souls and performances from the Spitfire Sweethearts. Visit Kent County Cricket Club for more information.
Hawkinge Cricket Club, Folkestone – Claiming to be bigger and better this year, the Hawkinge Cricket Club is hosting a huge event on the 5th of November – with a funfair, bar, Hog roast, BBQ and of course a huge firework display. For more information visit the website.
Tyler Hill Bonfire Night, Canterbury – Another year for the Tyler Hill firework display, with a bonfire, food stalls and children’s fairground rides. Visit here for everything you need to know.