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The best 2017 firework and bonfire nights in Havering

PUBLISHED: 17:20 02 November 2017

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Bonfire Night is upon us and many families will be hosting their bonfire parties and fireworks displays. Here are some of the best places to enjoy Guy Fawkes fun and see the skies light up.

A Firework Spectacular

Romford and Gidea Park Rugby Club, Crow Lane. Friday, November 3. £8 for adults, £5 for children. Gates open at 5pm, display at 8.30pm. pitchero.com

Now in its eighth year, the club has returned with a spectacular fireworks show to light up the borough’s skies.

This popular display includes a DJ, fairground rides, and a full range of refreshments.

Nelmes Family Fireworks

Nelmes Primary School, Wingletye Lane, Hornchurch. Friday, November 3. Gates open at 6,30 and last admission is at 7.15pm. familiesonline.co.uk

The PTA at Nelmes Primary School will be hosting their annual Firework Display this year.

There will be refreshments, stalls and fairground rides at this year’s Bonfire Night event which raises funds for the school.

Arrive early to avoid disappointment as this popular event sold out last year.

Advance: adult £6/child £5/family £20.

To book tickets: nelmespta@hotmail.co.uk or call the PTA on 07742 595 591.

On the gate: adult £7/child £6/family £24.

3rd Havering Scout Scouts Fireworks

St James Church, Chase Cross Road. Saturday, November 4, 6.30pm until 9pm. £3.50 for adults, £1.50 children under 16, £10 for family. familiesonline.co.uk

Tickets can be bought on the gates and refreshments are available in the Church Hall.

Fireworks and Entertainment

Maylands Golf Fireworks Show, Colchester Road, Romford. Sunday, November 5. 3pm. Gates open at 3pm, display at 6.30pm. maylandsgolf.com

This event will be bringing with it an explosion of colour in the skies over Havering.

As well as the expected fireworks, there will be food stalls, as well as sweet treats and a bar.

Glitter tattoos, a bouncy castle, fairground rides, a DJ and craft stalls will also be available.

Tickets in advance: adults £7 and children £3.50.

On the door: adults £8 and childen £4.

To buy: 01708 341777 maylands@maylandsgolf.com

Collier Row Football Club Firework Display

Forest Row Centre, Lodge Lane, Collier Row, Sunday Novemeber 5. Display at 7:15.

Family friendly Bonfire Night gathering that include a facepainters, indoor bar, stalls, and barbecue

Advance tickets can be bought in Forest Row Commnunity Centre Cafe.

Advance: adult £5, children £4, or family of four with at least one adult £13.

On the door: adult £6, children £5, or family of four £15.

Harold Hill Firework Extravaganza

Broadford Primary School, Faringdon Avenue, Harold Hill, Romford. Monday, November 6. Gates open: 5.30pm, display approximately 6.45pm – be sure to arrive early.

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This is your chance to attend the first firework display aimed at attracting the community of Harold Hill.

The group organising the event promise a phenomenal professional display in which everyone can come together and enjoy.

The event is hold in partnership with Learning Federation Parents’ Association. It’s the perfect opportunity to enjoy an evening out for the whole family whilst supporting two of the top performing schools in Harold Hill.

UV face painting, food vendors, music, raffle, glow in the dark accessory stall, firework craft competition and much more.

Manning’s Fun Fair and Fireworks, Saturday, November 11. Fireworks approximately 8.30pm.

Harrow Lodge Park, Hornchurch

Open from 2 to 10pm

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