Havering bonfire night and fireworks: What’s going on and how to get tickets

PUBLISHED: 17:00 01 November 2018

Will you be going to a fireworks display in Havering? Photo: Paul Bennett

Will you be going to a fireworks display in Havering? Photo: Paul Bennett


Are you going to a fireworks display in Havering this week? If you’ve not got any plans yet have a look at our list of what to do!

Bonfire Night is fast approaching, and it is time to get wrapped up and watch the skies lit up with colour and write your name with sparklers.

Many families will be hosting their own bonfire parties and fireworks displays, and here are some of the best places to enjoy some Guy Fawkes fun.

• Broadford Primary School, Farringdon Avenue, Harold Hill.

Friday, November 2, gates open at 5.30pm. The bonfire will be lit at 6pm, with fireworks starting at around 7.15pm.

Teenager Charlie Dillon from Elm Park - who got through to the battle rounds as part of ITV’s The Voice Kids will also be performing live at the firework show.

Organised by the Learning Federation Parents’ Association,There will also be barbecue, a pizza stand and other activities will include UV face painting, firework explosive crafting and glow in the dark accessories.

Parents are advised to buy tickets in advance from

Tickets - Adults £6, children £5 and under 3s go free.

• St Edwards Church in the Market Place, Romford.

Saturday, November 3 in the garden at the rear of the church.

Gates will open at 5.30pm for a 6.15pm start.

• Harrow Lodge Primary School, Rainsford Way, Hornchurch.

Monday, November 5, gates open at 6pm and the display starts at 7pm.

All tickets are £5 and children under two are free.

• Nelmes Primary School Firewordsk, Wingletye Lane, Hornchurch.

Friday, November 2, 6.30pm till 8.30pm. Fireworks at 7.30pm.

Advance tickets - Adults £6, Children £5, Family (four people) £20.

Tickets on the night - Adults £7, Children £6, Family (four people) £20

To book tickets email or call 07742595591

• St James’s Church Scout Group, 173 Chase Cross Road, Romford

Saturday, November 3, gates open at 6.30pm and firework start at 7.30pm

Tickets - Adults £3.50, children £1.50, Family ticket (up to five people) £10.

• Maylands Golf Club Firework Spectacular

Maylands Golf Club, Colchester Road, Romford, RM3 0AZ

Sunday, November 4 3pm – 8pm

Doors open at 3pm and the display is at 6.30pm.

There will be a fireworks display, face painting, children’s rides, hot and cold food stalls and gift and craft stalls.

Advance tickets - Adults £8, children £4

Tickets on the door - Adults £10, children £5.

• The Cooper’s Company and Coborn School Firework Display

The Cooper’s Company & Coborn School, St Mary’s Lane, Upminster, RM14 3HS

Saturday, November 10. Gates open at 5.30pm

Tickets in advance from the school office – limited parking available on the evening.

• Drapers’ Maylands Primary School

Settle Road, Romford, RM3 9XR

Friday, November 2 from 6pm – 8pm

Gates open at 6pm for an evening of fun, fireworks and fundraising.

Including: Fayre stalls created and ran by the children, prizes to be won, hot dogs and burgers , fresh doughnuts and waffles, a DJ and a professional fireworks display.

Tickets - One adult and two children £5, Two adults and five children £10.

Tickets can be purchased from Drapers’ Maylands Primary School office and under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

• Romford Working Men’s Club Firework Display

Romford Working Men’s Club, 66 Albert Rd, Romford, RM1 2PP

Friday, November 2 at 8pm.

Spectate from the club garden. Contact the club for more details. 01708 702202

• Harold Wood Primary School, Recreation Avenue, Harold Wood, RM3 0TH.

Friday, November 2, 5.30pm-9pm.

Live DJ, hot food and drinks and children’s rides and a firework display.

Tickets - Adults £7, children £5, under two free.

• St. Albans Fireworks Night

Friday, November 2 6.30pm – 9pm

St Albans School, Heron Flight Avenue, Hornchurch RM12 5LN

Wrap up, for a night of fabulous fireworks

Hot food, hot drinks, novelty gift stalls and most important FUN!

Tickets - Adult £4, children £3, under twos free.

Gates open at 6.30pm.

• Crumpled Horn Fireworks Night

Crumpled Horn, Corbets Tey Road, Upminster.

Saturday, November 3 at 6.30pm

Gates open at 5pm and fireworks start at 6.30pm

Tickets - Adults £7, child/student £5, Pre-school kids free

If you have your own fireworks night please contact Liam Coleman on 0208 477 3826 or email

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