It’s now autumn and soon the night skies will be ablaze with colourful fireworks accompanied by roaring bonfires. Ahead of Guy Fawkes Night, we've compiled a list of all the finest community bonfire and fireworks displays across the area.

Friday, November 3

FARNHAM RUGBY CLUB is back with its popular Fireworks to Music display, featuring Moroccan street food, a barbecue, and a fully licensed bar. 

When: Gates open at 6pm

Where: Farnham Rugby Club, Monkton Lane.

How much: Adults £9, children £6, VIPs £20, families £25, at the rugby club or online at

Saturday, November 4

FARNHAM FIREWORKS & TORCHLIT PROCESSION is organised by Farnham Round Table and supported by volunteers from many local organisations, with all proceeds supporting good causes in the area.

There will be a street food village, Hogs Back Brewery bar and entertainment right from when the park opens at 5pm. The Reading Pipers Band will then lead the torchlit procession from Waggon Yard car park, up Castle Street, and to the park entrance. A compere, live music, Taiko drummers and fire performers are also part of the entertainment line-up!

Just remember to book your tickets and torches in advance – this year's event is online-ticketed only, with no cash sales on the gate.

When: Park opens at 5pm, 6.15pm torchlit procession, 7.15pm lighting of the bonfire and 7.45pm fireworks.

Where: Farnham Park and Waggon Yard car park.

How much: Adults £10, children £5, families £25 (until October 29), thereafter adults £12, children £6, families £30 (from October 30), at

Farnham Fireworks and Torchlit Procession 2022
A fire performer at Farnham Fireworks in 2022 ( )

THE SHED WHITEHILL & BORDON is hosting its very own firework extravaganza, fairground rides and food are on offer, and it’s free for everyone to enjoy. Event runs until 9pm.

When: Starts at 5pm, full fireworks display at 7pm.

Where: Parade Square, Budds Lane, Bordon.

How much: Free.

MILLAND PARISH COUNCIL is bringing back the village’s bonfire and fireworks party with plenty of food including hog roast, hot dogs, and home-made soup. A licensed bar will be onsite, and all proceeds will go to local charities and good causes.

When: From 6pm

Where: Milland Recreation Ground, Iping Road, Milland.

How much: £6

CHIDDINGFOLD’S bonfire and fireworks event is back once again, with its homemade barbecue with options for vegetarians and vegans, and the drinks tent is serving a range of beers and wine including mulled wine and other non-alcoholic drinks. There will be 400 wax candles at the event sold on a first come, first served basis at £6 each. 

When: Stalls open for business at 5pm. Shuttle buses start operating at 5.15pm. Torches go on sale at St Mary’s School at 6.30pm. The procession of 400 torches departs St Mary’s School at 7pm. The bonfire will be set alight at approximately 7.15pm, and the fireworks will start at approximately 8pm. The last shuttle bus back to the car parks departs at 9.30pm.

Where: The Green, Chiddingfold.

How much: Free. People are encouraged to support the bonfire by making a donation at

Chiddingfold Bonfire 2018

HASLEMERE MUSEUM’S firework and bonfire evening promises another dazzling show in the beautiful gardens. Scouts will be providing delicious burgers and hot dogs alongside a snack tent with sweets and crisps, there will be a bar with mulled mine, hot drinks, and other alcoholic beverages. The Haslemere Rock Choir will be providing entertainment. 

When: Doors open at 6.30pm, fireworks from 7.30pm

Where: Haslemere Educational Museum, 78 High Street, Haslemere.

How much: Adults £10, children (under 12) £8. For members its £8 and members under 12 are £6. Tickets can be purchased online at

FLEET LIONS FIREWORK FIESTA promises a great night out for their fireworks display. Fleet Phoenix and The Hot Oven Bakers Corner will be serving a variety of hot food and the 29th Odiham Scouts and Muncheon Luncheon will provide other food selections. Caleb’s coffee will be at the old pavilion for drinks and there will be mulled wine for the adults to sample, while the children can have fun with fibre optic and LED toys. 

When: Gates open at 5pm, fireworks display at 6.30pm (approx.)

Where: Calthorpe Park, Reading Road North, Fleet.

How much: Adults £7, children (5-15 years) £3, families £17, children under 5 are free and a £1.20 booking fee applies to all orders. Tickets can be purchased in-person on Saturday October 14 in Gurkha Square or Saturday 21st and 28th October in the Hart Shopping Centre. Tickets can be purchase online at

PETERSFIELD’S ROUND TABLE FIREWORKS DISPLAY is back for its 32nd year and over the last six years they have raised £73,000 for local causes in the community. There will be food and a bar at the event so people are asked not to bring alcohol with them.

When: Gates open at 5.30pm, lighting of the bonfire at 6.30pm and fireworks at 7pm.

Where: Bell Hill Recreation Ground, Petersfield.

How much: Advance tickets are £10 per adult, £5 for children, families £20. Tickets on the day are £12 per adult, £6 for children, families £25. Tickets can be purchased at the gate (these may sell out depending on advance tickets sales) or online at

Petersfield Round Table fireworks display and bonfire raised a record amount for local causes last year

SHEET will be hosting its own bonfire and fireworks display to support Sheet Primary School, delicious food is expected by John Henry Catering, a bar providing alcohol and soft drinks and there will be the opportunity to buy sparklers and glowing toys and a Guy Competition.

When: Gates open at 4pm, Guy Competition at 4.30pm, lighting of the bonfire at 5pm and fireworks at 6pm.

Where: Millennium Field, Hampshire, GU32 2AJ.

How much: Adults £6, children (2-16 years) £2, children under 2 years go free. A donation is optional. Tickets can be purchased online at

BEACON HILL FIREWORKS returns, and they are aiming to make it the best one yet – with all the proceeds go to Beacon Hill Primary School.

By popular demand Bring and Braai is back with their South African flavours alongside Simply Hog Roast. There will be hot chocolate with marshmallows and mulled wine to keep warm, soft drinks and snacks and glow sticks for the children. Hindhead Cricket Club will be there with a fully licensed bar. 

When: Gates open at 4pm, low bang/flame projector firework display at 5pm and main fireworks at 5.30pm.

Where: Hindhead Playing Fields, Tilford Road, Hindhead.

How much: £6.50 for anyone aged 4 years and up, children aged 3 years and under go free. Tickets can be purchased online at

The Friends of Beacon Hill School organised an excellent fireworks display
The Friends of Beacon Hill School organise an excellent fireworks display (Beacon Hill School Fireworks)

ROTHER BARN TREE FARM’s bonfire and firework night in Liss promises a fun night packed with music, hot dogs, chilli dogs and burgers with a bar to stay full. Please note, to purchase food at the event you must pre-purchase a ticket + option.

When: Gates open at 5.30pm, lighting of the bonfire at 6pm, firework display at 7.05pm.

Where: Rother Barn Christmas Tree Farm, Farnham Road, Liss.

How much: £6.50 for everyone, £11 with a Morgan's hot dog, £11.50 with a ¼ lb Morgan's Bbrger, £11.50 with a veggie option, £12.50 with a Morgan's chilli dog or ¼ Morgan's cheeseburger. Tickets can be purchased online at

Sunday, October 5

FROXFIELD boasts its very own fireworks and a gigantic bonfire, hotdogs and burgers with homemade soup are on offer and some nice hot mulled wine to keep warm.

When: Gates open at 5.30pm.

Where: The Recreation Ground at Froxfield Village Hall.

How much: Adults (16 years and up) £9, children (five years and up) £4, families £25. Tickets at the gate: Adults  £10 and Children (five year and more) £5. Tickets can be purchased online in advance at

STEEP is holding its usual bonfire and fireworks night and this year their proceeds will go to The Rosemary Foundation, Naomi House, and FOSS.

Expect to stay hydrated with a bar run by the Friends Of Steep School (FOSS) which will include mulled wine and stay satisfied with a range of burgers, hot dogs, snacks, and sweets to munch on. 

When: Gates open at 5.30pm, lighting of the bonfire at 6.45pm, fireworks at 7.15pm.

Where: 95-97 Church Road, East Hampshire, Hampshire.

How much: Adults £8 (plus 80p gateway and booking fee) — £8.80, children £5 (plus 50p gateway and booking fee) — £5.50, families £18:00 (plus 1.80p gateway and booking fee) — £19.80 (online tickets). Tickets at the gate: Adults £10, children (4-16 years) £5, families £20. Tickets can be purchased online at

By Michelle Monaghan