Where to be and when for fireworks displays in and around Uttlesford

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- Credit: Alan Davies

Here is a round-up of some of the fireworks displays in and around Uttlesford...

Braintree

Where: Braintree Rugby Club

When: Wednesday, November 5.

Time: Gates open at 5.30pm, Funky Voices Community Choir at 7pm, bonfire lit at 7.45pm and fireworks at 8pm


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Entry: Adults £6 and children £4.

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Where: Midsummer Common.

When: Wednesday, November 5.

Time: There will be a fire show between 6.45 and 7.20pm by Phoenix Performance. Fireworks will start at 7.30pm and a bonfire will be lit after the display.

Entry: Donations of at least £1 per person are encouraged.

Clavering

Where: Jubilee Field.

When: Sunday, November 2.

Time: Gates open from 4.30pm for food/drink, last entry is strictly 5.50pm, with fireworks starting at 6pm.

Entry: Tickets can be bought from Wilkinson & Co, Butts Green or Whyman Nurseries, Hill Green. Adults £5, £6 on the night, under 16’s £2.50, £4, family of four £13, £15.

Duxford

Where: Hinxton Road.

When: Saturday, November 8.

Time: Gates open at 5pm, bonfire lit at 5.30pm and fireworks start at 6.30pm. Gates close at 6.15pm.

Entry: Tickets available from Ickleton, Whittlesford and Duxford shops. Adults £3.50, children £2 and a family ticket is £10. At the gate £4, £2.50 and £12.

Felsted:

Where: Felsted Primary School.

When: Friday, November 7.

Time: Gates open 5.30pm. Display at 7.30pm

Entry: Tickets cost £5 per person on the night. A family ticket is £15, two adults and up to three children, and is available in advance from the school.

Great Bardfield

Where: Recreation Ground.

When: Saturday, November 8.

Time: 5.30pm.

Entry: Tickets, available from the Great Bardfield Co-op on Brook Street, cost £5 for an adult and it is free for children. Tickets bought on the night are £5 per adult and £2 a child.

Great Dunmow

Where: Recreation Ground.

When: Saturday, November 1.

Time: Gates open at 6.15pm, bonfire is lit at 6.45pm, the display starts at 7.15pm.

Entry: Tickets can be purchased online from greatdunmowroundtable/fireworks and are £4 per adult, £2 for under 16s. A family ticket (two adults and two children) is £10. Tickets on the gate will be £5 for adults, £3 for the under 16’s. A family ticket (two adults and two children) is £15.

Linton

Where: Linton Infants School.

When: Saturday, November 8.

Time: Gates open at 6pm, bonfire is lit at 6.30pm and the display starts at 7pm.

Entry: Tickets in advance for £4 per person or £10 for a family ticket (two adults and three children) and will shortly be available from village newsagents and online via Paypal. Prices rise to £5/£12 on the night.

Newport

Where: Recreation Ground.

When: Wednesday, November 5.

Time: 7.30pm.

Entry: Tickets purchased ahead of the event cost £4 for adults and £3 for those aged 12 and under. Three and under are free. They are on sale at Newport village store, the White Horse and the Coach and Horses, the Newport Club and Saffron Walden Tourist Information Centre. Tickets purchased on the night will cost £5 for adults and £4 for 12 and under.

Saffron Walden

Where: The Common.

When: Saturday, November 1.

Time: Gates open at 6pm with fireworks planned to start around 7pm.

Entry: Free. If you would like to sponsor the event or make a donation contact James@8dayweekend.co.uk.

Where: Friends’ School.

When: Friday, November 7.

Time: Gates open at 6pm, bonfire is lit at 6.30pm and the display starts at

7pm.

Entry: Tickets can be bought from the Tourist Information Centre, in Saffron Walden, or on the night. They are priced at £3 for adults, £2 for children and £8 for a family ticket (two adults and up to three children).

Stansted

Where: Elms Farm, Church Road.

When: Saturday, November 8.

Time: Gates open at 6.30pm, bonfire is lit at 7pm and fireworks start at 7.30pm.

Entry: Adults £4, children £2, family of four £10.

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