Watching the fireworks is the bestest thing ever. It makes us feel like a happy five year old and to be honest, that is a good feeling. The colours, the noises, the lights, the bonfire and even the smell in the air makes this time of year so uniquely special and we can’t wait to watch a display or two this year.
So this Bonfire Night, wrap yourself up warm and eat a sausage in a bun with your face up-turned to the sky.
Thankfully, the people of Cornwall love fireworks so there are plenty of Firework displays for you to attend. If you are struggling to choose, here are details of five displays that will be lighting up the Cornish skies.
1. Bodmin Priory Park
Traditional bonfire and huge firework display with children’s rides and hot dogs. Gates from 6pm, bonfire lit at 7pm. The display will be accompanied by music, and this years theme is film scores written by John Williams.
2. Tregony Bonfire and Fireworks Display
Tregony Social Club and Football Ground fireworks are set to be spectacular this year with a Guy Fawkes Competition food, drink sweet treats and glow in the dark toys – the modern-day, safer replacement for sparklers! Gates open at 6.30pm, Guy Fawkes competition at 7pm and fireworks display at 7.30pm. It’s £4 for Adults and £3 for under 16s.
3. Tencreek Firework Display
Organised by Liskeard and Looe Round Table, you will not be disappointed. Expect ‘oohs and aaaah’s’ a plenty with kids fun time and cabaret following the display.
It starts at 7.30pm and is £4 adults, £1 children, families £10 – all profits are donated to charity.
4. Rosemellin Fireworks
Last year’s event was a huge success and this year’s will be even better!
Gates open at 6pm. Display at 6.45pm. Family tickets – £6 ( £5 in advance from school), Adults – £2 and Children – £1
5. Porth Newquay Fireworks
This display will light up Porth Beach in the most spectacular way possible! There’ll be plenty to eat too and all proceeds go to charity. 6-9pm.