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Where to spend Bonfire Night

Blog November 2019

Deciding where to spend Bonfire Night this year? We have gathered together a selection of events for you to enjoy this crisp, autumnal evening with friends and loved ones.

Wrap up warm, pop on your wellies and enjoy eating some good street food on November 5. Bonfire Night takes place on Tuesday this year and there are plenty of organised displays to keep everyone entertained.

With live entertainment, music and more expected across the Tees Valley, Wynyard families may be struggling to choose the best out of the bunch.

Wynyard Hall
Sunday 3 November

Wynyard Hall has a firework display, with free parking available on site and chances to buy food and refreshments.

Doors open from 4pm with the display beginning at 6pm.

£6 Advance Tickets / £7 on the door (under 3’s go free) (hyperlink)

Click here to view their Bonfire, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast for two.

Stockton Riverside
Sunday 3 November

Stockton Riverside is a popular fireworks event on which attracts thousands of families from the region.

The night begins with a BBC Tees Radio broadcast and roadshow with live music performances. There is also a funfair and lots of food stalls on site to enjoy.

People are encouraged to walk or take transport, with a £1 park and ride service provided from Arriva. Buses arrive and depart up to every three minutes between 5pm and 8.30pm from either ASDA on Portrack Lane, TS18 2PB or Harveys, Portrack Lane, TS18 2HP.

The fun begins at 5pm with the fireworks display starting at 6.30pm.

The popular fairground rides are in Stockton High Street from 4.30pm to 9.45pm.

This event is free for all

Hartlepool
Tuesday 5 November

The Seaton Carew display has a ‘Space Exploration’ theme this year to mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.

The event will kick off from 4pm at the Clock Tower on the seafront with a funfair, followed by musical performances from 5pm.

The fireworks display starts at 6.30pm.

This event is free for all

Kynren
Saturday 2 November

Kynren, billed as the ‘North East’s biggest pyromusical’ is set to make Bonfire Night a spectacular event.

The show’s 7.5-acre stage will be used for a 30-minute pyrotechnics display, which will light up the skies above Bishop Auckland.

Gates open at 4pm, display begins at 7pm prompt.

£10 Adults / £5 Child (4 to 11yrs) and Young adult (12 to 17yrs) (under 3’s go free when sitting on an adult’s knee).

For more information or to buy tickets, click here.

Beamish Hall
Tuesday 5 November

Join Beamish Hall for their ‘Guy Fawkes Fireworks Extravaganza’ with a firework show, stilt walkers, street food, interactive theatre, huge get involved dance-offs, fire poi dancers, and fairground rides.

£6 tickets / £5 car parking (under 3’s go free)

Click here to view or buy tickets to the event.

Wherever you choose to spend Bonfire Night, stay safe and keep warm!

For more information contact the Wynyard Park team on 01740 667 000.

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