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Stay at one of our newest locations, Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat, and explore all the local area has to offer this Bonfire Night. Offering stunning accommodation in a peaceful countryside setting, you can escape from it all after a night of cold air, spectacular fireworks and delicious food on offer…
Take a look at our list of firework displays in Canterbury for 2017 below…
Where: Tyler Hill Memorial Fields, CT2 9NH / When: 4th Nov / Times: 6pm – late / Prices: Adult £7, Child £3
An annual firework show, which is hugely popular every year and has been going since 1973! There will be fabulous fairground rides, live music, a range of craft and food stalls, as well as a delicious BBQ and plenty of refreshments. The huge bonfire will also be lit around 6:45pm, with the firework display kicking off at 7:30pm.
When: Kent Country Cricket Club, CT1 3NZ / When: 5th Nov / Times: 3pm – 8pm / Prices: Adult £10, Child £5
There will be a wide range of entertainment on from 4pm, all hosted by KMFM, from games to live music! There is also a host of funfair rides will be available too! The firework display will begin at 6pm.
Where: Bush Road, ME2 1LJ / When: 5th Nov / Times: 5:30pm – 8pm
Traditional Bonfire Night celebrations held in Cuxton, with entertainment starting at 6:45pm, including live music and a Guy Fawkes competition also being held. The display will start at 7:15pm.
Where: Ashford RFC, TN24 9QB / When: 4th Nov / Times: 5pm – 8pm / Prices: Adult £8, Child £4
Enjoy a fabulous firework display and mega bonfire, as well as real ales on offer, a range of food stalls to keep you fuelled and a selection of 3 outdoor bars. The amazing bonfire will be lit at 7pm, with the display beginning at 7:30pm.
Where: Edenbridge Town Centre, TN8 5LU / When: 4th Nov / Times: 5pm – 10pm / Prices: Adult £6, Child £3
The annual Edenbridge Bonfire Night is Kent’s most popular fireworks show, with a torch lit carnival procession, including costumed walking groups, fabulously lit carnivals floats and wonderful marching bands. All led by the Bishop of the Bonfire and his choirboys, ensuring tradition is preserved. There are then fairground rides, live music, DJ’s and street performances to enjoy until the big show. The fireworks will start around 8:30pm, and you won’t want to miss the 10 meter tall effigies, the traditional Guy Fawkes and a ‘celebrity guy’ (this year is Donald Trump), which will be demolished during the show too.
All fabulous fireworks events to visit this year, you’ll be spoiled for choice during your break away to Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat!
Happy Bonfire Night!