Firework Displays in and around Cirencester 2023
It's almost time to dig out your woolly hats and scarves, and grab those glo-sticks!
Once again there's a bunch of fab-looking bonfire and firework events taking place in and around Cirencester this year. These are usually a great way to ring in the winter and raise some money for local causes whilst we're at it. Plus a cheeky hot choc or mulled wine? Why not. See you there!
Here’s our round up.......
Firework Displays in and around Cirencester
Friday 27th October
Stratton Primary School's Fireworks
A little earlier than usual but all the family fun you've come to expect from Stratton's show. This event is usually a sell out so get your tickets soon ifyou're heading to this one.
Gates open 5.45. Display starts at 6:15pm.
Tickets are available from Stratton School or Stratton Shop.
Friday 3rd November
Tavern Inn Kemble Fireworks Night
Another sell out's expected for the Tavern, with Live Music, food, sweets and a BBQ
Starts at 6.30 pm.
Saturday 4th November
Ashton Keynes Fireworks and Funfair
Ashton Keynes' Annual Fireworks Spectacular returns with a bang this year!
The AKsionals will be back by popular demand providing us with live music entertainment Fun-fair rides will provide further entertainment for the kids.
Bar and hot drinks will also be available and a BBQ providing locally-sourced hot food including burgers, hot dogs and veggie options. Treats and glow stalls.
Any monies raised on the night will be in support of Ashton Keynes School
Frampton Bonfire and Fireworks Display
Join us for an evening of fun and sparkle at Frampton Youth Football club for a professional firework display, bonfire, food, bar and music!
Tickets to be purchased in advance, available online and at the Green Shop.
Gates open at 5.30 pm.
All proceeds going to local good causes.
Quenington Bulldogs Fireworks Night
With a bonfire, fireworks, and raising money for fantastic local causes, Quenington Fireworks will be a night to remember.
This is a CASH ONLY event.
Gates open at 6.30 pm.
Sunday 5th November
Minety Fireworks ** CANCELLED DUE TO THE WEATHER **
Head to Minety Pavillion for live musical bangers will be provided by the astounding Big Brunch Band on their 'mini' comeback tour.
Come along and listen, a colourful explosion for both the ears and eyes.
Firework Displays further afield
Of course you don't have to stick to Cirencester to get your firework fix. Here's a few displays taking place around the county that look well worth a visit.
Firework Displays in Cheltenham
The refreshments have really caught our eye at this year's Ashley Manor Prep (formerly St Edwards) Firework Display. Expect hot food from Bella Mia Pizza, The Crafty Greek, Saveur des Crepes, and their famous in-house burgers & hot dogs. Find out more
The Cheltenham Round Table Fireworks Extravaganza is always impressive! The event is widely recognised as one of the largest and safest firework displays in the South West! Expect a spectacular night of entertainment, from fairground attractions and live music, with special guests, Bluey and Bongo! There will also be endless refreshments and of course fireworks a’plenty! Gates open at 5pm, tickets purchased in advance are £10 for adults and £5 children. Find out more.
Cheltenham Rugby Club are putting on a spectacular Bonfire night! The fun starts when the gates open from 6pm. The Bonfire lighting will take place at 6:30pm with the Fireworks starting at 7pm. Hot food will be available for the evening. Tickets can be bought in advance via their website. Tickets cost £7 per adult, £5 per child Find out more.
Firework Displays in Stroud
The Aston Downs Fireworks display stands out from the rest for its helicopter pyrotechnic display, plus STEM workshops, and pumpkin carving. Taking place on Saturday 28th October you could clap eyes on your first display before most of us have had a chance to find our mittens! Find out more on Stroud Rocks
If you've forgotten to pre-book tickets for a display, don't panic, Dursley Fireworks have no advance booking, just arrive on the night and you can enjoy two displays. One quieter display for the little ones, and then a second display with a bit more oomph. Find out more on Stroud Rocks
Firework Displays in Gloucester
Something a little different - at St Barnabas Church there will be a free virtual indoor firework display. Projecting a show onto the ceiling to give SEN children and adults an opportunity to enjoy a display in a more comfortable environment. Find out more on Gloucester Rocks
Longlevens Rugby Club return with a cracking display accompanied by food stalls, a fairground and bar. Find out more on Gloucester Rocks