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13 firework events taking place in Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 08:48 02 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:24 03 November 2017

Head to Christchurch Park to see a dazzling show. Picture: PAUL CHAPMAN

Head to Christchurch Park to see a dazzling show. Picture: PAUL CHAPMAN

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Remember, remember the fifth of November, gunpowder treason and plot. Here are the events happening near you.

Christchurch Park will also have a fire troupe to keep you entertained. Picture: ANGLIA PICTURE AGENCY. Christchurch Park will also have a fire troupe to keep you entertained. Picture: ANGLIA PICTURE AGENCY.

Ipswich Fireworks

Christchurch Park, Ipswich

November 4

Fantastic night of fireworks and family fun at Ipswich’s Christchurch Park.

The fireworks will be cleverly in time with music brought to you by Alchemy Fireworks.

There will also be live music from East Anglia’s band Soul Riot, Essex and Suffolk’s award winning modern choir Funky Voices, and vocalist Chelsea Francis.

You can expect a bonfire, catering stalls, a bar, a fire performance troupe and a great evening.

For more information and to buy tickets visit the website.

Bonfire Night celebrations at the Museum of East Anglian Life. Picture: MICHAEL JAMES STAMPER. Bonfire Night celebrations at the Museum of East Anglian Life. Picture: MICHAEL JAMES STAMPER.

Bonfire Night Celebrations

Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket

November 4

A spectacular firework display, roaring bonfire and family amusements.

There will be several food stands for you to enjoy including Natural Born Grillers, Jolly Meat Co, Lazy Potato and Chocolate Tiger and Dough & Co.

The bonfire will be lit at 7pm to keep everyone toasty as they enjoy the firework display which starts at 7.30pm.

A great evening for the whole family.

To find out more and book tickets visit the website.

Spectacular fireworks at Heveningham Hall. Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE Spectacular fireworks at Heveningham Hall. Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

Heveningham Hall Fireworks

Between Heveningham and Walpole

November 4

A huge bonfire will set the scene for the firework extravaganza at Heveningham Hall.

Enjoy the traditional funfair along with fish and chips, hog roast, BBQ and lots more.

There will also be live music from Dancing in the Moonlight singers Toploader.

With so much on offer you won’t know what to do first!

For further details visit the website.

Make sure you attend one of these Suffolk shows! Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS Make sure you attend one of these Suffolk shows! Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

Fireworks To Music

Mendlesham Playing Field

November 5

Enjoy a firework display to some of your favourite songs.

Head down to Mendlesham Playing Field with your friends and family for an impressive firework show.

Enjoy a variety of hot food and drinks to keep you cosy.

There will also be glow sticks available which are fun for everyone – not just the kids.

To find out more check out the website.

Fireworks and banger racing at Foxhall Stadium. Picture: JOHN KERR Fireworks and banger racing at Foxhall Stadium. Picture: JOHN KERR

The Fantastic Fireworks Gala Night

Foxhall Stadium, Ipswich

November 4

If you enjoy banger racing the Foxhall Stadium firework event is for you!

Celebrate Guy Fawkes night by watching the sky illuminate and then be amazed by the banger racing.

There will also be national saloon stock cars taking part.

Wrap up warm and enjoy a night you won’t forget.

You can book tickets on the website.

Watch the Framlingham Fireworks this year. Picture: ALLISON BALAAM Watch the Framlingham Fireworks this year. Picture: ALLISON BALAAM

Framlingham Firework Spectacular

The Pageant Field

November 4

High quality fireworks with unique effects are waiting for you in Framlingham.

There will be a designated area for sparklers brought on the night for the children to enjoy.

A variety of refreshments will be on sale including mulled wine, Earl Soham beer, Hall Farm Butchers hot dogs and burger and Sweet Sunrise Crepes.

That is just the start of the delicious food stalls which will be on offer, so make sure you are hungry.

For more details visit the website.

Flash, bang, wallop: Fireworks, bonfire and funfair light up the night sky in Long Melford for the Big Night Out. Picture: ANDY ABBOTT Flash, bang, wallop: Fireworks, bonfire and funfair light up the night sky in Long Melford for the Big Night Out. Picture: ANDY ABBOTT

The Big Night Out

Long Melford

November 10

A brilliant firework show, a cosy bonfire, a large funfair, and what makes it better all the proceeds go to local charities.

The Big Night Out normally has 10,000 people attend the grounds at Long Melford Hall.

The firework display is choreographed by Pains Fireworks who are the longest established firework display company with its roots dating back to the 15th Century.

The show will last 30 minutes and goes off with a series of thunderous bangs as rockets soar into the darkness.

For further details and to book tickets visit the website.

Enjoy sparklers at the Hadleigh firework show. Picture: ASHLEY PICKERING Enjoy sparklers at the Hadleigh firework show. Picture: ASHLEY PICKERING

Hadleigh Fireworks

The Millfield

November 3

A fun night of fireworks, delicious hot food and a Christmas fair.

Enjoy a browse through the Christmas fair followed by a 20 minute firework display.

The gates open at 6pm and the display starts at 7.30pm.

The night is also a fundraising event for Hadleigh United Football Club.

For more information visit the website.

Can you get a picture as good as this of your fireworks? It is harder than it looks. Picture: MARK TURNBALL Can you get a picture as good as this of your fireworks? It is harder than it looks. Picture: MARK TURNBALL

Family Friendly Fireworks

Rendlesham

November 5

Wrap up warm and watch a free firework display in Rendlesham.

Rendlesham favourites The Wandering Grill and Wood Fired PizzaPaella will be on site providing hot food.

The Rendlehsham Scouts will be providing hot drinks and sweets, all at reasonable prices.

Make sure you have a go on the fun fair too!

For more details contact the Rendlesham Parish Council on 01394 420 207.

Make sure you wrap up warm to enjoy the fireworks. Picture: ANDREW MUTIMER Make sure you wrap up warm to enjoy the fireworks. Picture: ANDREW MUTIMER

Abbey Gardens Charity Fireworks

Bury St Edmunds

November 4

Watch a superb firework display in the picturesque settings of Abbey Gardens.

There will be plenty of food and drink stalls for the whole family to enjoy.

The money raised from the stalls, fun fair and tickets will be distributed to local good causes and charities.

Gates open at 4.30pm so you can really make an afternoon/evening of it.

To find out more visit the website.

The Kesgrave fireworks display at the High School. Fireflow entertain the crowds. The Kesgrave fireworks display at the High School. Fireflow entertain the crowds.

Kesgrave Fireworks

Ipswich

November 5

Due to the success of last year the Kesgrave fireworks night will be returning to Kesgrave High School.

Gates open at 4pm and there will be face painting, live music, stilt walkers, and food and drink stalls.

The fireworks will light up the sky at 6pm – last year 3,000 people attended.

To get tickets you will need to go to The Bell pub in Main Road.

Fireworks Fun Night

Make sure you stay safe on bonfire night. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS Make sure you stay safe on bonfire night. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

Ipswich

November 3

Make your way to St Alban’s Catholic High School for a night of fireworks and fun.

Gates open at 6pm and there will be stalls, games, a BBQ and lots more.

The fireworks will begin at 7.15pm and free parking is available.

For tickets or more information send an email.

Grundisburgh Fireworks

Grundisburgh Playing Field

Watch the fireworks with friends and family. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS Watch the fireworks with friends and family. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

November 4

Be amazed by the firework display by the 1st Grundisburgh Scout Group.

Gates open at 4.30pm ready for the 6pm firework show.

Adult tickets are £6, child tickets £4 and a family ticket is £18.

For further details call 01473 735352

If you would like your firework event added to our list then send the details to this email address.

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