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Suffolk Firework Displays 2012

Friday 2nd November
Sproughton Bonfire, Fireworks & BBQ
Millennium Green, Sproughton. Grid reference TM127450 IP8 3AD
7pm BBQ, 7:15pm Bonfire & 8pm Fireworks
Entrance by donation of £4/adult & £2/child
Car parking in School grounds (Church Lane) at £1/car
In aid of All Saints’ Sproughton Church Fabric Fund
Fantastic, safe, good value family entertainment. Very suitable for young children as no really loud bangs.

Stonham Barns Leisure & Retail Complex 2012 Events so far have been highly successful and greatly enjoyable for everyone that has attended, so Stonham Barns owners are pleased to announce that after the roaring success of last years Bonfire & Fireworks Night it will be featuring again for 2012! The Bonfire & Fireworks Night 2012 will be held on Friday 2nd November, with the display beginning at 7.30pm and the gates opening at 6.15pm to ensure everyone is inside the Complex before the magic and thrill of the fireworks evening commences. There is no need to purchase tickets before the event, turn up on the evening and admission is £5 per car on the gate, everyone is welcome and it’s set to be a fantastic evening, with the whiz of the Catherine wheels; stupendous bangs and crackles of the fireworks and the fun of the tasty snacks and treats available have the making of a truly wonderful family night. Call 01449 711111 or visit www.midsuffolkshowground.co.uk for more details on the spectacular Bonfire & Fireworks
Night. Admission is £5 per car.

The Big Night Out – Melford Hall Park, Long Melford
A giant bonfire decorated with Guys made by local school children will be lit at 7.30pm, with fireworks and music at 8.15pm.
Adult entry is £7 and £5 for children.

Saturday 3rd November
Christchurch Park, Ipswich

This very special evening of Fireworks celebrates the release of the latest James Bond film ‘Skyfall’ with fireworks fired to your favourite James Bond themes. Join in the fun at 7pm for the most spectacular Guy Fawkes and lantern procession through the park that you have ever seen with a stunning fire show finale by ‘Flame Oz’. The musical fireworks costing over £25000 are designed and fired by the Shell Shock firework Company from Bramfield here in Suffolk. Shell Shock are renowned for their exciting and lively displays for clients all around the world. Adult entry is £7 and children £5

Heveningham Hall, Halesworth
Suffolk’s most spectacular fireworks display, plus a funfair, bar and refreshments, fish & chips, BBQ, hog roast, candyfloss, mulled wine and much more. There will be music from The Vagaband – an eight-piece band from Norfolk. Gate open at 5.30pm.
Entrance is £15 per car or for pedestrians it’s £5 for adults and £3 for Children.

Museum Of East Anglian Life
Join the crowds around the bonfire to watch a spectacular family firework display at the Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket. Gates open at 6.30pm when you will be able to enjoy the sights and smells of traction engines in steam, and a selection of Old Tyme Amusements from an East Anglian Fairground Family. The bonfire will be lit on the top field at 7pm and the fireworks will start at 7.30pm. Food and refreshments will
be available throughout the event. Adult entry is £5 and children £4.

Framlingham Firework Spectacular – Pagent Field, Badingham Road, Framlingham
This year Dynamic Fireworks are to stage Framlingham’s annual firework display – they have a reputation for truly stunning effects as seen at prestigious events such as the Lord Mayor of London’s New Year Parade and London Millennium Celebrations on the River Thames. There is a designated area for sparklers which may be bought on the night, [no sparklers may be brought onto the field]. Hot and cold drinks and refreshments will be on sale, including mulled wine, Earl Soham beer, burgers, hot dogs, candy floss, speciality coffees, waffles and new this year “The Moving Plaice” Fish and Chips. Gates open at 6pm, the bonfire lighting is at 6.30pm, with the display starting 7.30pm.
Adult entry is £6 and children £4.

Abbey Gardens, Bury St Edmunds
This year’s Bury Fireworks Spectacular will take place on Saturday 3rd November 2012 at the Abbey Gardens, Bury St Edmunds.
Doors open at 6pm with the Fireworks starting at 7.30pm, There will be food and drink stalls, funfair rides and live local radio broadcast. Adult entry is £6 and children £5, a family pass for two adults and two children is available at a cost of £20.

Sunday 4th November
Felixstowe and Walton United FC – The Goldstar Ground,
Dellwood Avenue, Felixstowe

The 5th Annual Felixstowe Firework Spectacular in association with Goldstar Transport Ltd. This years display is the biggest yet and is choreographed to ‘Music from the Movies’ The fun does not stop with the firework display, there is plenty of entertainment to keep you warm, with a funfair, fire poi display, a fire hoopla act and lots of sideshows as well as a range of hot food and refreshments. Gates open at 5pm, with the firework display starting at 7.20pm. The funfair closes at 9pm.
Adult entry is £6, children £4, with under five year olds getting for free!

Monday 5th November
Fireworks Fun Night at St Alban’s Catholic High School, Digby Road,
Ipswich IP4.

Gates open at 6pm with fireworks at 7.15pm.Tickets in
advance – £4 adult, £3 child, £15 family. On the day £5 adult, £4
child, £20 family. Free Parking. Tickets can be purchased from the
School Office.

Friday 9th November
Cliff Lane Primary School

A fantastic firework display by Dynamic Fireworks. Hot pork rolls, hot and cold drinks for sale. Stalls and games. This really is a great family evening out. Gates open at 6.15pm, with fireworks at 7.15pm.
Adult entry is £5 and children £4.

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