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Fireworks 2014

31st October
Stonham Barns,
Near Needham Market
Halloween and Firework event for some spooky family fun, beginning with pumpkins, creepy crawlies and scary activities before the spectacular annual Stonham Barns firework and bonfire display. This will be a spooktacular event for all the family with late night shopping, range of food and drinks available and a fun fair. Gates open at 4pm, fireworks 7.30pm, adults £2, Children £1, under 5s free.
Visit www.stonham-barns.co.uk
1st November
Christchurch Park, Ipswich
This year’s event will combine another fantastic firework display with a very special Halloween theme with spooky scare-fest surprises around every corner. Come dressed for the scare-fest procession through the park. Starting up at the Reg Driver centre in the park at 7pm. It might be dark, but don’t be too scared. This year’s music accompanying the new very special firework display, yes you’ve guessed. It has a very spooky and scary sound track. The family friendly and traditional event will also include music and fun and laughter from Town 102, Heart and BBC Radio Suffolk. Special prizes will be offered for the best-dressed members of the audience. A fantastic funfair for all ages and a glorious array of food from hot dogs to hog roasts and Fish & chips to donuts and a licensed bar are all available. Tickets are on sale and discounts are available if you purchase tickets before the big day. Gates Open at 6pm with fireworks display starting at 8pm. For more information or to buy tickets visit www.ipswichfireworks.com

1st November
Museum of East Anglian Life
Make sure your Bonfire Night goes off with a bang, as you join the crowds at the Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket for their annual Bonfire Night Celebrations, on the 1st November 2014. With a spectacular fireworks display, roaring bonfire, as well as amusements and engines in steam, the museum is the perfect location for an evening of family fun! Gates are open from 5.30pm giving you the chance to enjoy the selection of Old Tyme Amusements and traction engines in steam before the main event. Food and refreshments provided by the Osier Cafe will be available to buy throughout the evening. Keep toasty by the bonfire, which is lit on the top field at 7pm before the fireworks begin at 7.30pm, a brilliant display that’s guaranteed to wow all the family. Tickets available on the gate adults: £5 and children £4

1st November
Heveningham Hall
Gates open at 5.30pm Funfair, bar and refreshments, Fish & chips, BBQ, hog roast, candy floss, mulled wine and much more. Live music from Backtrackin, a great band from Essex, playing a variety of covers. Explosive performances from Forbidden Girls, UK’s Premier Female dance group. They have worked with Olly Murs, Jessie J, Kylie Minogue and performed on X Factor as well as Strictly Come Dancing. Tickets available on the gate, Pedestrians £5 Adult, £3 Child (4 – 14), or £20 per car.

2nd November
Felixstowe & Walton Football Club
It is one of the biggest nights in Felixstowe’s events calendar and this year the 7th annual Felixstowe Firework Spectacular is back with a bang – in fact lots of bangs! The 20-minute professional display will be fired to music once again, this time themed ‘Carnival of Drums’. As well as the display, the event will feature a fun fair, sideshows, Team Thunder Tiger aerial display team and much more. Over the years, thousands of pounds has been raised for local charities and Felixstowe & Walton United FC’s community work as well as providing the Town of Felixstowe with a major public firework display of its own to be proud of. Big savings can be made by buying tickets before the day. They are available from outlets in the town as well as online at www.felixstowefireworks.co.uk

Friday 7th Nov 2014
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) if it’s dry at £1/car
In aid of All Saints’ Sproughton Church Funds
Fantastic, safe, good value family entertainment. Very suitable for young children as no really loud bangs.

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