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Living Magazines Fireworks

Forget dodgy home fireworks – keep yourself and your pets safe and enjoy bonfire night at a communal display.

Berkhamsted Rotary’s annual fireworks event will take place at Berkhamsted Cricket Club on Saturday 2 November 2019. Gates open at 6pm, and the show starts at 7pm. It features a huge professional display to music by Classic Fireworks, sideshows, a DJ, BBQ and bar.

Earlybird tickets will be available ahead of the event, with a family ticket for just £22. Tickets can be bought online (booking fee applies) and on Saturday mornings (8am-1pm) during October at the Rotary stall located at Berkhamsted Market and through the Berkhamsted schools. www.berkobang.org

The annual Tring Festival of Fire also returns this year with a bang (pun intended). Taking place at Tring Park Cricket Club on Saturday 2 November, it will include a bonfire and fireworks, as well as the usual live music and family fun.

Tickets are available in advance and you can buy a family saver for £16, an adult ticket for £8 and a child ticket for £5. www.tringfireworks.co.uk

The annual Wigginton Firework Display is also on Saturday 2 November – it’s clearly a popular date – with food and drink from 6pm, Bonfire at 7pm and Fireworks at 7.30pm. Entry is free and the event is sponsored by The Greyhound pub.