Top places to watch the Fireworks this Bonfire night

Remember, remember the 5th of November, don on the wooly hats, dig out your ear muffs and prepare for muddy wellies for an unforgetable evening gathering by the bonfire with sparklers, hot chocolate, brilliant fireworks and an evening getting out in the elements with the whole family, get all wrapped up in your hats and scarves and get involved this bonfire night with our list of top 5 local spots to see the best of the local fireworks this November.

1. Port Elliot Estate Bonfire Night

Port Elliot’s Bonfire night is set to be their biggest one yet!

Date change: Saturday November 12th 2022. 4pm to 10pm

The Elliot family are delighted to be hosting their forth annual bonfire night celebrations at Port Eliot House & Gardens!

A night out for all the family, with a great bonfire, plenty of food vendors catering for all tastes, bars selling everything from beer to hot chocolate and our biggest firework show yet! it’s set to be an evening that goes off with a bang!

2. Tavistock Grand Firework Display

Saturday 5th November 18:15 to 21:15

Tavistock Football Club Langsford Park Crowndale Road, Tavistock, PL19 8JR

The Lions Club of Tavistock firework display starts at 7pm at Tavistock Football Club. Gates open at 6.15pm so come early and enjoy the Lions’ barbecue.


Tickets available from Shields DIY, Ron’s Pets and Tavistock Visitor Information Centre. Enter through Tavistock Football Club main gate or from the Brook Lane to Crowndale cycle track. Parking is available at Tavistock College.



3. Plymouth Bonfire Night

Saturday 5th November from 4pm.

Plymouth Hoe will be lit up with a spectacular Bonfire and Fireworks display.

The evening celebrations will begin at 4pm, with fairground rides and delicious food and drink on offer. It’s a truly family friendly event, so wrap up warm, bask in the heat of the giant bonfire, enjoy a nice warm hot chocolate and enjoy the show.

Located near to Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse, you’ll find the huge bonfire with  – don’t miss it being lit at 7.30pm. You will also spot Guy Fawkes sitting on top of the bonfire. A fantastic firework display will also take place at 8pm.

The display is free to attend.


4. Looe Fireworks Display

Saturday 5th November from 7.00pm

Make bonfire night go with a bang at Tencreek, with their annual fireworks display!
The fireworks begin at 7.30pm and entry is £5 for adults, with under 16s free.
This year, there will be our annual firework display, first one off at 7.30pm for families with young children who will love meeting Deano the Dolphin and Sparky the Sharky. The fireworks are launched from the meadow field, they will also be serving a hog roast and a caberet performance.


5. Calstock Firework Night

Saturday 12th November from 7.30pm

Calstock Social Club from 20.00-20.30pm Calstock Fireworks display is returning.
Parking is very limited in the village so please park at station car park, on hill into village, car share, use public transport or where possible walk down to the quay.
Please advise your friends and neighbours that the display will be taking place and extra care taken with pets, livestock and people within your homes. This is a free event but please give generously to the people out shaking buckets for donations.


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As we remember, remember the fifth of November, we also need to remember to act safely this Bonfire Night to ensure no harm comes to any of our garden wildlife.