Remember, remember, the 5th of November… is the date to be in Cornwall this year.
Hosting a range of fantastic firework displays and bonfire nights across the county, the night sky will burst and pop with explosions of colour and light. Pour through our line up of events taking place on Bonfire Night in Cornwall this year and get ready for lots of family-friendly entertainment. Who’s bringing the marshmallows?
Dubbed Cornwall’s biggest Bonfire Night event, Falmouth Cricket Club’s display boasts £8,000 worth of fireworks ready to set the sky alight. With music provided by Pirate FM, plenty of refreshments available and even live fire eaters, this fundraising event is sure to excite. Entrance costs £4 for adults and £2 for children and the gates open at 6pm.
Taking place at Priory Parc’s football field, Bodmin’s annual bonfire, laser show and grand firework display is ready for another year of bedazzling displays. Celebrating 100 years of the RAF, there will be a funfair, live music and food and drink available.
Taking place on Chacewater’s Millenium Green, watch fireworks soar and burst in the sky. Gaze up in wonder and then chat eagerly amongst your friends and family afterwards about which was your favourite firework. The display kicks off at 7.30pm and food and drink will be available.
What could make watching fireworks extra special this Bonfire Night in Cornwall? Watching fireworks explode over the sea. Taking place at Coverack beach this year, enjoy a spectacular twist on traditional celebrations.
Head to the bar for a warming cup of mulled wine and tuck into some piping hot fish and chips followed by a delicious toffee apple. Taking place from 6pm onwards, Driftwood Spar’s free firework display and bonfire will provide fun for all the family.
Enjoying St Ive’s beautiful backdrop and overlooking the sea, Porthminster is an idyllic spot to watch fireworks this Bonfire Night in Cornwall. Hot food is usually available and there is also an array of pubs and restaurants for you to enjoy a hearty meal afterwards and warm up in style.
Run by the Liskeard Lions Rugby Club, this year’s firework display will take place at the Rugby Training Ground on the 5th November. With gates opening just after 6pm, don the layers and bundle up the family to enjoy a night of celebration. There is an entrance fee on arrival.
Get ready to be enthralled this Bonfire Night and head to Port Eliot for a very special Fireworks Night. With epic fireworks, live music and a wide choice of hot food and refreshments, the whole family will have a night to remember. Tickets are on sale now and the event starts at 6.30pm.
Start your night watching the bonfire set alight at 6.30pm and then grab yourselves a warm drink before the firework display at 7.30pm. With a BBQ, refreshments and live music all available for your enjoyment, Padstow is a wonderful place to spend Bonfire Night this year.
Head to Truro’s Tremorvah Playing Fields for an enchanting display. Starting from 5pm you can purchase sparklers as well as selection of food and drinks. Wrap up warm and celebrate your Bonfire Night with a bang.