Fireworks Night in and around Havering 2018

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Here is a list of fireworks shows in and around Havering this year

Harold Wood Primary School
Friday 2nd November 5:30pm – 9pm

Tickets are available from the website

Nelmes Primary School
Friday 2nd November 6pm – 8:30pm

Romford Firework Extravaganza 2018
Friday 2nd November 5:30pm – 9pm
Broadford Primary School, Faringdon Avenue, Romford RM3 8JS, UK

Tickets can be purchased online at

£5 children £6 adults
An earth shattering display designed for the event by Pyrotechnic geniuses will brighten up the skies of Havering on the evening!

We truly believe this years event will once again be Havering’s No.1 family friendly display.

Back by popular demand is our firework crafting area and glow in the dark stalls and UV/glitter face painting station.

There will be a bonfire lighting at 6pm and and the fireworks will begin at approximately 7.15pm. The gates will open at 5.30pm with aerial trapeze show, live music, DJ, magician and entertainment for children and adults alike.

In terms of food, we have our very own BBQ, pizza, dessert trailer and world food stall.

To ensure you are on site in time for the fireworks we recommend you arrive as early as possible, to sample the atmosphere and obtain a good viewing position.

There is no parking available on the site – we would encourage you to walk or use public transport.

Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

St. Albans Fireworks Night
Friday 2nd November 6:30pm – 9pm
ST Albans School, Heron Flights Ave

Wrap up, for a night of fabulous fireworks
hot food, hot drinks, novelty gift stalls and most important FUN!

Advance Discount Family Ticket Prices
£13 For Family Of 4-£15 For Family Of 5
On The Night Prices

Adult Ticket £4 Child Over 2yrs Ticket f3
Come & Support Your Local School Everyone ls Welcome!


Crumpled Horn Fireworks Night
Crumpled Horn, Corbets Tey Road, Upminster, Essex, RM1
Saturday 3RD November 2018 6:30pm

Gates Open at 5PM
Gates Close at 6:20PM
Display 6:30PM

Earlybird tickets
Adult £6 child/student £4 Pre-School Kids free

(Sold Week Before in the School Playground)

Tickets On The Day
Adult £7 child/student £5 Pre-School kids free
(10-2PM by superdrug, on the gate from 5PM)

BBQ & Refreshments
Glow for sale
Be safe not Sorry no sparklers or Laser Pens

Harold Lodge Primary School
Harrow Lodge Primary School, Rainsford Way, Hornchurch, Essex
Monday 5th November Gates open at 6pm (display starts at 7pm)

Orsett Showground
Rectory Road, RM16 3JN
4th & 5th November 5.30pm

Harrow Lodge Park
Harrow Lodge Park, Hornchurch
10th November 2pm – 11pm

Romford & Gidea Park RFC Bonfire Night Firework Display 2018
Romford and Gidea Park Rugby Club, Crowlands,Romford, Essex, RM7 0EP
03 Nov 2018 – 05 Nov 2018
Gates open 5:00pm, Fireworks 8:30pm tbc

It’s the time of year when Romford & Gidea Park RFC hold the borough’s biggest firework spectacular!

Flickering bonfires and dazzling fireworks will light up the night across Romford as the town celebrates Guy Fawkes Night.

2018 will be the eighth annual running of Romford’s fantastic family firework show at Romford & Gidea Park RFC.

There will be fairground rides, a DJ and a wide range of refreshments available!

Tickets will be on sale from the clubhouse and on the website.

£8 Adult £5 Child and OAP Family £20 tbc

Nelmes Primary School Firework Night
Nelmes Primary School, Wingletye Lane, RM11 3 Hornchurch, Barking And Dagenham, United Kingdom
Friday, 2 November 2018 from 18:30-20:30

The PTA at Nelmes Primary School are proud to be hosting a 💥FIREWORK EVENING💥on 2nd November 2018 and everyone is welcome!

💥Get your tickets before they sell out💥

Event is on 2nd November 2018
6.30pm – 8.30pm (last admission is 7.15pm with the fireworks at 7.30pm).

(Advance Tickets)
Adults £6
Child £5
Family (4) £20
Children under 3 are free

(Tickets on the Night)
Adults £7
Child £6
Family (4) £24
Children under 3 are free

📞 07742 595 591 to get your tickets NOW! Or email the PTA on

Get there at 6.30 to enjoy the range of Refreshments, Food, FairGround Rides and Stalls!

All proceeds go towards Nelmes Primary School (no alcohol or sparklers are allowed)

Upminster Infant School Firework Display
St Mary’s Lane, Upminster Essex RM14 3BS
3rd November 2018 from 6:30PM until 7:30PM

Drapers’ Maylands Primary School, Settle Road, Romford, RM3 9XR
Fri 2nd November 2018 6pm – 8pm

*Round up! Round up! Wristbands are now on sale for Maylands’ first annual Fireworks Spectacular! *Gates open at 6pm for an evening of fun, fireworks and fundraising.

Including: 🎆 Fayre stalls created and ran by the children 🎆 Prizes to be won 🍔 Hot dogs and burgers 🍩 Fresh doughnuts and waffles 🍬 The Treat Stop 🎧 DJ 🎆 Professional fireworks display 🎆 And more…

*Plus – the money we raise will go towards helping us develop our outdoor learning area for the children.

*Wristbands available: 1 Adult + 2 Children – £5 2 Adults + 5 Children – £10

*Wristbands can be purchased from Drapers’ Maylands Primary School office.

Please note: under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Romford Working Men’s Club Firework Display
Romford Working Men’s Club , 66 Albert Rd, Romord, RM1 2PP
Fri 2nd November 2018 8pm

RWMC Fireworks
For Everyone

Spectate from the club garden. Contact the club for more details. 01708 702202

Maylands Golf Club Firework Spectacular
Maylands Golf Club, Colchester Road, Romford, RM3 0AZ
Sun 4th November 2018 3pm – 8pm

Book ahead
For Everyone

Doors open at 3pm and the display is at 6.30pm Fireworks Display, Face painter, Children’s rides, Hot and cold food stalls, Gift and craft stalls and much more! Tickets in advance £8.00 Adults and £4.00 Children (Tickets very limited) Tickets on the door £10.00 Adults and £5.00 Children (Depending on if we are have reached capacity) Please note car parking is limited – click the web link to buy your tickets now!

The Cooper’s Company and Coborn School Firework Display
The Cooper’s Company & Coborn School, St Mary’s Lane, Upminster, RM14 3HS
Sat 10th November 2018 Gates open 5:30pm

Tickets in advance from the school office – limited parking available on the evening.

St James’s Church Scout Group
173 Chase Cross Road, Romford
Saturday 3rd November 2018 6.30pm

St Edwards Church
Market Place, Romford
Saturday 3rd November 5.30pm

In the garden at the rear of the church.

Gates will open at 5.30pm for a 6.15pm start.

Romford Working Men’s Club Firework Display
66 Albert Rd, Romford, RM1 2PP
Friday 2nd November 8pm.

Spectate from the club garden. Contact the club for more details. 01708 702202

Barley Lane Primary School
Huxley Drive, Chadwell Heath, RM6 4RJ
Saturday 3rd November 6pm

You can purchase tickets at the school, outside the Nursery and in Eddies Newsagents at 845 High Road, Ilford.

Billericay Round Table
Lakes Meadows Park, Billericay, Essex, CM12 0AQ
Saturday 3rd November 2018 5.30pm

The 49th annual Billericay Charity Fireworks spectacular will be held on Saturday 3rd November 2018 in beautiful Lake Meadows park, with the lake providing the backdrop for both fireworks displays.

There are six ticketed entrance gates:

  • (Main Gate) Radford Way
  • Hill House Drive
  • Lake Avenue
  • Knightbridge Walk
  • Perry Street
  • Footpath from Cromwell Avenue

These gates also operate as the event exits.

The event is expected to sell out in advance and tickets are unlikely to be available on gate.
Please book in advance to avoid disappointment

Standard Prices – from 1st Nov 2018

Adult £9 • Child £6 • Family £28

Firework Night at David Lloyd
David Lloyd Gidea Park, Squirrels Heath Lane, Gidea Park, RM112 Romford, United Kingdom
Monday 5th November 6.30pm

Don’t miss out on one of our biggest family events of the year!
As well as a fantastic firework display we have a DJ and live entertainment for you throughout the night.
Get your tickets at reception today!

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One thought on “Fireworks Night in and around Havering 2018

  1. colin glen

    just read above that harrow lodge park ( i’m one street away from it ) is putting on fireworks from 2pm to 11pm tomorrow 10th November. this will be the 8th day in a row that I will be trying to calm a dog .. to prevent him from burrowing under a heavy settee and potentially hurting himself. I’ve really had enough of this senseless need to disturb the peace with unbelievably loud explosions. and why do they do it?.. apparently it’s to celebrate the torture and hideous execution of a catholic. you couldn’t make it up!

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