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Best firework displays in Torquay & Torbay 2019

Back for 2019 is our Best Firework display guide.

Crammed with all the firework displays across Torbay, complete with times, oh and of course the important details including food options.

So grab yourself a cuppa, and make your bonfire night go with a bang.

Brixham Kicks off Bonfire and Fireworks Night 

Kick start your bonfire and firework season by visiting Galmpton Touring Park on the 1st November 2018.

At 5:40pm a fire torch procession will leave The Manor Inn, followed by the main bonfire lighting ceremony taking place at 6:40pm.

A Pyrotechnic display is set to start at approximately 7:30pm along side this will be a whole host of exciting musical entertainment.

The evening will be rounded off with an amazing firework finale at 9pm, all in aid of Rowcroft Hospice.

Firework Displays in Brixham

Fireworks at Lupton House

You’re going to need to get your hands on some tickets for this annual marvel event.

Once again you can enjoy a stunning display of fireworks and more, in the grounds of Lupton House.

Lupton House is a grade II listed building, with a history that dates back to the 18th Century.

On the day you can get your hands on glow products and sparklers as well as tasting some delicious food fresh from the BBQ.

Tickets are available at a cost of £7.50 each and if you miss the event on the 3rd November, good news you can catch the event again on Sunday the 4th November 2018.

Firework displays in Torquay

In Torquay, public firework displays are being kick started this year, again, by Watcombe Primary School, on Monday 5th November 2018 at 5:30pm.

Nothing quite says bonfire night light the smell of burning wood and a delicious smelling BBQ all washed down with a firework spectacular.

There will also be an array of glow products and sparklers for you to purchase on the night.

Of course we’d recommend you wear gloves and wrap up warmly, as it’s meant to be a cool night.

Tickets for this event are available at Watcombe Primary school and cost £4 for an Adult and £3 per child.

Grab yourself a family ticket, 2 Adults and 3 Children, for just £12

You can find out more information about the firework and bonfire night by visiting the Watcombe Primary School website.

Bonfire and Firework nights in Torquay

Can’t make it to Watcombe?  

Then head over to Sherwell Valley Primary School on Monday 5th November for a huge bonfire and firework display.

Please note this event is a tickets only event, and none are available on the gate, booking is essential.

Kick starting, earlier than most, so its perfect for the kids, at 17:00.

Enjoy the roar of a huge bonfire, cracking of wood and a firework display that is guaranteed to light up the night sky, far and wide.

Tickets are just £5 for an adult and £3 for a child, or for an entire family of 4 you will pay just £13.

This event is made even better with a huge selection of food, made available from a range of trucks selling burgers, sausages and more.

More details and tickets are available directly from the Sherwell Valley Primary school website.

Running a bonfire/firework display in Torbay?  

If we’ve missed your event in Torbay, let us know and we’ll be sure to add it on to our website.

You can submit your bonfire and fireworks nights to the website by using the contact form.

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