Fireworks in Cornwall 2015

I already write a what’s on in Cornwall guide, and have written an Autumn edition, but I thought I’d do a quick separate Fireworks one, to make it easier to find them all. Here’s a list of fireworks in Cornwall for 2015, and I will be adding to it if I spy any more fireworks’ displays, so if you run one yourself or know of one, then please do let me know.

Fireworks in Cornwall 2015

Wednesday 28th October:

Flambards in Helston will have their annual Halloween fireworks display and entertainment in the evening. During the day there will also be a spooky pumpkin trail and the usual rides and attractions.

 

Thursday 5th November:

Bodmin & Grand Firework Display on the football field at Priory Park Bodmin. The gates open at 6pm, they are to music with a James Bond through the years theme, but the ticketing is a bit different from normal, so pop to the Bodmin Live website to find out more.

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The Falmouth Community fire brigade will have their annual fireworks display at Falmouth Cricket Club. It opens at 5.45pm with the fireworks at 7pm – if you decide to go to this one, arrive early as when we went last year it was very busy, Pirate FM were there last year and it was a really good display

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The Mermaid Inn at Porth in Newquay has it’s annual fireworks display on from 6pm til 9pm with fireworks being let off from Porth Island. The Inn will also be serving food all evening.

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The display at Tremorvah Fields Truro opens it’s gates at 5pm, with fireworks at 6.45pm. There will be food and a bonfire and the entry is £3 per adult and a £1 per child over the age of 4. Any child who brings along a Guy can get in for free though.

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The Rockpool Bar at Gwithian Hayle (TR27 5ED) have a BBQ from 6.30pm, a bonfire from 7pm and fireworks at 8pm. There will also be live entertainment in the bar afterwards along with mulled cider and wine to warm you up. It’s actually free to watch these fireworks, although they do appreciate a donation 10% of which goes to the RNLI who do an amazing job.

 

Friday 6th November:

Camborne school Rosemellin Community Primary (TR14 8PG) has their fireworks display from 6pm

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Carnglaze Caverns in St Neot near Liskeard (PL14 6HQ) have a Whizz Bang Boogie evening from 6.45pm with music by The King Earle Boogie Band, a BBQ and fireworks. Adults £10.00 Children £5.00. Check out Carnglaze’s website for more information and location details.

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Bude Rugby Football Club have a bbq, bar, bonfire, best Guy competition and obviously fireworks display on from 6pm onwards. Adults £5, Kids £3 and under threes are free.

Saturday 7th November:

 

There is a display at Tregony Sports Club, with the gates opening at 6.30pm. The Hub radio station will be there for the evening as well. Adults are £4, and under 16’s are £3 entry.

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Wadebridge Camels Rugby Club (PL27 6AQ) have fireworks, live music, 2 bars, barbecue and face painting. The gates open at 6pm.

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Pirate FM are at the Callington fireworks, which are being held at the Callington Community College from 7pm. There will be music, goodies and car stickers with Pirate FM, hot food and obviously fireworks! This display is free to enter, with all donations collected going to Help for Heroes.

Saturday 28th November:

Camelford have their Christmas lights switching on, which will also include a fireworks display, all from 6pm.

I will add more to this list and my What’s on in Cornwall posts whenever I hear about another fireworks display or event. Feel free to email me at acornishmum@aol.co.uk or comment below or on my What’s on posts with any display or event you would like me to add, and if it suits my readership then I will.

Stevie x

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  1. 11 October 2015 / 11:24 pm

    St Neot Scout Group host a fabulous firework display by Celebration Pyrotechnics, Bodmin; live music with King Earl Boogie Band; BBQ and licensed bar available. Family fun, raising much needed funds.

  2. 11 October 2015 / 11:43 pm

    Whizz Bang Boogie

    and by special request ~ music by a one off performance from The King Earle Boogie Band

    Friday 6th November 2015 at 6:45 pm

    Adults £10.00 Children £5.00

    Have you ever stood in a stunning Cornish Valley and watched an amazing firework display, where the sounds of which reverberate around the valley walls, as the sky above is transformed with showers of rainbows?

    Have you ever danced in your wellies?

    Have you stood eating burgers & sausages in buns so scrumptiously BBQ’d by scouts that every bite is a gourmet’s treat?

    http://www.carnglaze.com/whizz-bang-boogie-friday-6th-november-2015-645pm

    • 12 October 2015 / 2:04 pm

      Thank you, I’ve added this one on for you above :)

      Stevie

  3. Fern
    12 October 2015 / 12:17 pm

    May have to try go to the plymouth ones. I love fireworks. where I live we can watch all the ones around truro (peoples gardens aswell as the organised events) as we are pretty high and overlook most of truro, we saw loads last year, without leaving the house.. not the same though.. not too sure fireworks events at 33 weeks pregnant is the best idea though.

    • 12 October 2015 / 2:05 pm

      We all love fireworks too! They hold the National Fireworks championships in Plymouth every summer which we loved, though we missed it this year! It gets crazily busy , but it’s a lot of fun and wow 33 weeks already?! Where has that time gone?!

      Stevie x

  4. 12 October 2015 / 12:49 pm

    Perfect timing (as always!!)
    I love bonfire night so was starting to fret a little about not knowing where to head! I’m glad Falmouth puts on a good show :) Nice and close for us too!
    Hope you have a wonderful time wherever you chose!
    Abel x

    http://www.brain-food.co.uk

    • 12 October 2015 / 2:07 pm

      I’m adding more as and when I find out about them, so keep an eye out ;) We love fireworks, so the list will come in handy for us too :)

      Stevie x

  5. 13 October 2015 / 2:22 pm

    November the 5th at Heartlands (Pool/Camborne) are always great too!

    • 13 October 2015 / 5:57 pm

      Ooh I didn’t know they did any there Anna, thanks I’ll look into the time etc :)

      Stevie x

  6. 13 October 2015 / 10:18 pm

    We’re in Cornwall at half term and had discussed going yo the Flambards fireworks, reckon my kids would love that. So excited about coming to Cornwall again soon! X

    • 13 October 2015 / 11:10 pm

      There seems to be loads of fun Halloween stuff on down here this half term :) We’re staying further down west from the Thursday til the Monday as the boys have a staff training day at both schools, and really looking forward to ‘playing tourists’

      Stevie x

  7. 15 October 2015 / 11:25 pm

    Porthminster Beach in St. Ives are having them on the 5th from 7pm! With mulled wine and toffee apples! Plus discounted drinks at the beach bar! :-) x

    • 16 October 2015 / 11:01 am

      Ooh fab Chloe, I’ll add it on thanks for the insider knowledge ;) Sounds good!

      Stevie x

  8. 4 November 2015 / 7:12 pm

    Hi, please would you share

    Saturday November 7th Wadebridge Camels Rugby Club
    PL27 6AQ
    Gates open at 6pm
    BBQ
    2 Bars
    Face painting
    Live Music

    • 4 November 2015 / 8:31 pm

      I’ve added it on for you Lucy

      Stevie :)

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