Heaton Park Fireworks Display

Heaton Park Fireworks Display 2017

Heaton Park Fireworks, Manchester biggest annual Bonfire night display, will see thousands of people descend on Heaton Park on Sunday, 5th November 2017.

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Essential Details at a glance

  • Date: Sunday, 5th November 2017
  • Price: Free.
  • Time: Gates open at 5.00 pm
  • Location: Directions

Heaton Park Fireworks Display Description:

Join in, be among the visitors who enjoy a wonderful annual tradition.

What’s more, gates open at 5 pm with a funfair from until 9.30pm The bonfire lit near 7.30 pm followed by the grand fireworks.

With this in mind, If you are planning to come by car, you will find the park is just off Middleton Road M25 2SW.

Entrances to Heaton Park found on St Margaret’s Road (M25 2GT) Smithy Lodge (M25 2SW) and Sheepfoot Lane (M25 ODL)

To emphasize parking at the event is very limited, and you are advised to come via public transport or plan your journey a little early.

Additionally, there is a charge for parking, at £5 if you wish to save that, there are plenty of bus routes for you to consider.

However, Heaton Park can be accessed via the following bus routes 135, 59, 64, 484, 495, 164 and 165.

The fireworks show is free, and This means huge turn out for visitors. Please give yourself half hour to 45 minutes to avoid the queues.

In brief, allow yourself half hour to 45 minutes to avoid the queues.

Heaton Park Bonfire Night 2017

It is strongly advised not to bring any animals to the event, if you need to bring service dogs, please get in touch.

You are also strongly advised not to bring any fireworks, such as sparklers, or consumer fireworks and alcohol.

Advised to the public is to wear appropriate clothing and to bring a torch if you have one.

Please follow any safety advice given during the Heaton Park Bonfire and Fireworks Display event.

Furthermore, you may get presented with barriers, standing points, the city council will advise visitors to stay behind them.

If you have questions regarding disability access, please get in touch with the council.

Finally, the grounds may be soggy and slippery, wearing suitable footwear for the type of night weather will be an ideal choice.

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