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The best places to visit this bonfire night!

Cambridge Bonfire Night

Cambridge's Bonfire Night in Midsummer Common is one of the city's most popular events which has proudly been running for over twenty years. This highly popular event provides an amazing firework display, a bonfire, food stalls and fairground rides which makes it a great family event with entertainment for children and refreshments to keep you warm! St Andrew's Park and Ride buses will make everything much simpler, operating before and after the event so that parking isn't an issue. The event also works closely with different charities, with buckets to make donations on the night and a number to text where you can donate £3 which is very appreciated.

Accessibility:

  • A choice of a covered or uncovered viewing area for disabled people and carers
  •  Disabled toilets
  • Parking facilities for disabled people
  • St John ambulance
  • Stewards walking around the grounds wearing fluorescent jackets

There is a full accessibility guide on the website.

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Battersea Park, London

If you're looking at attending a family friendly, feel-good bonfire night event this November, this would be a great display to see! Surrounding Battersea Park, there are many new restaurants, bars and cafes now open to visit before or after the huge firework display. Award-winning pyrotechnicians are behind the illuminations set to fire up the Wandsworth skies whilst music is playing for a striking twenty-two-minute showcase. There's something for all the family to enjoy and it's easy getting to the event with the help of the MBNA Thames Clipper River Bus at the Battersea Power Station Pier. Food and drink stalls are also placed around the park to fulfil your beverage needs, as well as well as glow-in-the dark trinkets on sale for children to enjoy!

 Accessibility:

  • Disabled access to the viewing platform
  • Wheelchair accessible toilets on site
  • Assistance dogs allowed
  • Free assistant tickets

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West Midlands Safari Park - Firework Premier

Celebrate bonfire night at West Midlands Safari Park, where they provide many luxuries to ensure that you have the best night! This event is very family friendly, with funfair rides to keep kids entertained as well as getting many luxuries included with your ticket, such as a hot and cold buffet if you're feeling peckish, a snack selection, a multi-ride wristband to use in the Adventure Theme Park, complimentary drinks on arrival and many more exciting things for all of the family to enjoy while watching the amazing firework display. As well as being family friendly, the animals are kept far away whilst the event is going on with several vets around to make sure they are kept as safe as possible.

Accessibility:

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Free wheelchair hire
  • Disabled parking
  • Disabled toilets
  • First aid
  • Assistance dogs
  • Queue assistance

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Don Valley Bowl Sheffield

Don Valley Bowl Sheffield Held every year in Sheffield After Dark Firework Spectacular next to Sheffield Arena, Yorkshire's big bonfire night attracts up to 20,000 people! This is a great place to go to enjoy bonfire night, providing a giant bonfire, a funfair, food stalls, fire spinners and face painting making it a very family friendly event with facilities for all ages to enjoy - not to mention the legendary firework display set to music later on in the night. If you want a lively and secure environment then this event would be great for you with St John Ambulance on site and a first aid point located next to the funfair, as well as a roaming presence around the grounds. This event is very accessible for wheelchair users with a ramp into the bowl and disabled toilets provided at the event.

Accessibility:

  • Disabled parking facilities at Ice Sheffield
  • Ramp access into bowl
  • Free carer ticket
  • Assistance Dogs

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