Winchester Bonfire and Fireworks 2020 has been cancelled this year due to Covid-19.
The Winchester Round Table Bonfire & Fireworks event takes place in the heart of the UK's most special city, Winchester on Saturday 9th November 2019. Each year, the city centre procession, the lighting of the Bonfire and the spectacular Fireworks display is a huge success. Bringing together the city with all profits going to local organisations and charities, sparking a difference in our local community. The Bonfire, Fireworks spectacular and procession is a sight to behold as over 20,000 gather to celebrate the failed plot of Guy Fawkes.
The event will start at 6pm on The Broadway by King Alfred’s Statue, the torchlit procession meanders its way through the historical streets of Winchester to the fields behind River Park.
At 7.15pm, the huge Bonfire is lit, and at 7.45pm the legendary Fireworks Spectacular will take place.
The event is not run for profit, all profits to go to the Winchester Round Table Charitable Trust Fund to help local people who really need it. Last year the event raised over £65,000.
Tickets: Information coming soon.
Please note tickets must be purchased in advance of the event. There will be no tickets for sale on the gates.
A variety of hot food, drinks and sweets will be available on-site. There will be an on-site bar for the purchase of local beers and lagers.
Through out the evening there will be live music and performances.
Please use public transport due to road closures on the night. The nearest car parks to the Bonfire site are quite small – the Cattle Market, St Peter’s Car Park and the Winchester Hotel Car Park on Worthy Road. If you are planning to park and walk the route of the torchlit procession, please park in the city centre multi-story car parks.
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