Fun and fireworks

We do love a firework, a gloved mitt holding a sparkler, and a glass of something spiced to warm the cockles!

Here's the best places for you to watch fireworks and bonfires!

St Florence Bonfire and Firework Display 5th November - 6pm

Set on the St Florence sports field and village hall, this event is so popular you may want to buy tickets ahead of time to avoid the queues!

Last year they set fire to the House of Commons!

St Florence fireworks

This event grows every year - the ‘biggest bonfire in Pembrokeshire’ promises to go off with a bang.

Keep warm with a barbecue supper and numerous goodies from the various stalls, enjoy the face painting and the bouncy castle and then warm your fingers by the bonfire.

Get there before 6:30 if you want to enter the 'best Guy' competition too! Tickets are £2.50 for adults and £1 for children, and there’s a heavily recommended park and ride service available from the Manor House car park.

Llysyfran Reservoir 5th November 7:15pm

Llysyfran YFC are holding their annual fireworks display at Llysyfran Reservoir

The bonfire will be lit at 7.15pm and the fireworks display will start at 7.45pm. There will be music on the night and refreshments available. Entry costs £2 for all.

Templeton firework 5th November 6:30pm

The display and bonfire gets underway at 6.30pm on the village green. Hot food and drinks will be available.

Whitland Fireworks 5th November from 6pm

Whitland fireworks display takes place at in Parc Dr Owen. Gates open at 6pm and the fireworks start at 7.30pm. Market Street will be closed to traffic that evening. The closure will take place between 6.30pm and 9pm and will see the street closed from its junction with St John Street to its junction with St Mary's Street - a total distance of approximately 250 metres. The alternative route for westbound traffic will be via Spring Gardens, the A40 and West Street, and vice versa for eastbound traffic.

St Dogmaels Fireworks 5th November 7pm

Fireworks will be held at Alexandra Gardens with refreshments available.

Haverfordwest Rugby Club 5th November from 6:15pm

The bonfire will be lit at 6.15pm and the firework display will start at 7.15pm. Entry costs £3 for adults and £2 for children.

Hook Sports and Social Club 5th November from 6pm,

The firework display starts at 7pm. Entry costs £3 for adults and £2 for children. Hot dogs and burgers will be on sale throughout the evening.

Milford Haven Round Table presents Firework Display 5th November - 5:30pm-8:30pm

Voted one of the best displays in Wales, this busy event down on Mackerel Quay has free entry and attracts crowds of visitors every year.

This year the music will be provided by 102.5 Radio Pembrokeshire, with local acts performing all evening.

With food and drink available and rides to keep all the family entertained, its looks set to be a cracking evening of entertainment! Please note that sparklers wont be allowed due to the crowds.

Cilgerran Bonfire Night 5th November from 7pm.

Once more Cilgerran Festive Committee are putting on a great family bonfire night. There will be a licenced bar, BBQ and refreshmnets. the bonfire will be lit at 7pm with fireworks at 7:30. Its afree events but donation would be welcomed on the gate.

Fireworks

Solva Community Fireworks 6th November 6:30pm

Taking place on lower Solva car park, the fireworks are expected between 6:30 and 7pm. The event is free but donations welcome.

Rotary Club of Tenby Annual Bonfire & Firework Night 6th November 5:30pm

Placed at Tenby rugby grounds on Heywood Lane this event is a favourite with locals and visitors alike with the mini rugby tournament proving very popular. Grab a hot chocolate to warm your fingertips and take a stroll around the stalls before grabbing a spot near the bonfire to watch the fireworks from. There are two sets of fireworks, one slightly earlier at 7:15 for the younger children. Perfect! 

Glogue Quarry Firework Night Friday 6th November 7pm

Organised by Canolfan Hermon inside the quarry. Come and enjoy a traditional bonfire night with food and drinks provided by Hermon YFC

Did we miss one of your favourite places to watch fireworks? Or are you really excited about this years event in your area? Let us know on Facebook or Twitter - we’d love to hear from you!

WEATHER
 Such a beautiful idyllic place to holiday and I've been visiting every year since I was a child. Would definitely recommend it as top spot to take a break. 
Louise, Wolverhampton

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