Bonfires and fireworks

Wrap up warm and head out one of the great fireworks displays happening across Pembrokeshire this Guy Fawkes weekend.

Friday 3rd November 2017


The bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm and the firework display will start at 7.30pm. Entry costs £3 for adults and £2 for children. Location: Rugby Club, Pembroke Road

Glogue Quarry

Organised by Canolfan Hermon inside the quarry. Come and enjoy a traditional bonfire night with food and drinks provided by Hermon YFC. Starts at 7pm. Adults £3, Child £1


Organised by the Tenby Rotary Club and held at Tenby rugby ground on Heywood Lane. Two fireworks displays, a bonfire, mini fair, inflatable bull racing, hot food, and drinks available, local schools' Guy competition result. Money raised goes to charity and good causes. From 5:30pm.

Fireworks 2017

Saturday 4th November 2017

St Dogmaels

Village fireworks take place at Alexandra Gardens. Fun begins at 7pm. This is a free event but donation buckets will help towards 2018 event. No sparklers on site please


Hook Sports and Social club have organised their annual bonfire & fireworks. Gates open 6pm, fire lit at 6:30pm and fireworks at 7pm. With a bar, burgers & hot dogs. Entry adults £3 and children £2.


Fireworks from lower Solva car park beginning at 7pm


Goodwick Scout Group are hosting their fireworks from 6pm at the scout hall on The Parrog. Fireworks start at 6:30pm with BBQ and refreshments. Free entry.


Hosted by The Plough Inn, fireworks begin at 7:30pm with food and free entry.

Sunday 5th November 2017

Milford Haven

This year’s event will take place from 4:30-8:30pm at the Mackerel Quay, Milford Waterfront with plenty to entertain the whole family - funfair, food and drinks, stalls and live music. Free entry.


Annual fireworks display at the football field in Cilgerran. Free entry but donations welcome. BBQ and bar available. Fun starts at 6pm.

St Florence

Bonfire and fireworks in St Florence with a bouncy castle, Stalls, raffle with Vouchers & so much more. License bar, mulled wine, jacket potatoes, & burgers. Park & ride from Manor House car park. This is a ticketed event – tickets available from the shop £2.50 adults £1.00 children 3 & under FREE

St Florence fireworks and bonfire 2017

Pembroke Dock

At The Cricketers Pub, Imble Lane. Gates open at 6:30pm with the fireworks starting at 7:30pm. Adults £5, child £3, family ticket (2Ad &2 Ch) £10 . Please note NO sparklers allowed.

The weather is set fine this weekend so have a safe and fun filled Guy Fawkes. Don't forget to share your adventures with us on Facebook and Instagram.


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