Bonfire Night and Firework Displays in the New Forest 2022

Firework Displays in Lymington and the New Forest

Gunpowder, treason and plot! 2022 Bonfire night in the New Forest and surrounding areas.

Here is our guide to Bonfire Night in the New Forest. Whether you are looking for a large, spectacular firework display or a local Bonfire Night celebration, find here details. Some accept payment at the gate, whilst others require tickets in advance - be sure to check full details by clicking the links!

Planning fireworks at home? See below also the RoSPA Firework Safety Code and take care. Be mindful that fireworks can scare animals and seriously worry some people.

Read on for the full lowdown...



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Friday 28th October in Brockenhurst

Brockenhurst Football Club annual bonfire celebrations from 6pm. Fantastic family event with stalls, a fire engine display, live music, hot food and refreshments. Adults £6, children & senior citizens £3, family ticket £15. Find out more...

Saturday 29th October in New Milton

Firework display organised by New Milton Round Table in aid of local charities. Gates open 5.30pm, the bonfire will be lit at 6pm, then fireworks at 7pm. There'll be delicious hot food to warm you up, hot chocolate and the children can enjoy the rides on the night. Adults £6, children £4 (children aged under 4 go free). Find out more...

Saturday 29th October in Exbury

Spooktastic Bonfire and Fireworks Night at Exbury Club. Gates open 5pm. Tickets in advance only: £10 Cars, £15 Van/Mini Bus £2 Walkers. There is a carpark but limited parking. Halloween fancy dress! Candy floss, hot drinks, doughnuts, tombola, rides for small children, BBQ, glow sticks, sweets, hot chestnuts! Find out more...

Friday 4th November in Bransgore

Annual Bransgore School Association (BSA) Bonfire and Fireworks display at the Three Tuns Inn, Bransgore. Gates open at 5:30 pm. There will be no bonfire this year but a great variety of new stalls this year for added family fun, hot food and delicious treats, plus snacks and novelty glow products on sale. Find out more...

Friday 4th November in Lyndhurst

Bonfire and firework display hosted by Lyndhurst Junior Football Club and Lyndhurst Scouts at Coles Mead Recreations Ground, Wellands Road Lyndhurst. From 6.30pm, entry £3 per adult and £1 per child. No parking available on site, walk-up only. Find out more...

Saturday 5th November at Strawberry Fields, Lymington - CANCELLED

Fireworks, bonfire, live music and family fun just outside Lymington at Strawberry Fields (location of the weekly car boot sale) Firework display by 2x winners of the British Fireworks Championships. Huge bonfire, fire performer, fairground attractions, 'tipsy can' bar and more. From 4pm. Find out more...

Sunday 6th November at Totton & Eling Cricket Club

Totton and Eling Cricket Club's annual firework display is back for 2022, with host DJ, children’s fairground rides, stalls, bars and hot refreshments. Gates open at 4.30pm to enable you to soak up the atmosphere and make the most of the additional entertainment. Show starts at 6.30pm. Limited parking at Abbotswood School. Buy your tickets in advance. Find out more...

Sunday 5th November in Ringwood

Ringwood's Bonfire and Fireworks Display takes place at Carvers Playing Field, with hog roast, food stalls, beer tent and small fairground rides, so there's plenty on offer for the whole family! Starts at 3pm. Low noise firework display at 5.30pm, main firework display 7pm. Find out more...


Remember the safety code if planning fireworks at home!

If you are planning a firework display at home, remember the RoSPA Firework Safety Code:

  1. sparklerPlan your firework display to make it safe and enjoyable

  2. Keep fireworks in a closed box and use them one at a time

  3. Read and follow the instructions on each firework using a torch if necessary

  4. Light the firework at arm's length with a taper and stand well back

  5. Keep naked flames, including cigarettes, away from fireworks

  6. Never return to a firework once it has been lit

  7. Don't put fireworks in pockets and never throw them

  8. Direct any rocket fireworks well away from spectators

  9. Never use paraffin or petrol on a bonfire

  10. Make sure that the fire is out and the surroundings are made safe before leaving

Young people should watch and enjoy fireworks at a safe distance and follow the safety rules for using sparklers. Only adults should deal with firework displays and the lighting of fireworks. They should also take care of the safe disposal of fireworks once they have been used.

With some firework displays overlapping with Halloween this year, be especially careful with - or avoid - the combination of fancy dress and sparklers or bonfires. For more information on how to keep safe, visit www.saferfireworks.com.




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