Firework Displays in Lymington and New Forest 2017

Firework Displays in Lymington and the New Forest.

Gunpowder, treason and plot! 2017 Bonfire night in Lymington and the New Forest.

fireworks displays


  • Sunday 5 November in East Boldre.

This year, the Bonfire Night party at the East Boldre Old School Fields will be taking place on Sunday 5 November. Refreshments from 5.30pm, bonfire starts at 6pm, fireworks at 6.30pm. BBQ, tea, cake and lots of other lovely treats. Perfect for little kids and the big kids too! Free entry but donations welcome. Lots of Lymington folk came along to this display last year - East Boldre were delighted and hope it'll happen again...it’s such a lovely traditional event like a kind of throwback to family bonfire parties of olden days.

If you're keen to see Fireworks over half term or in the the run up to Guy Fawkes night, please see the summary below:


Firework displays leading up to bonfire night


  • Beaulieu fireworks 2017Friday 27 October in Brockenhurst.

Brockenhurst village fireworks are on Friday 27 October at Brockenhurst Football Club in Grigg Lane. The event starts at 6pm with firework display at 7pm. Tickets required, available on the gate.


  • Saturday 28 October at Beaulieu.

One of the largest firework displays in the south, choreographed to Broadway music with a range of entertainment for the whole family. Fireworks (approx) 7.30pm. Admission with Fireworks tickets from 3:00pm. Adult £14.00, Child £8.70, Family £40.00. Find out more...


  • Saturday 28 October at Hurst View Campsite in Lymington.

Fireworks Display for Hurst View guests on Saturday 28 October. Guests booked in to the camp site may take along their own fireworks which the official lighter will set off into the night sky. There will also be a bonfire, plus burgers and jacket potatoes available. 


  • st lukes school bonfire and fireworksSunday 29 October in New Milton.

Firework display at Fawcett Field in New Milton - the 53rd display organised by New Milton Round Table in aid of local charities. Gates open 6pm, fireworks at 7pm.


  • Friday 3 November at St Luke's School in Sway.

Gates open 5pm, fireworks start at 6pm. Bonfire and guy procession. Tickets £6 per person (£5 in purchased in advance) with pre schoolers going free. This is usually an excellent display, set to music and raises funds for the school. Tickets are available from the school office, Sway Newsagents and Winkworths Estate Agents.


  • Saturday 4 November in Boldre

 Pilley Recreation Ground.


  • Friday 3 November in Lyndhurst.

Lyndhurst Fireworks Display takes place at Lyndhurst Junior Football Club, Colesmead Recreation Ground. Gates open 6.30pm and Firework Display at 7pm. Tickets on the gate.


Remember the safety code if planning fireworks at home!

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

  1. Plan 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 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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