Five of the best firework displays to attend in Chelmsford this Bonfire Night

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It may be over a week until Bonfire Night but it’s never too early to start planning ahead, so here are five firework displays we recommend attending in Chelmsford.

Stood in groups of friends or family, supporting local charities and organisations, there’s something about a firework bonanza that just makes it so amazing. However, the safest way to enjoy bonfire night is to attend one of the many events held across the county.

Divisional Officer Neil Fenwick, Community Safety, said: “Organised displays are bigger, better, cheaper and far safer than holding your own fireworks party.

“These displays last longer and are far more impressive than anything seen at a back garden firework display. They also benefit a lot of good causes.”

So here are some of the best firework displays in Chelmsford that will be taking place this year.


Where: Admirals Park

When: Saturday 3 November from 4pm

Admission: Adult £7.00, Child (3 to 16) £5.00 – VIP packages are also available

This year’s display at the City centre park will be the 42nd organised by the Rotary Club. With entertainment, fairground rides, food and drink available on-site, there’s plenty to enjoy alongside the firework display. Want to enjoy the display in style? Purchase VIP tickets and you’ll gain access to private toilets and a private bar inside the VIP tent.

For more info on the Chelmsford firework display, head to the official website here.


Where: The Boswells School

When: Saturday 27 October from 5pm

Admission: £6 for all, Under-5s Free.

Another display organised by a local youth organisation. The 1st North Springfield’s annual firework display at The Boswells School includes inflatables, live entertainment and a fire show in addition to the firework display.

For more information and to purchase tickets click here.


Where: Well Lane, Danbury

When: Saturday 3 November from 5.30pm

Admission: Adult £8.00, Under-13s £4.00 – all prices are based on purchasing on the gate.

Celebrating 50 years since their first firework display, Danbury Fireworks is a non-commercial display organised by a team of volunteers from the 1st Danbury Scout Group. Any funds raised go towards a number of local charities and organisations. Other entertainment options will be available to visit on-site, including: giant bonfire, beer tent, food outlets, hot drinks, stage entertainment and fairground rides. Fire jugglers will perform before and after the display, face painters will be on hand to cater for younger visitors.

For more information and to purchase discounted admission in advance, click here.


Where: Moulsham Junior School

When: Friday 2 November from 6pm

Admission: Adult £6.00, Child (Under 16) £4.00

Head along to Moulsham Junior School for another fantastic event hosted by the Friends Of Moulsham School. Held with a family-friendly atmosphere, the event will include an on-site DJ and food and drink outlets available.

You can purchase your tickets for the event by clicking here.


Where: Chelmer Valley High School

When: Friday 2 November from 6pm

Admission: Adult £7.00, Child (4 to 16) £5.00 – ticket prices are cheaper when purchased in advance

A popular destination for many pyrotechnic fans, Chelmer Valley High School will be hosting another firework display this Bonfire Night. In addition to an excellent firework display set to music, a licensed bar, food, amusements and rides will also be available.

More information, including how to purchase tickets, on the upcoming firework display at one of the City’s main Secondary Schools can be found here.

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