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Mulberry Cottages’ Bonfire & Fireworks Event Ideas

Top 5 Places to go for Fireworks & Bonfire Night Weekend


1. Leeds Castle Fireworks Spectacular, Kent

Every year Leeds Castle throw a fun-themed event for all the family to enjoy. This year it’s ‘Go Wild’, a show inspired by all the animals in the world. Entertainment starts from the afternoon, this Saturday 7th November, with comedy shows, jungle music and dancing and a variety of stalls with hot and cold refreshments. From 5.30pm the ‘Wild’ firework display begins. For more event information visit : www.leeds-castle.com

A Mulberry Cottage available for this weekend:

Pheasant Cabin, Ulcombe (sleeps 4+2) is only 8 minutes away from Leeds Castle

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2. Fairview Fireworks Party, Cheltenham

With two firework displays, one more child friendly followed by the main show. Held at the Cheltenham Cricket Club, this Friday 6th November, ideal for the whole family with fairground stalls, music, food and lots more.

For more event information visit: http://www.soglos.com/children-family/37708/Fairview-Fireworks-Party-in-Cheltenham


A Mulberry Cottage available for this weekend:

Cherry Villa, Cheltenham (sleeps 8) is only 4 minutes away from the Cheltenham Cricket Club

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3. Cirencester Fireworks Display

View the fabulous firework display at the Cirencester Rugby Club on Saturday 7th November, with lots of other fun family entertainment such as a fun fair, inflatable slides, food and drink and even a guest appearance from ‘Deirdre the Dragon’!  For more info see here: http://www.soglos.com/children-family/29499/Cirencester-fireworks-display


A Mulberry Cottage available for this weekend:

Apsley Cottage, Nr Cirencester (sleeps 5+1)  is only 15 minutes from Cirencester Rugby Club

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4. Lewes Bonfire Night

For a truly unforgettable bonfire night experience, Lewes is the place to go to celebrate the 5th of November. With a parade through the streets and local societies dressed up for the occasion, holding burning torches like a scene from ‘Beauty and the Beast’. It’s definitely a unique event with gatherings of 1000s of people . For further information please see here: http://www.lewesbonfirecelebrations.com/ or just click here to see our blog!


A Mulberry Cottage available for this weekend:

Roman Way, Kingston (sleeps 2) is only 11 minutes away from Lewes High Street.

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5. Winchester Bonfire 

This year will be the 57th annual Winchester Bonfire and Fireworks event held at the heart of the city. With the procession that starts from 6pm on Saturday and the Fireworks spectacular from 7.45, it’s particularly special since all the money raised on this evening is given back to the local community and charities.  For more information, please visit: http://www.winchesterbonfire.co.uk/


A Mulberry Cottage available for this weekend:

The Cottage in St Johns, Winchester (sleeps 4)  is 15 minutes from the centre.

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Whatever you do this weekend to celebrate Bonfire Night, make sure you’re safe. Enjoy!!

Teenage girls celebrating and laughing with bright sparklers

Celebrating Bonfire Night Safely!!

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