BONFIRE & FIREWORKS WILL RETURN ON
SATURDAY 8 NOVEMBER 2024
Your ticket purchases and kind donations ensure we can put on a stunning event year after year, plus donate thousands of pounds to Winchester charities and good causes.
NORTH WALLS RECREATION GROUND
Proceeds from tickets, merchandise and donations are given to local good causes and charities, selected by Winchester Round Table.
Everyone in your group (including children and infants in pushchairs) must have their own ticket and wear their own wristband to enter the display area. Only babies in arms (carried throughout) are exempt.
Premium tent opens from 6.30pm and closes 30 minutes after the conclusion of the firework display.
ABBEY GARDENS (CITY CENTRE)
Off Broadway, next to Guildhall
RIVER PARK LEISURE CENTRE
Gate 1 entrance to display site
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The torchlight procession is an annual tradition in Winchester and it’s free to join.
Buy a wax torch and walk the route before the lighting of the bonfire and the firework display.
The procession will begin from Guildhall on The Broadway, up the High Street and across Jewry Street before heading to the firework and bonfire display.
You’ll also find Winchester Round Table vendors along the route with official Bonfire merchandise; your purchases go towards donating to local charities.
This year the Food Festival will begin from 3pm in the main event arena exclusively for ticket holders only.
Roads will be temporarily closed around Winchester city centre and we expect heavy traffic on the night. Parking adjacent to North Walls Recreation Ground will not be available.
Use local Stagecoach bus routes to get to the display.
Roads will be temporarily closed around Winchester city centre and we expect heavy traffic on the night.
6-8pm (unless specified)
8-9pm (unless specified)
“Amazing! A Torch light procession of 20,000 people through the city to the bonfire, followed by fireworks! #winchbonfire”