The twin event of the Morden Bonfire night, this event has a smaller capacity but is one of few actually held on November the 5th. Much like its sister event, the show has two sets. One starts earlier for kids, while there’s another a little later on for adults. The first bonfire will be lit at 6:30 pm, followed 15 minutes later by a child-friendly fireworks display. The second bonfire will be lit at 8:30 pm and followed by a louder display set to a specially designed soundtrack. There will also be a small funfair, food stalls and a bar to keep you busy. Everything wraps up at 10 pm.
Unlike Morden Park, there are no early bird tickets available for Wimbledon. Nor will there be tickets available on the door. Chalk that up to limited space—the only way to get tickets is regular online advance purchase. Adult tickets cost £8.00, children between the ages of 5-16 are £6.00 and under-fives are free! Families can scoop up a £25.00 ticket in advance (in the two-adults-two-children format). Nuclear families rejoice.
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