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What's On: Plan your Bonfire Night
10:56am Monday 29th October 2012 in News
This weekend will see fireworks set off across Warrington for Guy Fawkes Night...
Light up your night at a firework display at Broomfields Junior School on Saturday.
The Bridge Lane school in Appleton will be hosting the display with a variety of fun to keep all ages entertained including fairground rides, go karting and a beer tent.
The fun starts at 6pm and runs until 9pm with tickets costing £4 on the door or at a reduced rate from the school reception.
Gates close at 7.25pm ready for the firework display at 7.30pm.
A BONFIRE takes place at Stockton Heath Scout Centre on Parkgate Road on Saturday.
Gates open at 6.30pm, the bonfire starts at 7pm and the fireworks at 8pm.
There will be a licensed bar, refreshments and a raffle on offer.
Tickets are £3 for adults, £10 for a family.
LYMM Round Table puts on its popular Bonfire Night on Saturday.
Held at Lymm Rugby Club, doors open at 6pm, closely followed by a new children’s fireworks display at 6.30pm, bonfire lighting at 7.15pm and main fireworks display from 8pm.
Tickets are £10 for a family of two adults and two children, £5 for adults and £2 for children.
A BONFIRE night takes place at Thelwall Parish Hall on Saturday.
There will be children’s rides from 5.30pm onwards and the bonfire will be lit at 6pm.
Family friendly fireworks will be supplied with tickets £12 for a family or adults £5 and £3 concessions.
A FIREWORKS event takes place at Appleton Thorn Primary School on Saturday.
Doors open at 6pm with spectacular fireworks promised from 7pm.
There will be hot food, snacks, children’s rides and free parking.
Tickets in advance are £4 adults, £2 children and £12.50 for a family of five and on the night, £5 adults, £3 children and £15 for a family of five.
DOG owners whose canine companions are afraid of firework noises can still celebrate bonfire night with Cheshire Dogs Home’s dog-friendly evening.
The Grappenhall kennels event on Sunday from 7pm will include a traditional bonfire with apple bobbing, a disco, live music, tombola, ‘make a Guy’ competition and no fireworks to the frighten the dogs.
Anna Stansfield, home manager said: “Every year we hear about supporters’ dogs who are terrified of fireworks on Bonfire Night so we decided to take matters into our own hands and invite people here with their dogs.“
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