Bonfire Night in Crewe & Nantwich
5th October 2012
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Summer has definitely left us and autumn has arrived, and that means Bonfire Night is just around the corner.

South Cheshire is a fantastic place to celebrate Bonfire Night with lots of local organised events for you to take part in. We have listed below the main Bonfire & Firework shows in the Crewe & Nantwich area, but please if you know of any more let us know.


Friday 2nd November 2012

Haslington cricket club
Fireworks supplied by Blitz of Crewe
Gates open at 5pm.
Tickets: Adults £5 and Children £3
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Sydney Arms Crewe
Jason Dale and Hayley Strange Love as the Johnny Cash Show with June Carter- Cat FM radio - Funfair - Hot Dogs and Burgers - and more
Gates open at 6pm.
Tickets: Adults £4 and Children £2
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Saturday 3rd November 2012

Hosted by Crewe and Nantwich Lions
Queens Park
Gates Open at 5:00pm
Tickets: Adults £6, Children £4
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One of the biggest bonfires in the North West
Betley Court Farm
Gates open at 4:00pm
Tickets: Adults £7, Children £3
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Hosted By Alsager Round Table
Adjacent to The Plough Inn
Gates open at 6:00pm
Tickets: Adults £5, Children £3
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Hosted by Sanbach Lions
Fireworks supplied by Blitz of Crewe
Sandbach Park (CW11 1FJ)
Gates open at 5 pm.
Tickets: £6 for adults and £4 for children
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Hosted by Audlem Special Events Team
Gates open at 4:00pm
Tickets: £4 in advance £5 on the door
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The Firework Code

Always follow the firework code, stick to these simple rules, and be safe this bonfire night.

  • only buy fireworks marked BS 7114
  • don’t drink alcohol if you’re setting off fireworks
  • store fireworks in a closed box
  • follow the instructions on each firework
  • light fireworks at arm’s length, using the taper provided
  • stand well back
  • never go near a firework that has been lit - even if it hasn’t gone off it could still explode
  • never put fireworks in your pocket or throw them
  • always supervise children around fireworks
  • light sparklers one at a time and wear gloves
  • never give sparklers to a child under five
  • keep pets indoors
  • don’t set off noisy fireworks late at night and never after 11.00pm (except on certain occasions)
  • take care around open flames such as bonfires and barbecues - all clothes even those labeled ‘low flammability’ can catch fire

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