Bonfire events and firework displays in Hampshire

PUBLISHED: 14:27 23 October 2019 | UPDATED: 14:29 23 October 2019

Winchester Fireworks by Clara Jordan ( via

Winchester Fireworks by Clara Jordan ( via


Remember, remember… Here’s a quick round up of some stunning firework displays across Hampshire this year

Beaulieu - Saturday 26 October

Out of this World will not only celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing but also 50 years since Beaulieu's first fireworks event. Arrive early to enjoy the attractions of Beaulieu, live entertainment and old time fairground rides, before one of the largest fireworks displays in the south.

Ageas Bowl - Friday 1 November

This ever-popular fireworks night returns on Friday 1 November with a stunning 20 minute display. There will be a fun fair, music, games and competitions.

Chawton House - Saturday 2 November

Soak up the atmosphere of Chawton House by candlelight in this rare after-hours opening. Warm by the fire in the Great Hall with a cup of delicious mulled cider before heading to the village to watch Chawton's fireworks spectacular. An opportunity too good to miss!

Petersfield - Saturday 2 November

In its 28th year, the Petersfield Round Table Fireworks Display kicks off at 5.30pm at Bell Hill Recreation Ground (bonfire and fireworks from 6.30pm) with all proceeds being donated to local charities and good causes.

Totton - Sunday 3 November

Taking place at Totton and Eling Cricket Club is this fireworks display celebrating 50 years since the first moon landing. There will be a DJ, fairground rides, bars and refreshments. The show starts at 6.30pm.

Bentley - Friday 8 November

This main event on Carters Meadow kicks off at 6.50pm (gates at 6pm) has an alien theme this year. There will be an alien space ship bonfire, fireworks and plenty of refreshments.

Winchester - Saturday 9 November

The Winchester Bonfire & Fireworks event is celebrating its 61st anniversary this year. Entertainment starts on The Broadway by King Alfred's Statue with the procession travelling through town. The bonfire is lit at 7.15pm with fireworks starting half an hour after that.


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