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Bromley firework displays 2017: Plan your night out with our essential guide

PUBLISHED: 16:00 09 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:00 09 October 2017

Firework displays will light up the sky in November

Firework displays will light up the sky in November

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A number of locations across the borough are hosting firework displays

The skies above Bromley will be lit up next month as towns across the borough celebrate Guy Fawkes night.

Firework displays, bonfires and fun fairs will all be held as part of the annual celebrations, but with November 5 just a few weeks away, it’s time to decide which display you’ll be headed to.

Check out our must-see list of different display taking place next month.

The firework nights around Bromley are:

Where: Club Langley, 2 Hawksbrook Lane, Beckenham, BR3 3SR.

Date: November 4.

Time: Gates open at 5.30pm, main display at 7pm.

What: The Rotary Club of West Wickham’s firework display will be raising money for charity while lighting up the Beckenham sky..

Entry prices: Children (5+) £3.50, adults £6.50, family tickets (two adults, two children, in advance) £15.

Tickets: Available here.

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Where: Croydon Road Recreation Ground, Croydon Road, Beckenham, BR3 3PR.

Date: November 4.

Time: Gates open at 5pm, ‘quiet display’ with no bangs at 6pm, main display at 7.45pm.

What: This firework display has been running since 1946, with food stalls, a funfair and face painting all on offer this year.

Entry prices: Children (11+) £5, Adults £10, family tickets (two adults, two children or one adult, three children) £20.

Tickets: At the gate.

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Where: Chislehurst Recreation Ground, Empress Drive, Chislehurst BR7 5BG.

Date: November 4.

Time: Gates at 5.30pm, display at 7pm.

What: Join thousands of other revellers for Chislehurst’s biggest calendar event with dance performances, food stalls and a fun fair.

Entry prices: Children (4-14) £5, Adults £8, two adults £15, family tickets (including three children) £20.

Tickets: Can be bought at a discount in nearby shops or online via www.visitchislehurst.org.uk/fireworks.

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Where: Crystal Palace Park, Thicket Road, SE19 2GA.

Date: November 5.

Time: Gates open at 6pm, children’s show at 7pm, gates close at 8.15pm and main show at 8.30pm.

What: The pre-sale only event will offer food and drink stalls.

Entry prices: Children (11+) £5, Adults £10, family tickets (two adults, two children or one adult, three children) £20.

Tickets: Available here.

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Where: Hayes Primary School, George Lane, Hayes BR2 7LQ.

Date: November 4.

Time: 7pm

What: Hayes Primary School’s PTA has arranged its annual firework display.

Entry prices: TBA.

Tickets: TBA.

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Where: High Elms Golf Course, High Elms Road, Downe, BR6 7JL.

Date: November 3.

Time: Admission opens at 6pm.

What: Face painting and a DJ will accompany Downe’s firework display, which will have food and drink available to purchase along with glow items.

Entry prices: Children (5+) and over 60s £5, Adults £8, family of four £18.

Tickets: 01689 858175 or anne.gaff@mytimeactive.co.uk.

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