Bonfire Night Celebrations 2012

Published On October 18, 2012 | By We Love Brighton | Archive

Fireworks by Night – 3 November

Location: Tulleys Farm – Gates open 5pm and Display 7.15pm
Firework family fun at its best. Tulleys Farm will once again be holding their popular ‘Fireworks by Night’ event with a 20 minute firework spectacular and pre firework fire show with high level fire eaters. The award winning Dragon Fireworks display team again bring you a breath taking display beautifully choreographed to music. For further information about Fireworks by Night, visit or call 01342 710471. For prices please see

Family Firework Display – 3 November

Location: The Nevill Sports Ground – Gates 5pm – Display 6.30pm
This is a truly spectacular firework display designed to be suitable for everyone, especially families with children. It will last approximately 25 minutes and is choreographed to a fantastic musical soundtrack. Listen out for some very familiar tunes and a few surprises too! Food stalls will be open all evening, and glow sticks and flashing toys will be on sale at stalls inside the grounds. The Heart Angels will be with them again, doing glow-in-the-dark face painting and taking photos for Advance ticket prices: Adults £6, Children (3-15) £4

Battle Bonfire Night 2012 – 3 November

Location: Battle 7pm-10pm
Battle Bonfire Night celebrations is organised by Battel Bonfire Boyes. Junior procession and Guy competition in the morning with the main procession through the town in the evening followed by a spectacular firework display in the battle fields at the rear of Battle Abbey. Street collection made with all donations given to local charities and worth while causes. For further details, please see Battel Bonfire Boyes website. Free

Fireworks Night – 5 November

Location: Sussex County Cricket Ground – Gates 6pm and Display 7.30pm
The Annual Brighton Lions Firework Night will be held at The PROBIZ County Ground, Hove, and the event is in conjunction with Juice FM and the Sussex County Cricket Supporters Club, and sponsored by Rendezvous Casino. It is the biggest single fireworks display in Sussex and has been previously recommended as one of the top ten displays in the UK by The Times. A family ticket for the event is £25. Allocated seats in the Spen Cama Pavilion are charged at £2 extra per ticket (please choose Pavilion rather than GA when clicking through). £10 Adult, £5 Children under 16’s, Free under 5’s.

Lewes Bonfire Night – 5 November

Location: Lewes 5pm
The Lewes Bonfire Night, or the Lewes Bonfire Celebrations, is the biggest celebrated 5th of November Event in the world, and is held in the usually peaceful county town of Lewes (pronounced “lu-is or loo-is”), East Sussex and the festival is known as either the Lewes Bonfire Night Celebrations. The Celebrations starts about 5.00 pm and continues through to about 1 am for the hardcore bonfire boyes and belles. Tickets can be purchased in advance from the bonifre societies to attend one of the bonfire sites. Some do not charge but ask for a donation. Lewes Bonfire Night Phone App Available.

Firework, Laser and Music Display – 5 November

Location: Thomas A Becket Middle School, Worthing 6pm -8pm
Firework display, music and laser show. Food, sweets, popcorn, drinks and childrens rides. Gates open at 6pm, display starts at 7pm (no admittance after 7pm). In advance individual ticket £3, family ticket £10. £4 each on the gate. Under 5s free. Tickets available from school reception (closed 26/10 to 2/11).

Beach bonfire, fireworks and procession – 10 November

Location: Shoreham-by-Sea between 6pm and 8pm.
Each year the Bonfire celebrations are started with a Lantern Procession lead by the Beach Bateria Samba Band. This procession starts from Shoreham Beach Green, opposite the park. At Beach Green there are hot drinks available while the Samba Band keep everyone entertained. The procession makes it way from Beach Green along Kings Walk to the Bonfire site close to Church of the Good Shepherd. In this area you will find some childrens rides as well as catering for food and hot drinks. The Bonfire is on the beach and will be lit as the procession makes it way to the site. For more information and contact details see their website:

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