Harlow Council’s annual fireworks and bonfire night set to be extra special
Entertainment / Fri 30th Sep 2022 am30 05:56am
HARLOW Council’s annual fireworks and bonfire night will be held in Harlow Town Park on Sunday 6 November 2022.
Admission to this event is free. The bonfire will be lit at 6.45pm with the fireworks display from 7pm. This year’s event will be extra special as it is Harlow’s 75th birthday. The event is one of the largest free displays in the region and has been running for more than 30 years.
Food and refreshments will be available on site.
For the safety of those attending, Fifth Avenue, Park Lane, School Lane and some roads serving these roads will be closed between 5.15pm and 8.30pm on the day of the event.
There will be limited parking available for Blue Badge holders only at Showground car park before 6.15pm (people parked in this car park will not be able to leave until Fifth Avenue has been reopened at 8.30pm).
Free parking from 6pm to 8pm will be available in the Altham Grove, Post Office Road, School Lane, Water Gardens and Wych Elm car parks.
For the latest information on the event visit www.harlow.gov.uk
It’s a day late! 🎆🎇 it’s like having Christmas on Boxing Day.😢
At least make it a charity event and make collections for local charities, food banks,etc. Otherwise £10k or £15k up in smoke, an event that celebrates a time when people wanted to blow up Parliament and a divided Britain, strangely relevant but for different reasons!
The pigeons won't like it
yeah this year was SO SPECIAL haha the fireworks where rubbish! Was a waste off a night! Shocking from harlow yet again ALL TALK NO ACTION