This is where you can find all the fireworks displays in Bucks this year.

Saturday, October 26:

Princes Risborough: Princes Risborough School playing fields in New Road plays host to this year’s bonfire party. This popular event is organised by Princes Risborough Rotary Club with the Fireworks Display by Total Pyro. There will be a pig roast, hot dogs, burger bar, licensed bar, fun fair and music. Car parking (£2 per car) available at the Upper School Clifford Road, HP27 0DU. Gates open 5.30pm, bonfire lit 6.30pm and fireworks at 7pm. Family tickets £13 in advance (£16 on gate), adults £5 in advance (£6 on gate) and under 12s £4 in advance (£5 on gate). Advance tickets available from The Information Centre (in the Library), Post Office (Horns Lane), Special Days and Daisy Chain (both High Street), Ian Rennie (Market Square) and Longwick Post Office.

Friday, November 1:

Bourne End: One of the busiest nights in the Upper Thames Sailing Club’s calendar is the club fireworks night. Book your food in advance now – there will be jacket potatoes and hot dogs served at 6pm, with the fireworks starting at 7pm. There is no charge for the event, but please bring with you fireworks to the value of £15 per family – single ignition only. You can book food online at

Chesham: Fireworks at The Meadow by Chesham United on Amy Lane – gates open 6pm with the display starting at around 7.30pm. Food stalls will be available on site for the event. Adults £7, children £5, a family ticket (two adults and two children) £20. Children under five are free of charge.

Great Kingshill: This year’s display is in the field at the corner of Cockpit Road and Missenden Road, with gates opening at 6pm, the bonfire lighting at 6.30pm and the fireworks at 7pm. there will be a barbecue and refreshments on site. All tickets on the night £5 each – under twos go free.

Saturday, November 2:

High Wycombe: Celebrate this year’s bonfire night with the Round Table where they will have a firework display that will blow your socks off. As always there will be fairground rides for the kids, beer tents for the adults and a variety of hot food vendors with something that the whole family enjoy. Gates open at 5pm at Four Ashes field, Kingshill Road. Tickets on the night are cash only – entry is £7.50 for adults and £5 for children.

Naphill: Naphill Fireworks will be on the Crick, next to the Village Hall on Saturday, November 2, with the bonfire being lit at 6.15pm; the fireworks will start at 7pm. Tickets for the fireworks can be obtained earlier, at various prices (see There will also be live music at 6pm and 7pm.

Marlow: The Marlow Monster Fireworks Show 2019 takes place in the leafy grounds of Marlow Sports Club, Pound Lane, Marlow. Gates open at 5.30pm. Arrive early to try lots of free sports, plus a delicious barbecue, local beers, fine wines and music by Dave the Disco. The Monster Fireworks Show will light up the sky at around 7.15pm. Car parking is available at Court Gardens. Adult tickets are £8 (£10 on the gate) and junior tickets (aged five-17 years inclusive) are £4 (£5 on the gate).

Prestwood: Prestwood Scouts’ display is on the Wren Davis field in Wycombe Road, gates open at 6pm with the bonfire being lit at 7pm. Tickets bought before November 2 are £5 single, £12 family, available from local shops. On the gate £6 single, £17 family.

Great Missenden: The CofE School fireworks extravaganza, with gates open at 5pm, is a family friendly fireworks display, traditional fairground rides, a helter skelter, delicious hog roast, barbecue, mulled wine and more - contact

Beaconsfield: Love Island and Wycombe panto star Curtis Pritchard will light this year’s bonfire at Beaconsfield Cricket Club, London Road, with the fun starting at 5pm. There will be a little bang for the children from 5.45pm, with the main event at 7.45pm thanks to Titanium Fireworks. The bonfire will be lit at 7.15pm. There will also be music, food, fun fair and entertainment. General admission £9, under 5s free – or buy in advance from

Beaconsfield: This year’s 51st Round Table Beaconsfield Fireworks will be held at Beaconsfield Rugby Club. In addition to the fireworks they will have a live band, a DJ and bouncy castles. All profits go to local charities and causes. General admission tickets are available for £8 and family tickets (two adults, two children) for £25.

Flackwell Heath: Two displays for the price of one at the field at the end of Chapel Road from 5.30pm. The first is pretty for the little ones, the second is big and loud. Beer, mulled wine, tea, coffee and hot dogs will be available to purchase on the night. All profits are split equally between Carrington Schools PTA, Friends of Juniper Hill School and 1st Flackwell Heath Scout Group. Go online to to buy tickets - £7 per person, under-fives go free.

Gerrards Cross: Enjoy an evening of fireworks, music and refreshments at Gerrards Cross Memorial Hall from 5.30pm. A wonderful display of fireworks accompanied by a delicious BBQ from Savannas Butchers. There will also be a bungee trampoline, swinging chair ride and candyfloss. Adults £7, children £5 (under 14 years) and family ticket (2+2) £20 – go to

Marlow Bottom: Another year of the Marlow Bottom Fireworks Extravaganza at Burford School from 5.30pm. The event is being hosted by Dave The Disco, with the fireworks between 7pm and 8pm. There will also be sweets, a barbecue, Rebellion bar, hot drinks and candy floss. No family tickets on the night, but adult tickets are £9. Buy online (adult tickets £6) at or go to Rebellion Brewery.

Sunday, November 3:

Bledlow Ridge: Large bonfire and fantastic fireworks by the award winning Sonning Fireworks Ltd. The event kicks off at Chinnor Road from 4.30pm. There will be hot beverages, including mulled wine plus licensed bar. Glowsticks for the kids. Gates open 4.30pm, bonfire 5pm, fireworks 6.30pm. Off-street parking available. Please use it and avoid parking on the road. Please enquire about disabled parking. On the night prices - adult £8, child £5 (3 and under free), family (2+2) £22. Save money with advance tickets - adult £6, child £4 (3 and under free), family (2+2) £17 available now from The Country Store or The Boot PH in Bledlow Ridge or West Wycombe Village Store.

Holtspur: Holtspur School PTA present their annual fantastic family fireworks with a top London display in a safe enclosed environment. Gates open at 5pm for hot dogs, sweet treats, mulled wine, beer and hot drinks and the display is at 6pm. Free car parking. Advance tickets at

Tuesday, November 5:

Ashley Green: Mulled wine, sparklers, sausages in rolls at Ashley Green Village Hall from 6pm, when the bonfire will be lit. The fireworks start at 7pm. Entry is £5 or £20 for a family of five – pay on the gate.

Downley: The bonfire and torchlight procession returns to Downley Common from 6.30pm to 9.30pm. Take part in the torchlight procession from Commonside and march over to The Common to the bonfire. Torches £2.50 each. Hot food and drinks available courtesy of Downley Dynamos.

Friday, November 8:

Amersham: There will be a fireworks and laser display and bonfire at Chiltern Rugby Club, Ash Grove, Weedon Lane. Gates open at 5.15pm with fireworks starting at 6.45pm. There will also be a barbecue and bar. Family ticket £20, adult £10, child £5.

High Wycombe: Hamilton Academy plays host to its popular fireworks display once again. Gates open at 6pm, fireworks at 7pm. There will also be a merry-go-round and bouncy castle as well as glow toys and hot food. Tickets available on the gate - £10 for adults, £25 for families – or in advance at

Saturday, November 9:

Chalfont St Giles: Magic in the Sky 2019 – gates open at 5.45pm at Stone Meadow, the bonfire is lit at 6.15pm and the fireworks start at 7pm. Mulled wine and hot food will be on offer. Tickets £10 on the gate for adults and £6 for children.

Cookham: The spectacular and very popular grand firework display and bonfire organised by Cookham Scouts returns to Grove Island, Odney Lane. Gates open 5.30pm with the bonfire being lit at 6pm before fireworks at 7pm. Hot dog and refreshments and mulled wine for sale. Tickets are available from Countrystore, Village Hardware and Hillcrest Stores or are £7 on the night.

Chesham: Chestnut Lane and Elangeni Schools Association fireworks display on Woodside Avenue from 5pm – display at 6pm. There will be mulled wine, a bar, hot dogs, snacks and glow products on sale. On the gate, tickets are £7 for adults, £6 children and children under three go free.

Beaconsfield: Latimer Minster at Stampwell Farm will be hosting their free family display. The main display is at 5.30pm and there will be a bonfire, sparklers, hot chocolate and hot good and soft play on offer.