Fireworks in Marlow- “Remember, remember the 5th and 6th of November… “

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Fireworks photoThe nights might have drawn in, but no need to let the darkness get you down – Marlow has plenty of firework displays to cheer up the coming weekend. There are 3 events conveniently spread around Marlow and Marlow Bottom meaning something nearby whichever part of town you live in!

You can start off the weekend with Foxes Piece Firework Display is on Friday 5th November
Gates open at 6.00pm, and tickets are bought on the night – costing £5.00 for adults and  £3.00 for children.
In addition to the display there will be food , refreshments, a beer tent and children’s fairground rides.

Then ,on Saturday 6th you have a choice of two events:

Longridge: Fireworks and End of Season Party will involve a spectacular 30-minute firework display with music, food, drink, river trips and activity stalls.
Gates open at 5.30pm, with the main display starting at approximately 7.15pm. Gates close at 9.30pm.
Tickets are cheaper if purchased in advance, and are available from Longridge, the Marlow Tourist Office and via the website

Adults £7.00 (£9.00 on gate)
Children £5.00 (£6.00 on gate) – under 16
Family of 4 £20.00 (£26.00 on gate)

Marlow Bottom Fireworks at Burford School, Marlow Bottom runs from 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM, with the “Fireworks extravaganza” starting at approx 7pm.
They have plenty of other attractions lined up too – a fire eater, fairground rides, shooting gallery, hot food, beer tent and mulled wine.
All tickets on the gate £8, but cheaper tickets are available in advance – from Marlow Tourist Info, Burford School or online at
Adults: £6, Child £5, or £20 for a family of 2+2.

Whatever you do, enjoy! Let us know which you visited and what you thought.

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Article author: Paul Merchant

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