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Bonfire Night in Kent: 11 top firework displays

PUBLISHED: 13:36 17 October 2019 | UPDATED: 16:19 17 October 2019

Here are 11 top firework displays in Kent (photo: moodboard, Thinkstock)

Here are 11 top firework displays in Kent (photo: moodboard, Thinkstock)

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We have gathered some of the best Guy Fawkes Night firework events from around the county so grab your loved ones, woolly hat and scarf and head to the bonfire

Ashford Rugby Club (Saturday 2nd November)

Gates at 5pm, bonfire at 7pm, display at 7.30pm. Adults £6, under 16s £3 in advance, adults £8, under 16s £4 at gate. Buy tickets online for discount.

Dartford Fireworks Night (Saturday 2nd November)

Central Park, Dartford. Gates 7pm. Adults £5, children £3 in advance; Adults £6, children £4 at the gate. Details of where to buy tickets here.

Dunloran Park Fireworks (Saturday 2nd November)

Tunbridge Wells. Gates at 5.30pm, display at 7pm. Adults £6, children £4 in advance. Booking online here.

Edenbridge Bonfire Night (Saturday 2nd November)

Procession from Fircroft Way, Edenbridge at 6.30pm. Adults £6, children £3 in advance; adults £8, children £4 available at ticket booths at Coomb Field and Mont St Aignan Way

Gillingham Fireworks Display (Saturday 2nd November)

Great Lines Heritage Park, Gillingham. Bonfire lit at 7pm, fireworks at 7.30pm. Free. More details here

Kent Cricket Fireworks (Tuesday 5th November)

The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, Canterbury. Gates at 5pm, entertainment from 5.30pm. Adults £8, under 14s £4 in advance; adults £10, under 14s £5 on the gate. Book tickets online.

Fireworks Spectacular (Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd November)

Kent Life, Lock Lane, Sandling, Maidstone. Open from 3pm, bonfire at 6.15pm, display at 6.45pm. Tickets only available in advance online: adults £12, children £10

Kenwards Fireworks (Thursday 7th November)

Kenward Road, Yalding, Maidstone. Gates at 4.30pm, fireworks at 7.30pm. Adults £8, under 12s £5. Book online.

Farriers Fireworks and Bonfire Spectacular (Tuesday 5th November)

Church Road, Mersham, Ashford. Gates at 5.30pm, display at 6:30pm, bonfire at 7.00pm. Adults £7, children £3 in advance; adults £9, children £5 on the gate. Tickets can be bought from the pub or call 01233 720444

Capel-le-Ferne Fireworks (Friday 1st November)

Capel-le-Ferne Primary School, Capel Street, Folkestone, Gates at 6pm, display at 7pm. Adults £5, children £4 in advance; adults £5.50, children £4.50 on the gate. Book tickets at the school office for discount

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