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Low Bangs Fireworks 2019 (31st Oct & 1st Nov '19)

* This event is pre-book ONLY*

Book tickets online to attend our brilliant Low Bangs Firework Display. Limited spaces available, tickets will not be available to purchase on the door on the day.

To use an Annual Pass ticket you must have a valid Annual Pass at the time of entry. One Annual Pass holder per ticket.

Back by popular demand we will be running our Low Bangs Fireworks Spectacular again in 2019. Come down for a day of spooky fun on the farm, and fireworks into the evening, on Thursday 31st October & Friday 1st November 2019.

Low Bangs Fireworks are ideal for sensitive ears meaning children of all ages can enjoy the bright colours and sparkles without the usual noise.  It’s a perfect way to end the October half term.

With lots of Halloween themed activities throughout the week, it promises to be a shocktacular half term, from pumpkin carving to tricks ‘n’ treats and spooky tales!

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Ticket options

  • Adult (16+) £14.90 0 30 max
  • Child (2-16 Years) £14.90 0 30 max
  • Child (Under 2 Years) £7.90 0 30 max
  • Child (Under 1 Years) Free 0 30 max
  • Annual Pass Ticket (Only valid for Annual Pass Holders) £2.00 0 30 max
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* This event is pre-book ONLY*

Book tickets online to attend our brilliant Low Bangs Firework Display. Limited spaces available, tickets will not be available to purchase on the door on the day.

To use an Annual Pass ticket you must have a valid Annual Pass at the time of entry. One Annual Pass holder per ticket.

Back by popular demand we will be running our Low Bangs Fireworks Spectacular again in 2019. Come down for a day of spooky fun on the farm, and fireworks into the evening, on Thursday 31st October & Friday 1st November 2019.

Low Bangs Fireworks are ideal for sensitive ears meaning children of all ages can enjoy the bright colours and sparkles without the usual noise.  It’s a perfect way to end the October half term.

With lots of Halloween themed activities throughout the week, it promises to be a shocktacular half term, from pumpkin carving to tricks ‘n’ treats and spooky tales!