North Wootton Scout and Guide’s annual bonfire and fireworks display is back on 5th November 2021!
Tickets are available in advance or on the gate for; Adults £6.00, Children £3.00, Family (up to 2 Adults and up to 2 Children) £15.00.
Gates open at 18:00, display starts at 19:15, Bonfire when we run out of fireworks (Normally that’s around 19:45).
Do we need to book in advance?
No, it’s not compulsory but we do get very busy and have to limit our number this year, booking in advance is the best way to guarantee entry on the night.
Is it just fireworks and a fire?
Not at all! We’ve got food and drink for all the family available to purchase, plus our ever popular raffle. We offer a fun night out for all the family whether your 8 months or 108 years young.
Hot Dogs/Burgers/Cake/Ice Cream and more along with Drinks will be available to purchase on the night. Food prices remain the same as always £4 for a Hot Dog / Beef Burger or £4.50 Cheese Burger, but this year well also be busy baking and cakes which will also be available (Along with Tea/Coffee and Soft Drinks).
Do I have to be a Scout or Guide?
To put it bluntly NO! we are a community event open to everyone, why not pick up a ticket and come along.
How do we get there?
We are located down station road in North Wootton and you can find us on google maps or on what three words: https://w3w.co/thankful.comically.scouts Parking spaces are limited so we suggest you walk if possible.
After a year’s break in 2020 we are back and we are COVID safe, we are an outdoor event and while we have plenty of space we are limiting our numbers to allow for more than adequate social distancing. Toilets and Food are available inside the main building, while indoors we ask that you wear a suitable face covering in line with government guidance.
After doing this for many years we just have a few request to help make the event as enjoyable as possible for everyone involved:
- Please place your rubbish in the bins provided or take it home with you.
- No sparklers will be allowed on site, we have no way of extinguishing and disposing of then safely, and nobody wants a Scout or Guide to stand on a sharp metal spike in a few weeks time.
- But just as importantly come along and have a nice evening out with your friends and family.
If you are looking to donate wood to our bonfire please contact the Group Scout Leader: