An annual event allows family to watch a beautiful display in safety without having to purchase pyrotechnics.
On Saturday, November 5, families can delight in a fantastic evening of bonfire, fireworks, and entertainment in Buckingham for no cost.
The field in Bourton Park will host the annual bonfire and fireworks display hosted by Buckingham Town Council.
At 6 o’clock in the evening, fire and glow performer Cassia Chloe will give an ambient LED performance. At 7 o’clock, Titanium Fireworks will launch a stunning fireworks display.
There will be another fire cirque performance by Cassia Chloe, and town councillor Andy Mahi will once more lead the torchlight parade alongside the mayor to light the bonfire.
Aylesbury Rodeo Hire is providing a coconut shy as one of the fairground games, while George Grenville Academy PTA is providing face painting.
Tribal Chilli will be selling pizza, J & L Snacks will have burgers, hotdogs, and doughnuts, along with treats like toffee apples and sugar floss, and Silverstone Brewery will have a licenced mobile bar available.
“Buckingham Town Council’s Events Committee are looking forward to putting on the fireworks again this year,” said town councillor Robin Stuchbury, who serves as the committee’s chair. This is a fantastic and well-liked neighbourhood event.
“Originally, the event was planned to allow attendees to participate in a carefully supervised public event, saving families from purchasing pyrotechnics, which will be crucial this year due to the rising cost of living,” says the organiser.
Sparklers are not permitted at the event, according to Buckingham Town Council.