Southwark Fireworks 2015 – THE EVENT HAS NOW SOLD OUT

Southwark Fireworks 2015

Southwark’s Fireworks Night
Thursday 5 November 2015
Southwark Park, SE16
Gates open 5pm, last entry at 6.30pm

 

NO TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR

NO TICKET NO ENTRY

Large numbers of people are expected so arrive early to avoid the long queues. Last entry time at the gates is 6.30pm.

Southwark’s annual firework night spectacular is returning to Southwark Park once again. Over 33,000 attended last year’s free event and as one of the few displays taking place in London on the night itself, for the first time you will need a ticket to enter the event.

Anyone planning to attend the fireworks event in Southwark Park should ensure they get their free tickets in advance, and be aware that local routes to the park will be very busy on the night. Travel should be planned in advance to make sure they arrive at the park in good time.

Gates will open at 5pm, with food, drink and entertainment available.

Last entry to the park will be at 6.30pm so please arrive in good time.

Tweet your best photos using the hashtag #southwarkfireworks @SouthwarkEvents


Conditions of entry

No entry without a valid ticket
No fireworks
No alcohol
No dogs
No bikes
No glass
No weapons
Sparklers are allowed under the supervision of an adult. Please note that sparkler bins are provided.
Bag searches will be in operation.
The management reserve the right to refuse admission

Please note: we encourage you to take advantage of this free event and leave the fireworks to those specially trained to handle them. Fireworks are a cause of serious fires and injuries every year when not used responsibly and can be very dangerous to the user and others around them.


Getting into the event

Entrance to the event is via gates to the park on Lower Road, Southwark Park Road and Hawkstone Road.

Transport:

Bus: 1, 47, 188, 255, 381, C10, P12
Underground: Bermondsey, Canada Water
Overground: Surrey Quays and Canada Water

Rail: South Bermondsey

Find the best route by public transport via the Transport for London Journey Planner.


Accessibility

Blue badge parking will be available at car park via the Hawkstone Road gate.

There will be a accessible viewing area reserved for those who need it please ask a steward for more details once on site.
Southwark Park is a combination of large expanses of grass with tarmac and paved paths. There are no sheltered areas for the audience and the weather and ground conditions may be variable (it is often drizzly and soggy).
Please check the weather forecast and wear appropriate warm clothes and shoes.

Accessible toilets will be available on site, all of which will be signposted.

Check our transport page for options and latest updates here. Distances from main transport hubs as follows:

Underground
Bermondsey – 0.7 miles
Canada Water – 0.5 miles

Overground
Canada Water – 0.5 miles
Surrey Quays – 0.6 miles

Rail
South Bermondsey – 0.9 miles

Bus
Canada Water terminal – 0.5 miles

More information

If you have any questions click here and take a look at the event’s frequently answered questions page.

If you require any further information call 020 7525 2000

 

 

 

 

Previous Community Council News: The Bermondsey Community 
Next 8 Steps to Employment

You might also like

Archives

Finnish Church Christmas Fair 2015

Finnish Church Christmas Fair 2015   The London Finnish Church Christmas event is definitely a popular choice in Christmas. 9200 customers, 3000 sausages, 1500 cinnamon buns, 1300 carelian pies, 30

Archives

Christmas Bazaar at the Norwegian Church in Rotherhithe

The Annual Christmas Bazaar at the Norwegian Church in Rotherhithe, London, will be running from Wednesday 18th until Sunday 22nd of November. Plenty of time to stock up on Norwegian

Archives

Remembrance Day in Bermondsey and Rotherhithe

Other related posts you might find interesting

0 Comments

No Comments Yet!

You can be first to comment this post!