A NUMBER of bonfires and organised fireworks displays will be taking place in the Henley area.
In the town itself, the annual Round Table bonfire and fireworks display will take place at Swiss Farm, off Marlow Road, next Saturday (November 5). There will be a funfair, hog roast and bar. Gates open at 5.30pm and the display will start at 7.30pm.
Tomorrow (Saturday) the annual Sue Ryder fireworks display will take place at the charity’s Nettlebed hospice with gates opening at 5.15pm.
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There will be a pig roast, bar and family food stalls. A Halloween costume parade will take place at 6.45pm and the fireworks display will begin at 7.15pm.
Tonight (Friday), there will be a fireworks display and Halloween fancy dress event at Eye and Dunsden village hall. Gates open at 7pm and there will be a bar and refreshments. Adult entry is £3.50 and children £2.50.
On Thursday, a fireworks display will take place at Camp Mohawk in Crazies Hill. Gates open at 6pm with food from 6.30pm and the display at 8pm.
Tickets will be available on the gate but vehicle tickets must be bought in advance. Tickets cost £5 for adults and children over 12 and £3 for young children.
Next Friday (November 4), South Stoke Primary School will stage a display in the village recreation ground from 6pm. Admission is free. On the same day, Reading Rugby Club will have a display at its ground in Sonning Lane, Sonning.
The bar will open at 5.30pm and the fireworks will begin at 7.30pm. A family ticket costs £10, adults £5 and under-16s £3.
The following events will all take place on Saturday, November 5:
Shepherd’s Hut, Ewelme:There will be a barbecue and children’s games from 6.30pm with fireworks for children at 7.30pm and a display for adults at 8.30pm. Admission is free.
Swyncombe cricket ground: The parish council will light the bonfire at the 6.30pm with a fireworks display at 7pm. A family ticket costs £12 and a singlen ticket £5.
Wargrave recreation ground: The village scouts are organising the display.
Refreshments will be available from 5.30pm, with the bonfire lit at 6pm and the fireworks from 6.30pm. Admission is by donation on the gate — a minimum of £5 for up to four people.
Reading Abbey Rugby Club, near Emmer Green: Gates open at 6pm with the fireworks starting at 8pm and a barbecue and bar will run throughout the evening. Family tickets cost £17 in advance or £20 on the day and are available from the clubhouse on Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 7.30pm and 9pm and on Sundays between 11am and 1pm.
Caversham Heath Golf Club. Gates open at 6pm, the bonfire will be lit at 7pm and the display starts at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £4 each and a family ticket for up to five costs £15.