Some of the best places to see fireworks in Norwich this bonfire night

Norwich Big Boom 2018 fireworks from the balcony of City Hall. Photo: Danielle Booden

Norwich Big Boom 2018 fireworks from the balcony of City Hall. Photo: Danielle Booden - Credit: Danielle Booden

Bonfire night will once again be celebrated with a bang in Norwich with fabulous firework displays taking place in the city and beyond.

And while the Big Boom Firework Display which sees thousands line the streets may be over there are plenty more smaller events in the surrounding areas to choose from in the coming days.

Here are seven of the best displays happening this November in your area.



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Brundall Primary School, Braydeston Avenue, NR13 5JX, gates open 6pm

Advance tickets - adult £4.50/child £3.50, on the gate - adult £5/child £4

A popular annual display run by the Friends of Brundall School. The fireworks will start at 7.30pm and there will also be a barbecue, bar, tombola, mulled wine, hot drinks and novelties.


Drayton Community Infant School, School Road, Drayton, gates open 6.15pm


Friends of Drayton Community Infant School's Fireworks Spectacular. There will be a quieter display at 6.45pm, followed by main display at 7.30pm. Expect hog roast, candy floss, doughnuts, drinks, treats and more. Tickets are on sale at the school every morning and afternoon.


Mill Lane, Horsford, NR10 3EX, gates open 6pm

£3, £12 family

A young children's display starts at 6.45pm followed by a main display at 7.30pm.

The 1st Horsford & St Faith's Scout Group present a fantastic fireworks for Bonfire Night. There will also be a barbecue and refreshments. All money raised will go to local charities.

Little Melton

Crusaders Rugby Club, Little Melton, Hethersett, NR9 3NP, gates open 7pm

£10 per car, £5 tickets, £15 family

A family friendly evening of food, drink, and fireworks. The gates open at 6pm and fireworks start at 7pm.


Grange Farm, Buxton Road, Spixworth, NR10 3PE, gates open 6pm

Advance (on the gate) adults 14+ £4 (£5), child 5-13 £3 (£4), under 5s free

The event is organised by the 1st Spixworth Scout Group and takes place opposite the Longe Arms at Grange Farm. There will be two displays at 7.15pm and 8.15pm and a barbecue. There will also be a bonfire at 6.30pm. Tickets are available from Spixworth Co-op or leaders of 1st Spixworth Scout Group or on the gate. There will be no sparklers at the event and visitors are encouraged to bring a torch.

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Sprowston Cricket Club, Barkers Lane, NR7 8QZ, 5.30pm to 7.30pm

£4, £8 family of four, under 4s free

Norwich Union Rugby Club present its third annual firework night and the event will also have a licenced bar, food and games. Tickets are available online only.


Taverham Scout HQ, Sandy Lane, NR8 6JR, gates open 6pm

£6 and under 6s free

There will be two displays at 7pm and 7pm and a bar and barbecue at the event, The event is organised by the 1st Taverham Scouts and you can buy your tickets online here.


Thorpe St Andrew

Fitzmaurice Park, Thorpe St Andrew, NR7 0UN,

£3 adults, £2 children, under-2s free, £10 family

The annual Thorpe St Andrew Town Council large fireworks display with food, drinks, funfair and many other stalls and activities. Fireworks will start at 7pm. Free parking at Sainsburys Pound Lane.

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Norwich Scout HQ, Tusting Close, Sprowston, NR7 8TD, gates open 6.30pm

Advance tickets £5/£6 on the gate

The bonfire starts at 7pm with fireworks starting at 7.30pm and the second half at 8pm after a short interval. Advance tickets are available from Tusting Close on meeting evening, Newscene at 557 Sprowston Road, opposite the Brickmakers, and Billy's Fish and Chips in School Lane.

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