Hatch Charity Fireworks
A reader emailed us to say that the Hatch Fireworks Display was year in, year our, very consistent.
Saturday November 5th, 2016 — Taunton Racecourse
Gates Open 5:30pm — Display 7:30pm
This year promises to bring the traditional bonfire night treats, including music, a licensed bar, children's rides, hog roast, BBQ and of course, a spectacular fireworks display choreographed to music. With an increase in the fireworks budget yet again, a huge bonfire planned and a complete revamp of our parking, advance ticket sales and catering we really are looking forward to presenting Taunton's largest bonfire night event!
Tickets for the event are available onine. If your unable to purchase tickets online, you can buy tickets at the gate on the night.
This is a completely non-profit making event, with every penny raised going to local charities.
Advanced (online) admission charges are as follows:
Adults £5.00 Children (3-16 yrs) £3.00 Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) £14.00
Admission charges on the night:
Adults £6.00 Children (3-14 yrs) £4.00 Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) £17.00
When buying online — simply bring with you your confirmation email, or show us the booking on your Smartphone to guarantee your fast track entry.
Please note: Advance ticket sales will close from midnight on 3rd November 2016.
Tickets will be available at the gate on the night after this time.
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