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Public Firework Displays
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Saturday 5th November 2016
The Rotary Club of Crewkerne & District Trust will be hosting a bonfire and firework display behind the Stagecoach Inn on Station Road.
Gates will open at 6.30pm ahead of the lighting of the bonfire at 7pm. From 7.30pm, the skies will be lit with fireworks.
Entrance is £6 per adult, £2 per child and under 5s are FREE.
The Old Stagecoach Inn
Station Road
Crewkerne
Somerset
TA18 8AL

Watch the sky light up in Evercreech with a bonfire and fantastic display of fireworks.
The event will be held at Weston Town Sports Field from 7pm. As well as the excellent display, there will also be mulled wine available along with a bar and barbecue.
Tickets are only £3 per adult and children get in FREE.

Sunday 6th November 2016
Sponsored by The Shrubbery Hotel, Ilminster Town Football Club will host its firework display at the Archie Gooch Pavilion, Brittens Field, Ilminster.
Gates will open for the family focused event at 4pm to the sounds of a Samba band. The school's Guy competition will be judged at 4.45pm before the bonfire is lit, with a little more Samba music at 5pm. A stella fireworks display will commence from 6pm.
Advanced tickets are available from The Shrubbery Hotel, Archie Gooch Pavilion, Bonners, Cottage Flowers and Harrimens & Spar Garage, at a discounted rate of £5.50 per adult and £2 for under 16s.
Tickets purchased on the night will cost £7 per adult or £3 for under 16s. Proceeds will go to Ilminster Town youth, senior and disability teams.

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