bother buying your own fireworks when you can experience a professional,
fully organised 'safe' event?
celebrating Bonfire night in Birmingham this year cater for all
audiences. For those of you that prefer the traditional bonfire
and firework display
- Pype Hayes is the official venue organised by Birmingham City
@t Pype Hayes Park
There’s plenty to do before the fireworks start, with music
and dance, a funfair with white-knuckle rides and the lighting
of the bonfire.
Wednesday 5 November
Pype Hayes Park, North Birmingham
On Gate: £4 (Adults) £3 (conc).
No tickets available in advance; arrive early to buy tickets
and avoid queues.
and event ends
City Council has organised special free Travel West Midlands shuttle
buses to take firework fans to one of the biggest, best and safest
fireworks displays at Pype Hayes Park, Erdington Wednesday 5th November.
free shuttle buses will transport people from the free event car
park at The Fort Shopping Centre (marked on the number 68 stop)
to the, Bagot Arms Pub, Chester Road, (marked as number 67 stop).
First pick up is 5pm and last returning journey from Bagot Arms
to The Fort is 11pm.
normal bus services to the park are numbers 28, 67, and the 114
for which standard rates apply.
fireworks (including sparklers) taken to the above events will be
confiscated and destroyed. Also no dogs are allowed, except for
For more details visit the Birmingham
City Council website.