Bonfire Party At Billing Aquadrome, Saturday 7th November

19 October 2015

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Remember, remember, the SEVENTH of November. That’s right – the 7th. Why? Because we’re hosting a Bonfire Party on Saturday 7th November.

If you come and join us for the fun, you can, in theory, enjoy two Bonfire Nights this year – one at home on the Thursday, and one with us on the Saturday.

Everyone is welcome – whether you’re holidaying with us or not. For holidaymakers, entry is free. For other guests, it’s £12 per car or £5 per adult on the gate. Entry is free for anyone under 15, so bring your kids along with you if you plan to come – it’ll be a cheap yet very cheerful way to spend a chilly Saturday, we guarantee it.

Daytime Fun for All Ages

Obviously, there wouldn’t be much point in starting a bonfire or putting on a fireworks display during the daytime – that comes later on.

We have plenty going on from 10:30 a.m. onwards. Here’s what’s happening in The Venue, our onsite entertainment hub:

· A Guy Fawkes-making competition (penny for the Guy, anyone?) · An arts and crafts fair · Dizzy Duck’s Club, where we’ll make sure the little ones stay entertained

We’ll also be hosting an outdoor fun fair, as well as running regular rides on our miniature railway.

The Evening Schedule

Once the sun goes down, it’s time for the main events.

7 p.m. – The Bonfire

8 p.m. – The Firework Extravaganza

9 p.m. – The Evening Entertainment Acts

There’ll be a bar, where you can get your refreshments, and a disco, where you can get your groove on. In The Venue, we’ll be running a special event called “Dances in the Dark”…

Sound Good? Join Us

Whether you’re visiting for the night or coming to stay with us, we hope to see you on the 7th!

If you would like to make a weekend of it, head to our bookings page to sort out your accommodation.

You can stay in a comfy lodge, you can get cosy in a camping pod, or you can bring your touring caravan and pitch up. It’s entirely up to you. Please call us if you have any questions.

Remember, remember…