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Bonfire and Firework Displays across Sefton 2021

Updated: Nov 4, 2021

It is Bonfire Night on Friday 5th November and there are a few displays on locally for you to enjoy starting from this Friday 5th November. If you want to stay local, you have a few choices available. Wherever you go, stay safe and have a great time.

All displays that we now of are listed here, if you are having a display and want to be on the list, please email info@formbybubble.com


Friday 5th November -

Waterloo Lawn Tennis Club Bonfire and Firework Display 


Waterloo LTC will be hosting a fireworks display and bonfire on Friday 5th November.

We'll have our fully stocked bar open with sparklers as well as chilli and rice for sale.

£2 entry for non-members.

Bring your own fireworks. 5.30pm entry.

Cars must be parked on Park Road as club car park is closed.

See you there!

Pay on the gate, no tickets.

How to find us

Waterloo Lawn Tennis Club Park Road, Waterloo Waterloo LIVERPOOL L22 3XM


Friday 5th November -

Firwood Waterloo Rugby Club Firework Display 

Firwood Waterloo annual Fireworks Display!


Tickets for our annual fireworks event are now SOLD OUT for tickets already purchased please collect from behind the bar before Friday 5th November.


Come and join us for Fireworks fun at Firwood Waterloo Rugby Club.

Fri 5th November, gates open from 6pm, display at 7:30pm tickets from behind the bar at the clubhouse, Gillions or Waterloo Electrical. Funfair, Ice Cream, BBQ, Hog Roast, Late Bar.

Family ticket 2 adults+2 child = £18 Adult £8 OAP £6 Child under 16  - £4 All children under the age of 16, to be accompanied by an adult

Waterloo Rugby Club, St Anthony's Road, Blundellsands, L23 8TW

Fireworks Display which is based at Waterloo Rugby Club, St Anthony's Road, Blundellsands, L23 8TW. This display will be starting from 6pm.


Friday 5th November -

Southport Rugby Club Fireworks Extravaganza

Southport rugby club will host a 'fireworks extravaganza'.

The club, located on Waterloo Road, in Southport, will host the event on

The evening is hosted by Trevor Ford from Mighty Radio FM.

  • Pay on the gate.

  • Gates open at 6:00pm

  • Display starts at 7:15pm

  • Bar & Kitchen open.


  • U3’s - FREE

  • U13’s - £5

  • U16’s - £6

  • Adults - £7

  • Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children) - £17 Please note:

  • No personal fireworks or sparklers are allowed on the premises.

  • Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an Adult.

Any questions, please contact Mike Dale.

More details here


Saturday 6th November - Lakeside Church, Southport - 5pm to 7:30pm

Free fireworks event back with a bang!

A free bonfire event will be held at Lakeside Church

The event, which is held at the church, on Fairway, in Southport,

take place on Saturday, November 6th.

The annual free Lakeside Bonfire and Fireworks display returns on Saturday 6 November and, after a year off due to the pandemic, it comes back with a bang!

Flashing goods, children’s rides, a hot desert station, vegan goods, and a caricaturist join the usual sweet station, and hog roast by Graham Eyes.

Organiser Simon Rigby said, "We're so excited to be back with our popular free fun family event. Do join us!"

It runs between 5pm – 7.30pm at Lakeside Church, Fairway.

For more information, or to keep updated, visit their Facebook page.

Lakeside Church






Round Table Charity Fireworks & Family Bonfire

Unfortunately this is not on this year...

Hi everyone,

We’ve had a few messages regarding this year’s Charity Bonfire and Fireworks display.

Unfortunately we’re not able to set up and organise the event at Meols Hall or Victoria Park the way we’d want.

It’s a shame, but fear not we’re still planning the Children in Need Pudsey Day on the 12th November and the Santa float in December.

Take care and be safe



Saturday 6th November - 

Southport Pleasureland -

Day of the Dead Fireworks Spectacular

Southport Pleasureland will be hosting their own special ‘Day of the Dead’ themed Fireworks Festival

On Saturday 6th November a flavour of Mexico will come alive once again at Pleasureland, with spectacular entertainment galore on our new central stage! The park will be festooned with brightly coloured sugar skulls creating a fabulous fiesta atmosphere! As in previous years, a stunning firework display will be the final climax of what promises to be an amazing night.

Gates open at 5pm and it’s unlimited rides* all evening, as well as a whole host of acts including samba drummers, fire eaters and a live DJ to enjoy before our stunning firework finale.

After the stage show we will have our spectacular Fireworks finale!

Click here for all details of this event


Friday 5th November -

Hightown Cricket Club Bonfire and Fireworks

The Hightown Cricket Club are holding their annual Fireworks Display and Bonfire. 

Our family friendly bonfire and fireworks event is always on the 5th!

About this event We're back!! Join us at the Hightown Club for our ever-popular family Bonfire Night celebrations! Local magician John Harding will entertain the kids from 6-7pm in the clubhouse.* The bonfire will be lit at 7.15pm and fireworks will light up the night sky at 7.30pm. There will be hot and cold food available in the clubhouse, with a BBQ and ice cream van outside. The bar will also be open for thirsty parents. Please note there will be no parking in the main club car park (except for disabled parking), with limited parking on the Hightown Junior Football field on Sandy Lane (our stewards will guide you). We encourage all local residents to walk or use public transport where possible. Thank you! Please remember to print out your tickets, or have a barcode available for scanning on entry to the club grounds. *Please do arrive promptly for the magic show and note that for capacity reasons, we cannot guarantee entry into the clubhouse for this part of the evening.

Adults £7.00 - Children,

Students & Concessions £4.00

Family (2 Adults & 3 Children) £20.00

This is at the Hightown Cricket Club, Thirlmere Road, Hightown, L38 3RQ

Fully Licensed Bar with Hot and Cold Food available



Tuesday 5th November -

Halsall Bonfire Party

Gates open at 6pm, fireworks 7.30 pm.

There will be a firework display, food, disco and many stalls

There will 𝐍𝐎𝐓 be a bonfire this year - this is due to circumstances beyond our control

【£】 The fee will be £10 for adults, £5 for age 12-18 and 𝐅𝐑𝐄𝐄 for 11 and under.

There will be ample 𝐅𝐑𝐄𝐄 car parking for 𝐀𝐋𝐋 cars - there is signage out already directing to the car park and there will be marshals on the night.

The postcode for satnav is: 𝐋𝟑𝟗 𝟖𝐑𝐒 There is limited disabled parking at the school for blue badge holders only, on a first come basis. There is no need to park on any local roads - lets keep these clear for local access please.

Feel free to share this information.

Thank you

A fireworks event will be held in Halsall Friday 5th November.

The event will take place on Friday 5th November, gates open at 6pm and fireworks will begin at 7:30pm.

It will take place at St. Cuthberts Primary school, on Hall Street.

Everyone is welcome to attend.


Saturday 6th November -

Bretherton Cricket Club in Leyland Annual Bonfire Party and

Professional Fireworks Display.

Annual bonfire and professional fireworks display. Hot food Hot and cold drinks. Licensed bar Sparklers & glow sticks Bring your wellies Fundraising event.

Annual bonfire and professional fireworks display.

Hot food

Hot and cold drinks

Licensed bar

Sparklers & glow sticks

Bring your wellies

Fundraising event

Bretherton Cricket Club, Bretherton, Leyland PR26 9AB

More information on the Facebook page


If you know of any more displays, please let us know and we will add them to the list.

Email: info@seftonbubble.com


Did You Know? 

  1. It is against the law to carry fireworks in public if you're under 18

  2. Fireworks must not be sold to anyone who is under 18

  3. It is an offence to let fireworks off during night hours (11pm to 7am), except on Bonfire Night (midnight), Diwali, New Year, and Chinese New Year (1am)

  4. It is an offence under the Explosives Act 1875 to tamper with or modify fireworks

  5. Did you know that sparklers can reach temperatures more than 15 times as hot as boiling water?

  6. Having fireworks at home can be great fun, as long as they are used safely. Figures show more children rather than adults get hurt by fireworks. Over the past five years over 350 pre-school children, some only a year old, were treated in hospital for fireworks injuries.

Be safe not sorry

Fireworks are safe if you use them properly. If you’re putting on a home display, you should follow some simple steps to make sure that everyone has a good time without getting hurt.

Keep kids safe

We want children to enjoy fireworks but they need to know that they can be dangerous if they are not used properly. Each year, over half of all firework injuries are suffered by children.

Sparkler safety

Did you know that sparklers get five times hotter than cooking oil? Sparklers are not toys and should never be given to a child under five. A great idea is to put a sparkler into a carrot so the child can hold the carrot instead of the sparkler.

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