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Looking for a fireworks display in Hillingdon? Read on
COMMUNITY firework displays are more important than ever this year, as the fire brigade warns about planned strikes.
There are a number of displays in the borough over the next week. Here is a pick of the best.
Hayes Cricket Club begins the celebrations on Saturday November 2 with its annual display. Gates open at 6pm and the display runs from 7.45. There will also be rides for kids and glow sticks, while food and drink will be available throughout the night, as well as a disco.
Tickets are £6 for an adult, £4 for a child, or £15 for a family ticket.
The 1st Ickenham Scouts aim to build on the popularity of last year’s event, which played host to more than 1,000 people, with fireworks on Sunday, November 3.
The display is set to pop and classical music, and hot and cold drinks and snacks will be available throughout the evening.
All profits go to local scouting and community causes in Ickenham and nearby.
Tickets must be purchased prior to the event as they are not sold on the night.G
ates open at 6pm and the display begins at 7. Free parking is available.
Tickets are £5 each, or £20 for five. They can be purchased at the Ickenham Scout HQ in Community Close on Saturday, November 2, 10am-midday.
Brunel University is holding its annual fireworks and bonfire night, once again at Cemetery Pitches Site 3 in Kingston Lane.
The night has a tropical theme, to counteract the cold weather. There will be food, drink and entertainment, as well as the bonfire and fireworks display.
The event is open to all students, staff and the local community. Tickets are £3.50 for an adult, and £2.50 for 3-15 year olds.
Tickets are available on campus and online. If you are purchasing five or more tickets, they can be bought from the cash office on 01895 265264.
Ruislip Rugby Club will also be continuing their firework display traditions on Tuesday, November 5. Gates open at 6.30pm and the display starts at 7.30.
There will also be a barbecue, a bar and a variety of stalls.
The organisers request that visitors don’t bring their own sparklers and no pets are allowed.
Tickets are £5, or a family ticket is £15, and can be bought on entry. There won’t be parking available on the night.
Don’t forget to stay safe this Fireworks Night. Hillingdon Council advises leaving some lights on in your house to deter break-ins and keeping a close watch on young children and pets.