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fireworks displays in Newquay 2018

  • family-friendly
October 17, 2018

Newquay is a popular holiday destination in the UK, take a look at what firework displays there are to discover this year…


Book your Autumn getaway to Cornwall and take some much needed family time at our own Piran Meadows Resort & Spa this year to enjoy these firework extravaganzas in the local area!


Watergate wax

Where: Watergate Bay, TR8 4AB / When: 3rd Nov / Times: 7pm – 10pm / Prices: Collections for Local Organisations

This annual firework spectacular event will have you ooing and awing along with the best of them, with a fabulous fireworks show on offer as well as live music, hot food and drinks stands available, and BMX demonstrations to delight all! This is a non-profit community event, so any donations you offer towards the collections will reach the local organisations.


Bodmin display

Where: Priory Park, PL31 1HG / When: 5th Nov / Times: 6pm / Prices: Adult £5, Child £3

Enjoy the live music, the fabulous fairground rides for all the family along with the sweet stalls and burger tents to get that traditional bonfire night feeling! Plan ahead and get involved with the Best Guy competition, while warming by the delightful bonfire.


Newquay display

Where: Newquay Sports Centre, TR7 2SL / When: 5th Nov / Times: 6:30pm / Prices: £7

As Newquay’s main firework display, you will be blown away by the fantastic firework show organised by Newquay BID, the Town Council and Visit Newquay, there will also be hot food stalls on site, as well as face painters on hand ready to turn your children into any animal and fantasy creature they choose!


Book your stay at Piran Meadows for a bonfire night to remember! Enjoy these events and return back to your luxurious accommodation in our 5 star park.

If you want to enjoy events like these all year round in Newquay why not find out more about our holiday home ownership opportunities? Call our dedicated Ownership Team on 01745858010, or talk to an advisor via our Live Chat service now.

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