Fireworks at Kingsmeadow, Kingston (Nov 2016)

Address:
Kingsmeadow, Jack Goodchild Way, 422A Kingston Road, Kingston, London 51.406050 -0.281429
Dates & Time:
Gates open 6.30 PM (last entry 7.45 PM); Fireworks start at 8 PM
Tickets & Cost:
Adults £4 (£5 on the day)
See kingstonrotaryclub.org.uk
Telephone:
The contact number for Kingsmeadow is +44 (0) 208 547 3396
Parking:
If you’re driving to London here are some car parks near Kingsmeadow
Minicabs:
Book a minicab near Kingsmeadow
Buses:
The following bus routes go near Kingsmeadow: 131
London bus fares 2016
Trains:
Norbiton
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Kingston's annual fireworks display will once again be held at Kingsmeadow Stadium.

The gates open at 6.30 PM and the fireworks will be lit at 8 PM.

There will also be a kids funfair and some food and drink stalls, and Radio Jackie will be on hand to provide some music and entertainment.

Note: Please do not bring any sparklers, pets or alcohol.

 

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