Fireworks display at Ravenscourt Park (Nov 2016)

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Ravenscourt Park, London 51.496299 -0.238448
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Ravenscourt Park is expecting up to 20,000 people to attend their annual fireworks display.

There will be two different displays, depending on how scared you are of fireworks. The first one will be for the younger kids who might be wary of the big bangs, whilst the main show (with the biggest bangs) will take place later.

You can also have some fun at the fairground beforehand, and there will be plenty of food and drink stalls to keep you going.

Note: Do not bring any sparklers, pets or alcohol.

You might like to look at our complete list of fireworks in London in 2016.

 

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