Where To Watch Fireworks On Bonfire Night 2019 In London

BEXLEYHEATH: Welling Round Table holds a charity fireworks event in Danson Park, with a 25 -minute display over the lake, choreographed to music. A children’s fun fair and food and drink stalls also feature. 2 November 2019

DULWICH: Head to Dulwich Sports Club for a family-friendly evening. We’re promised more food and drink stalls than previous years including mulled wine, ale, pizza and a barbecue. Under 10s go free. 2 November 2019

MORDEN PARK: The first display by the London Borough of Merton takes place in Morden Park with funfair rides, refreshments, a bar, and two different firework displays. 2 November 2019

CARSHALTON: Wallington & Carshalton Round Table puts on a charity firework display in Carshalton Park, with all profits to local charities. 2 November 2019

BATTERSEA PARK: One of London’s biggest firework displays takes place in Battersea Park, with a bar, food stalls and entertainment running alongside the display. New for 2019 is an afterparty for adults only, taking place at Evolution Battersea, and only open to fireworks display ticket holders. 2 November 2019

BLACKHEATH: It’s hoped that this year’s Blackheath fireworks will go ahead, but at time of writing, they are ‘under threat due to financial cuts’ and Lewisham Council is running a crowdfunding campaign. Possibly 2 November 2019

BECKENHAM: Beckenham Fireworks in the Park is organised by the 5th Beckenham South Scouts, and as such is a really family-friendly event. Last year, there was a quiet display, a main display, plus food stalls and a funfair. Check back on the website for this year’s details and tickets. 2019 date TBC.

CRYSTAL PALACE: It’s not yet been announced whether Crystal Palace Park will host fireworks this year. Keep an eye on the website. 2019 date TBC.