Fireworks Display | Scout Park, Bounds Green, North London

FIREWORKS TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE – we will be selling tickets for our fireworks display every Wednesday evening from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at Scout Park. For more details, take a look around our website or email us at

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Welcome to North London’s favourite fireworks display…

Our annual, family-friendly bonfire and fireworks display draws crowds from all over North London. With a variety of food stalls, from Norwegian waffles to barbecue and handmade falafel wraps, games for children, and an impressive array of sweet treats, there really is something for everyone. Not to mention marshmallow toasting on our bonfire, and, of course, the main event: the fireworks! 

Last year, we were featured as one of Buzzfeed’s ‘16 Amazing Places to Watch Fireworks in London‘, and many of our visitors have ranked us higher than local competitors. We have also been listed above Alexandra Palace’s display by entertainment and culture magazine Time Out!

To get a better idea of what our event is all about, read Little Outdoor Kylie’s lovely blog post from two years ago.

Our display is characterised by its family-friendly atmosphere and all-round appeal. Run by young people, for the local community, we are proud to put on an event that stands out from the crowd. Now in its eighth year, it will be held on the 5th of November 2016. We’d love to see you there! 

For more details, have a little nose round our website and our useful FAQs, and if you can’t find what you’re looking for then please do get in touch at!

Thank you for your support,

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Our Fireworks Display: community-focussed, family-friendly, and fast approaching!

Fireworks night is fast approaching, and with it comes our annual family-friendly Fireworks Display and Bonfire!

In order to make the event as amazing as possible, there is, of course, a lot of work to be done. We started by getting our shiny new leaflets printed, and tried to distribute as many as we could, before this year’s fancy tickets arrived. The first tickets were sold to eager parents and members of the local community alike, on a Wednesday evening before Explorers, and the hope that this could be our biggest display ever came along with them.

Our fancy new hi-vis vests have arrived!

We had our usual night of flyering, with the Explorers putting flyers through letterboxes in the local area, to raise awareness of our event. With more recent weeks has come more physical preparation, and the formation of three new teams to help organise and promote Wild Wolf and our fireworks display. The Creative Team has been painting signs and making sure we have enough glass jars to house all our many tea lights – they make beautiful decorations on our stalls! The Publicity Team have been making sure that the social media side of the event is covered, by tweeting, instagraming and facebooking all the ticket selling (wherever it may be…) and making sure that everyone knows about the event and how great it will be!

This week we’ve been down at Rhodes Avenue Primary School selling tickets

On the tech side of things, our Production Team have been working behind the scenes to ensure that everything runs smoothly on the night: playing with lighting, to make sure that the display will look amazing, planning the video, organising logistics and making sure that all the many many many cables that we are going to need are in order for the big day!

The whole Unit has been getting hands on and working hard in preparation for our biggest event of the year, which is set to be the best one yet!

For more details about the event, including how to buy tickets, see our Fireworks Display page, and to keep up to date on all our preparation, check us out on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram!

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