As much as we love your emails, it’s probably worth checking out the FAQs below before you rush to it…
When is the event?
The event will take place on the 2nd of November 2019. This year we have a Low-Noise Display at 4:00pm (fireworks begin 5:30pm), followed by our Feature Display at 6:00pm (fireworks begin 8:00pm). For full details please take a look at the Event Schedule.
After the gates open there will be plenty of time to eat, mingle and soak up the atmosphere before the fireworks go off.
Which ticket do I need to buy?
Over 18: Adult ticket
Aged 6-17: Child ticket
Aged 5 and below: Free! But if you’re booking online please specify how many Under 6 tickets you are booking.
As we have two events happening on the same evening, please make sure to buy tickets for your desired display. Tickets only permit entrance to their specific event, not to both, so if you wish to attend both displays you need to buy two tickets.
The Low-Noise Display will have smaller bangs, in order to be toddler and autism friendly, but will still be just as fun and exciting! We recommend it is suitable for children under the age of six, although everyone is welcome. Check out the Low-Noise Display page of the website for more info.
The Feature Display is our usual fireworks spectacular with all the classic bangs and sparkle of a Wild Wolf display.
How can I buy tickets?
Online Advance Ticket bookings are now open, click HERE to buy. Also visit our Ticket Info page for information on timings and prices. Advance Tickets can also be bought from Scout Park on any Wednesday in October, or from any of Wild Wolf’s Explorer Scouts.
Tickets will also be available to buy on the gate, but these tickets are priced slightly differently so we recommend you try and book in advance in order to save money and skip the queue!
Will I be able to park my car?
Unfortunately the site car park will be unavailable to park in, as it will be filled with stalls and other great things to do at the event. However, the local streets have free parking! The streets will fill up very quickly so we strongly recommend you walk or take public transport (there are bus/tube stops very close by – see Location page for details). Plus, it’s a great way to be more eco-friendly!
Will my children get bored?
No! There will be lots of activities for children to do leading up to the fireworks display, including several activities which are brand new for 2019.
What’s the food like?
We provide a variety of BBQ food for both meat eaters and veggies, plus other food stalls such as falafel wraps and hot soup. We also have a wide range of sweet treats, ranging from Norwegian Waffles to fresh candy floss and Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
All our food is very reasonably priced (we know feeding a family adds up!). Our food is of the highest quality and our meat is sourced from a local butcher.
How accessible is Scout Park?
Almost all of Scout Park is accessible by wheelchair, but given the outdoor nature of the site the ground may become slippery or muddy, so please keep this in mind. If you have any specific questions or concerns about accessibility, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who exactly are you?
That’s a bit personal, mind your own business!
Only joking! We are an Explorer Scout Unit and registered charity based in Scout Park, and part of the Scouts. The team behind the volunteer-run fireworks display is a mix of Leaders, Explorers and parents who come together and help put on an amazing event for our local community.
Where does the money go?
All the money we raise stays within the Explorer Unit and Scout Park, to help support those in hardship and enable them to take part in all the amazing adventures we go on (see our blog or check out our social media to find out what the Unit has done recently).
If you have a question that hasn’t been answered or you are unsure about anything then please contact us HERE