We have already received many enquiries about our forthcoming Charity Fireworks Extravaganza …
Tickets - available from
· Michaels Drinks World
· Oakes Farm Shop
· A1 Motorist Shop
· Family Advance Ticket £20.00 (not available on the night at Gate)
· Adult Advance Ticket £8.00 on Gate £10.00
· Child Advance Ticket £4.00 on Gate £5.00
You can save by purchasing tickets in advance and remember that Family Tickets will not available on the gate!!
Tickets are also available online at :
We would encourage all of our local customers to walk to the event, however for those further afield parking is available at Heart of England School, CV7 7FW, and normal locations in the centre of Balsall Common.
Blue Badge parking please contact 0845 833 8565.
There will be no parking at the Lant Playing Field or on Meeting House Lane on the evening of 29th October.
Please avoid using Meeting House Lane from 17.00 to 20.30 there will be a lot of pedestrians including many children
Food and Drink
There will be 5 Food and Drink outlets including the Lant Bar.
Feast Catering Burgers and Hot Dogs
Burning Plough Pulled Pork Baps
Coffee Express Premium Coffee and Hot Chocolate
Mums Bistro Samosas and Pakoras
Suzannas Churros Churros
Plus, there will be an inside bar and outside bottle bar
Starting at 17.30 there will be displays by Fire spinners and live music will play during the evening.
Why is this event being held on 29th October and not 5th November?
If you attended our Fireworks Extravaganza last year, hopefully you will agree that the display was truly amazing! This was thanks to our team of Lions and volunteers, but especially down to the expertise of the pyrotechnicians at PYRO 2000.
After last years’ show, we wanted to make sure that we could bring you a display of equal brilliance. This year, 5th November falls on a Saturday, and such is the demand for the expertise of PRYO 2000, (they are already booked for several major national displays on Bonfire Night) that we have decided to give you a super extravaganza on Saturday 29th October instead.