I have a question about tickets.
Check our ticket faq’s on the Buy Tickets page.
What times do the gates open?
Gates open at 2pm on Saturday 7th September 2019.
What time do the fireworks start?
The displays start at approximately 8.00apm, with typically a 10
minute break between each display for technical and safety checks.
Do I need to arrive early to get a good spot?
If you want to be at the front of the action, it is worthwhile arriving early in the day, but the main event will be seen from anywhere in the arena.
Is parking free?
Yes, we have a large car park next to the event arena.
Can I bring a coach, and do I need to reserve parking?
Yes you can bring a coach. We advise you to contact us via phone or email to arrange parking.
Are there camping facilities?
Not presently, but there are many local hotels and B&B’s nearby.
Are there toilets? Do any have disabled access?
Yes, there are plenty of toilets within the grounds, some with ramp access.
Are there disabled parking spaces?
Yes. Please call us on 01384 402266 and we will send you a parking permit.
Is there a meeting point?
Yes, there is an information point situation within the hall grounds near the gate into the spectator area.
Is there a drop off point?
Yes. It is clearly signposted on the road, and is shown as #10 on the interactive aerial map below.
I have lost something. Who should I contact?
The Information point on event day, or organizers Jubilee Fireworks thereafter on 01384 402266 or .
Can I get access to my car once I have entered the event?
Yes. Please keep your ticket with you and see one of the ticket officials before you leave the arena.
Can I arrive on foot?
Yes, although it is some distance. There is a drop-off point where you can enter the field on foot (shown on aerial photo below).
Is there an event programme?
Yes. You can view and download a .PDF of the current programme from the menu. The 2019 programme will be available when tickets go on sale soon.
What should I bring to the event?
We suggest checking the weather forecast in case rain protection is needed, but remember to bring warm clothes as September nights can be chilly. Most spectators bring camping chairs. Money to buy food/ drinks, or bring your own. Please read the Safety notice on restricted items. A torch is always handy. And your ticket!