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Fireworks organisers hoping for less stormy Bonfire night

Where to watch the fireworks in Surbiton.

Fireworks organisers will hope the stormy weather is gone by the time they launch thousands of pounds worth of pyrotechnics into the sky next weekend.

The firework display at the Kingstonian Stadium will return again this year, jointly run by Kingston Rotary Club and Kingston Round Table. In previous years a Bond soundtrack played out as fireworks leapt into the sky. The event will also have a funfair with chioldren's rides, refreshments and music from Radio Jackie DJs. The money made will go to local charities.

Tolworth will also have its own display at St George's Church in Hamilton Avenue, with a friendly firework evening including hot dogs, hot chocolates, sparklers and braziers. Surbiton will also host its annual firework exhibition, with a bonfire to be lit half an hour before the show starts. Burgers, hot dogs, soups and cakes will also be sold.

Kingston upon Thames Round Table & Rotary Club Fireworks Display
Kingsmeadow Stadium; November 1, gates open at 6.30pm, fireworks at 8pm (last entry at 7.45pm); £5 adults adv, £3 children adv (5-11 years); www.kingstonfireworks.co.uk
Community firework Night
St George's Church, Hamilton Avenue, Tolworth; November 5, from 6.30pm to 8pm; £3.50 adults, free for under 16; call Ian Mole on 020 8391 5682 for more info.
Surbiton Family Fun Fireworks Display
Berrylands Scout Hut, Stirling Walk, Surbiton; November 5 gates open at 6.30pm, bonfire at 7.30pm, fireworks at 8pm; £7 adults, £4 children; www.berrylandsscoutgroup.co.uk, 020 8399 6747.

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