New Date: 12th November
Having monitored the weather over the last week things are looking decidedly wet and windy on November 5th. For that reason we have no choice but to postpone our fireworks display until Saturday 12th November.
We are all disappointed that the show will not be able to take place on Nov 5th, but the good news is the Port Eliot Fireworks Display and Bonfire is rescheduled to take place on Saturday 12th November. We hope you can join us then.
We’ll keep you up to date if anything changes, and if you have any questions or concerns you can view the event FAQ’s and of course please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any unanswered questions, or would like a full refund instead of attending on Nov 12th
We appreciate your patience and understanding, and hope you’ll look forward to our biggest display yet – even if it is a week late!
With the British weather being ever changing as it is, the outlook for Nov 5th isn’t looking great, so with that and the safety of our guests in mind we have decided to postpone the event by a week. No doubt, St Germans will enjoy an unseasonably still and sunny day, however we have to take the forecast seriously and hope that we’re making the right decision.
Yes – your tickets remain valid for the display on Nov 12th
Please email email@example.com to request a full refund. You should process your refund by November 5th if you are unable to attend. Your refund will be processed within 14 days, and much sooner if we can.
Yes, please head over to our events page, and buy your ticket online to save 20% on the gate price.
Yes tickets will be available on the gate, they will be £10 for Adults £5 for Youth and free for Children under 5
Yes, there is free parking on site, please follow the signage from the A38, or Polbathic depending on which way you’re coming and you will be directed to our main entrance where you will be directed to park.
Please present your blue badge to any of the parking stewards and they will direct you down to the disabled parking area which is within 50 yards of the viewing area.
No, there will be food vendors and bars at the event.
Only Assistance Dogs will be permitted, however we ask that that Assistance Dogs wear their jackets with clear identification.
Yes, we have a host of great food traders attending the event.
Our very own village pub, The Eliot Arms, has teamed up with Molston Coors and Mother’s Ruin Gin to bring you a great selection of soft and alcoholic drinks. Hot drinks will also be available.
Gates open from 4pm
Unfortunately we don’t allow sparklers to be brought in to the event.
Yes, we encourage you to make sure that you’re comfortable, so if you’d like to bring a camping chair – or any other chair for that matter – please feel free.
After the display you have a couple of options; you can head home, or The Eliot Arms in the village will be open for some live music if you want to make more of the evening.
Make sure you wrap up warm, and that you have suitable footwear. Although we’re hoping the weather will be drier, it is always best to be prepared.
We thank you for your patience and understanding and hope that the decision to postpone will prove to be the right one. All the planning and time that goes in to putting any outdoor show together will always be at the mercy of nature.