Hammersmith & Fulham Fireworks

Bishops Park display – Friday 2 November
Ravenscourt Park display – Saturday 3 November

Events include – bars, food vendors, funfair and firework displays


H&F fireworks 2018

Event timings

For both events:

Event time – 6pm-9.30pm
Children’s display – 7.15pm
Main display – 8pm

Gates close at 8pm to give us time to clear the way for people who want to leave after the main display has taken place.

For this reason, there is strictly no admittance to anyone (including advanced ticket holders) after 8pm.

There will only be a small number of tickets available to buy on the night at the box office. Queues for the box office are usually longer than advanced ticket holder queues.

To guarantee entry and avoid queues on the night please buy your tickets in advance and arrive early.

Tickets 

Tickets available to purchase from www.ticketmaster.co.uk.

  • £6 Early Bird tickets (available to purchase until 21 October 2018)
  • £8 Advance tickets (available to purchase from 22 October to 3 November 2018) 
  • £8 box office tickets at the gates 
    Limited tickets will be available to buy on the night, but the best way to guarantee entry and avoid the queue for the box office is to buy your tickets in advance.

Admission is free for children under five, and also for wheelchair users and those with mobility issues and their helper.

This year’s heartfelt theme 'Love' will see the fireworks displays being accompanied by a soundtrack of some of the greatest love songs ever recorded, including Florence + the Machine’s smash hit ‘You’ve Got the Love’ and Bob Marley’s ‘Could You Be Loved’.

There will be a funfair, food stalls and new bars serving up a wider selection of drinks than ever before. And for the first time, there will be no need to go looking for a cashpoint as you will be able to pay by card at the bar, food stalls and ticket box office.

Travel, parking and access

Ravenscourt Park entrances are on Ravenscourt Avenue (junction of King Street), and Paddenswick Road (near junction of Goldhawk Road).

Bishops Park entrances are on Bishops Park Road (junction of Stevenage Road), and at the end of Bishops Avenue.


Fireworks at Ravenscourt Park

Maps showing park entry points, disability access, park facilities and other information are below. 

Parking restrictions, road access and temporary road closures.

Disabled access

Wheelchair users and those with mobility issues are welcome at the H&F firework nights and our staff will be on hand to assist you when entering via the Disabled access gate.

  • Disabled access gate Bishops Park: Stevenage Road, between junction of Finlay Street and Ellerby Street (next to Craven Cottage). See access map below.
  • Disabled access gate Ravenscourt Park: Ravenscourt Park (the road), junction of Ravenscourt Gardens. See access map below.

There will be a Disabled viewing area with accessible toilet which our staff will be more than happy to escort you to. Otherwise, please feel free to access any part of the event area.

Please be aware that the event is on a green field site and some areas will be hard to negotiate, particularly in poor weather conditions.

Security

Security checks will take place at all gates, including body and bag searches. It’s best to arrive early to avoid queues.

Items restricted from being brought onto the site during the event include – alcohol, sparklers, fireworks, skateboards, bicycles, dogs (unless guide dogs), illegal drugs and weapons.

Maps

Bishops Park – park plan showing entrances and facilities


Bishops Park - park plan showing entrances and facilities.

Map showing walking route from Putney Bridge tube station to the fireworks in Bishops Park

Ravenscourt Park – park plan showing entrances and facilities


Ravenscourt Park - park plan showing entrances and facilities.

Event set-up and traffic restrictions

Bishops Park

Event set-up: Fielders Meadow and nearby pathways will be closed to the public from Thursday 1 November at 7am to Friday 2 November at 6pm while event organisers set up.

They will be packing up on Saturday 3 November from 7am to 12pm.

All other areas of the park remain open during usual park opening times.

Traffic restrictions: There will be a ‘no waiting or loading at any time’ restriction to the west side of Stevenage Road on the 2 November from 9am to 10pm between its meeting point with Bishops Park Road to its junction with Craven Cottage stadium.

Stevenage Road will be closed for 15 minutes between around 8.30pm and 9pm on 2 November. Two parking bays will be suspended opposite 14-16 Stevenage Road between Wednesday 31 October and Saturday 3 November.

Bishops Park closure and traffic restrictions (pdf)

Ravenscourt Park

Event set-up: The main area of the park will be closed to the public from Friday 2 November at 7am to Saturday 3 November at 6pm while event organisers set up.

They will be packing up on Sunday 4 November from 7am to 12pm.

The all-weather football pitch and the area on the junction of King Street and Ravenscourt Park (the road) will remain open during usual park opening times.

Traffic restrictions: There will be a ‘no waiting or loading at any time’ restriction in the roads listed below between 5pm and 10pm on Saturday 3 November:

  • Goldhawk Road (east side, north and south of Ravenscourt Gardens)
  • Paddenswick Road (south west side, between Goldhawk Road and Dorville Crescent)
  • Ravenscourt Park, Hamlet Gardens and Ravenscourt Road.

No parking will be available outside the Paddenswick Road entrance to the park between 5pm and 10pm on Saturday 3 November.

Ravenscourt Park closure and traffic restrictions (pdf)

Traffic management order

Download the traffic management order (pdf 88KB)

Need more information?

If you’d like to talk to us about parking suspensions or removals, please call us on 0845 206 8602.
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