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Bonfire Night

The Hoe
Plymouth
Devon
PL1 2PA

Tel: 01752 306330

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Bonfire Night

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Remember, remember the fifth of November! 

On Friday 5 November, Plymouth Hoe will be lit up with a spectacular Bonfire and Fireworks display. 

The evening celebrations will begin at 4pm, with fairground rides and delicious food and drink on offer. 

Located near to Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse, you'll find the huge bonfire – don't miss it being lit at 7.30pm. You will also spot Guy Fawkes sitting on top of the bonfire!

A fantastic firework display will also take place, with an assortment of rockets, fountains and firecrackers firing from the Royal Citadel at 8pm. 

It’s a truly family friendly event, so wrap up warm, bask in the heat of the giant bonfire and enjoy the show.  

Travel information

It’s important to plan your travel in advance as Plymouth Hoe and the surrounding areas will be very busy on Bonfire Night, along with road closures in place. 

An extended parking area will be available on the Hoe promenade for blue badge holders, spaces will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. The access will be via Elliott Street entrance to the Hoe promenade from 5.30pm until 8.30pm.

Road closures

  • Sussex Place – 4pm to 9pm
  • Lockyer St (Registry Office) – 4pm to 9pm
  • Windsor Place – 4pm to 9pm
  • Osbourne Place – 4pm to 9pm 
  • Citadel, The Mound – 6pm to 11pm
  • Lambhay Road – 6pm to 11pm
  • Notte Street – 8pm to 9pm
  • Princess Street – 8pm to 9pm
  • Princess Ope – 8pm to 9pm
  • The Crescent – 8pm to 9pm
  • Lockyer St (Registry Office) – 8pm to 9pm

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Season (5 Nov 2021)
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Friday16:00 - 22:30

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