December 8 2013 Latest news:
By Paul Christian, Chief reporter
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Where better to see fireworks go off with a bang than somewhere that really knows its saltpetre from its sulphur?
Learn about 17th century life, meet ‘the ghost of Guy Fawkes’ and celebrate with a 15 minute firework finale.
The world of Guy Fawkes and his fellow conspirators is being brought back to life at The Royal Gunpowder Mills, in Waltham Abbey, on Saturday, November 2 and Sunday, November 3 with some fabulous displays and activities.
A spokesman said: “Discover the true story of Guy Fawkes and his infamous gunpowder plot by getting to know the characters involved and their 17th century lives during a light-hearted re-telling of the story in a special theatre production, ‘The Ghost of Guy Fawkes’, which is suitable for all ages and included in the admission price.”
Enjoy a traditional fireworks party that will not only see the 15-minute display, but will also feature braziers, fairground rides and craft activities such as making Guy Fawkes lanterns.
When: Guy Fawkes Festival – Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd November
• Open from 12 noon till 7.30pm
• 15 minute firework display finale at 7pm
• Adults £9.75, Children (3 to 15 years) £7.25, Under 3 FREE, Concessions £8.50, Family tickets £35.00 (2 adults & 3 children).
Where: Royal Gunpowder Mills, Beaulieu Drive, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 1JY
Telephone 01992 707370.
Half term events will also be held at the site next week.
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