Beaconsfield Cricket Club (BCC)
Wilton Park
London Road

BCC is located at the London End of Beaconsfield Old Town on the A40.

Walking is the best way to get to us.

Please do not confuse our Beaconsfield Cricket Club Fireworks Festival and Bonfire with a separate display being held at the Rugby Club.

Our Display is organised in compliance with the Local Authority Safety Advisory Group to ensure a successful, exciting and safe evening for all.

We are grateful for the help of Thames Valley Police and St John Ambulance.

If you suffer any injury, please seek out the trained volunteer staff at the First Aid Station. They are always very pleased to help.

Please help us by being responsible. Drive carefully. Please do not cross any barriers erected for your safety.

For your own safety, we do not allow you to bring alcohol or your own fireworks to the event. This includes sparklers: they are too dangerous where there are crowds and excited children.

Wet Weather

Please note – the fireworks are not weather dependent – the display will proceed even in the event of rain.


If you live locally, and are able to walk to the fireworks, please do so. You'll avoid the risk of spending time in a traffic queue and have more fun.


Park in the Town’s Car Parks or on the streets where parking is permitted and take a stroll to the Cricket Club for a great night out!

Please avoid obstructing entrances and exits to peoples’ homes and kindly avoid parking on the Pyebush roundabout and on the A40 as this is a Red Route for Emergency Vehicles.

Buy tickets in advance if possible

It speeds up your entry to the event and you get a discount! Purchase them via your participating local school and they benefit.

Allow plenty of time

The gates open from 5:45pm, the bonfire is lit at 7:00pm and the fireworks are set off at 7:30pm. We recommend arriving as early as possible to allow plenty of time to park and make your way in to the event. Please allow at least half an hour to park your car, walk to the gates and find a comfortable viewing location.

Clothing and footwear

Please wear warm clothing, especially young children. Coats, gloves, scarves etc. are recommended.

Depending on the weather, on the day and preceding days, there may be mud in the cricket ground and surrounding areas, so please wear boots or wellingtons.

Young Children

Arrive soon after the gates open, to allow plenty of time to park, visit the fairground and buy refreshments and glow toys. Sometimes there is the bonus of seeing other displays in the distance before our display starts. Do not risk missing the start of the bonfire or the fireworks by arriving too late.


All areas within the venue will be lit. However, if possible, please also bring your own torch.


Remember where you park your car.