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Skinningrove Bonfire

Type:Show / Display

Skinningrove, Marine Terrace, Skinningrove, Tees Valley, TS13 4BJ

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Skinningrove Bonfire


Come along and enjoy Skinningrove bonfire. As darkness falls prepare yourself to be wowed by the spectacular firework display followed with a Wintergrove themed bonfire. The event will start with music from 6.30pm, fireworks at 7pm, followed by the bonfire at 7.30pm.

The event is, and always has been, free to attend, but it does rely on public donations to keep going. Collectors will be on hand so, please, dig deep.

A selection of hot food and drinks will be available from a number of outlets in the village. KasKane will be serving some very decent pub fare and, if you pre-book a table, will let you use their car park for the evening. The fish and chip shop will be serving their usual bonfire treats. Shelly Shack will also be open for burgers, hot-dogs, hot and cold drinks and Sheila's Post Office stays open late. The community centre will be serving soups, hot-dogs, tea, coffee etc. with all proceeds going towards the bonfire.

Car parking in the village is very limited and there will be road closures from 5.30pm on Grove Road. Due to the placement of some of the fireworks close to the road, Skinningrove Bank Road will be closed from lunchtime, so get there early if you have to drive. Disabled parking/viewing on the sea front, but this is limited so any Blue Badge holders wishing to make use of this facility should get here early to avoid disappointment.

For further information or to watch the build of the bonfire don’t forget to follow Skinningorve Bonfire on Facebook


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