Cambridge Bonfire night 2022

As Halloween ends with a succesful ghost hunt and punt around the city of Cambridge and the clocks go back an hour, it’s time to sit back and enjoy the bonfire. Every year on November 5th, Guy Fawkes night returns to the English calendar, inviting spectators to let off bonfires and fireworks all throughout the country as autumn begins in earnest. the most prominent free firework display in Cambridge, is back on Saturday, the 5th of November,2022.

Cambirdge Bonfire Night

This year, Cambridge bonfire night is taking place in Midsummer Common. The fireworks will start at 7 pm and the bonfire will be lit afterwards. Cambridge’s firework display is one of the few existing publicly funded displays of this size in the area. As a large number of the city’s top businesses are collaborating to present this outstanding display to the city through a special joint sponsorship. The Cambridge bonfire night is sponsored by Illumina.


The firework display


The firework display is going to be designed by Pains fireworks.  There will also be food vendors to grab a bite from. This is going to be a fun activity for everyone to enjoy. It is expected that a large group of people will be in attendance.


Cambridge City Guide

Don’t forget to get your free interactive cambridge city guide when you book your punting tour with us. The cambridge city guide includes hidden gems and local secrets. More importantly, it gives you discount in some of the best local stores and coffeeshops. We  recommend grabbing yourself a cup of coffee and a pastry from some of the amazing local bakeries in Cambridge like Bridges.   We  Also suggest going punting during the day. After all, our landing stage (CB5 8AG) is a few steps away from midsummer common. As you enjoy the college backs of cambirdge university. Whilst doing some sightseeing of the gorgeous bridges that cannot be seen on foot.


Make sure to check our online availability through our website or call us on 01223651659 during office hours and we will book you in.









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