The Dengie Hundred

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Welcome to the ancient Hundred in Eastern Essex

Public Fireworks Events

The fire service suggest that it is safer to attend a public fireworks event than holding your own back garden bonfire party.

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There are no major fireworks displays in the Dengie Hundred area. The nearest large display is at Maldon or South Woodham Ferrers.

Some villages or groups hold their own private bonfires but there are three annual bonfire/fireworks events in the area

St Mary's Burnham on Crouch

St Mary's hold Burnham Bonfire on the Saturday nearest to 5th November.

There is  large bonfire on the church green with spectators standing on the metalled car park area.

Burgers and drinks are sold by the church.

Gates open at 6pm with the bonfire lit at 6.30pm.

Entry is free but visitors are asked to bring some unopened fireworks (preferably one large rather than several small) and donate to the reception table near to the church entrance.

Full details on the St Mary's web site

St Lawrence Watersports Club

The Watersports Club have a large bonfire with fireworks on the car park of the clubhouse.

The bonfire is normally the Saturday nearest to the 5th November with the bonfire lit at 6pm and fireworks starting at 6.30pm.

While the event was started for Club Members , local residents are welcome to attend.

Details from Stone Watersports Club

Prince Of Wales Fireworks, Stow Maries

The Prince of Wales holds an annual fireworks display which proved very popular.

As well as the normal  fireworks and bonfire, entertainment is provided and of course the real ale for which the pub is renowned.

This event normally takes place on a Saturday at the end of October.

There is a charge for entry to this event.

Further details from the Prince of Wales Website.