The Event

The event

Oxford Round Table's 55th Annual Charity Fireworks Display takes place on Saturday 2nd November, 2024 at South Park, Oxford and features the following:

  • Our traditional spectacular fireworks display
  • Our enormous bonfire constructed by Round Table members & volunteers!
  • Hebborn's Funfair
  • Fully licenced bar
  • Our fabulous Super Family Tent, dedicated enclosure and viewing area (accessible with our Super Family Ticket)

On-gate prices

Gate prices for 2023 are as follows:

  • Adult (person 18+): £12
  • Child (17 or less): £6

There are no on-gate discounts available whatsoever. This includes no concessions for carers (must have been booked in advance).

How to find us
Fireworks map

What people Say

Oxford Firework's has become a household event and name within Oxford, here a few thoughts & comments from visitors


To ensure you are on the park in time for the fireworks we recommend you arrive as early as possible, to sample the atmosphere and to obtain a good viewing position.

  • Gates open at 4.30pm. Come down early for the funfair and catering village and avoid the queues.
  • Fireworks from 7.15pm-sharp followed by the lighting of the bonfire.

The Venue

The event takes place in South Park. Please wear suitable clothing for an outdoor winter event in a park.

  • You should wear either waterproof walking boots/wellingtons and warm socks. It can be extremely wet on the park even if we’ve had a few dry days.
  • Warm layers of clothing.
  • Torch. Whilst lighting is provided in certain parts of the park we can't cover all areas so it's advisable to bring a torch.
  • See our FAQ's page for other frequently asked questions.

What people Say

Oxford Firework's has become a household event and name around Oxford,
here a few thoughts & comments from beneficiaries

Helen and Douglas house The Oxford Round Table have been a constant support to Helen & Douglas House for a number of years. They have supported us with extremely generous donations from the fireworks displays, attended and supported our events and even supplied the highest quality towels for our children to use. We can’t thank them enough for their continued friendship!

Lucy Walker

Sobell House Over the years Sobell House have had fantastic support from Oxford Round Table. They are really good friends of the hospice and we very much value the relationship we have with all their members. Money raised from the Fireworks on the evening is then used to support so many wonderful local charities and we are delighted to be one of those beneficiaries. Brilliant!

Tim Wraith

Headington Action Festival Committee Committed and creative in its contributions to community cohesion – that sums up our experience of the Round Table. Thanks for your time, ideas and financial support to ensure the continued success of our annual festival.

Elsa Bell