All profits from Oxford Round Table's Annual Fireworks Displays are donated to local charities and worthy causes. Amongst those who have applied for, and received donations in 2018-19 are: -

  • Yarton Scouts
  • Headway
  • OxTalk
  • Royal British Legion
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Anthony Nolan Trust
  • Friends of South Park
  • Seesaw
  • 22nd Oxford Sea Scouts
  • Sobell House
  • Magies
  • 2nd Oxford Scouts
  • Iraqi Womens Group
  • Moving Music
  • Gatehouse
  • Emmaus
  • Headington Action

Since 1967 we've raised and donated over £1m and we're hoping to add to this again in 2020.

We welcome requests for support from local organisations and these can be made by contacting us at oxford@roundtable.org.uk

Where the money goes
Where the money goes

What people Say

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

Our Facts.

Just a couple of top-level stats for you.


£'s Raised for charities


Fireworks used in our display


Firework events held


Charities we've helped in the last 52 years


Charities we've helped in the last 12 months


Current number of Round Table Members in Oxford


Questions we often get asked..

Can I buy tickets without paying the booking fee?

Absolutely! You can buy physical tickets, in person, from The Hub in Headington, Monday - Friday, 9 - 5. Please note - CASH ONLY.

What time are the fireworks?

The gates open at 4:30pm, with loads going on throughout the park. We aim to fire the display around 6:45pm, however, this is sometimes delayed due to sheer volumes of people wanting to get into the park (arriving late)!

Can I watch the display outside the park?

You could - BUT - you won't get the best view or experience, and remember, all profits raised from the event go to charities across the city.

Is there parking, and where can I park?

There is no parking at the event, and we encourage all visitors to use sustainable methods of transportation to get to the event. Please see our Park and Ride tickets for further details.

Is there disabled access?

We run a shuttle for the less able bodied from the entrance gate on Cheney Lane, down into the park. Just ask for the shuttle when you arrive at the Cheney Lane gate.