The Morden Park fireworks involve bonfires and two displays, the first of which is at 6.45pm and is suitable for young children, followed by a more elaborate (read: way louder) adult display at 8.30pm, again kicked off by a bonfire. Fairground rides and food stalls also make an appearance.
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fireworks are great a bit over priced on the fairground side of things and getting ripped off by the bunch of crooks from the fairground regarding the hot drinks and food serving me the new good food on top and hard and old food at the bottom of the container, please check before you hand them the cash.
Incredibly disappointing. Arrived at 7.45pm in order to view the second bonfire and fireworks. Was still queuing at 8.30pm to get into the park. No orderly queue formed at all. People pushing and shoving from all directions. No stewards overseeing into the park let alone throughout the queue. Two lifeless policemen standing there doing nothing. After waiting 45 minutes we turned around and walked out. Why pay £8 to go in when the fireworks had already started? Poorly organised.