Bath Fireworks 2020

Batheaston Fireworks At Your Fence

Bath Fireworks 2020

We have reached our lift-off goal!

This exciting event will take off on Saturday 7th November at 7 pm

Your donation now has an even bigger impact on the young people of Batheaston and Bathford as 100% of donations from the 1st November will now be going to the Scout Group. Thank you




Full details including where you can see the fireworks from.  But first, we must give Kudos to the wonderful companies that are Sponsoring and Supporting this event.

Firework Sponsors


Charlcombe homes have been our main sponsor for the last two years and we are very grateful that the team who built the houses on Hawkers Yard in Batheaston and Tyning Meadows in Bathampton have given generously again this year.  For more information on their houses and sites check out the Charcombe Homes Website

HomeLets are pleased to support the 23rd Bath Scouts in their endeavour to keep the annual firework tradition alive.  Benefitting from over 25 years’ experience in letting and managing residential property in Bath, HomeLets specialise in ensuring the rental process is a positive one for all.   For more information about the services we offer please visit

Larkhall Farm Shop is a small family-run greengrocer in Larkhall, Bath (formally ‘Tony’s Greengrocers’), The shop is owned by market gardener Gerald Rich who grows most of the green vegetables and salad in the St Catherines valley.  The Rich family have been long term supporters of Scouting in Batheaston and are pleased to be able to Sponsor the event this year.  For more information please visit the Larkhall Farm Shop website

Batheaston Firework Supporters

(in order of signup)


This local events organisation company run out of Northend has pivoted is leading the way in helping businesses run virtual events.  It recently ran the Bath and Bristol Business Festivals and can help your organisation reach out to your customers virtually.  Check out the Event Organisers Network Website for more information on this great local company.


The East of Bath Community website was set up by one of our scout leaders during Lockdown in March 2020.  You can sign up to get information on local events and local company news and offers from this site.  Like the BREDAC service used to be but for all the villages to the East of Bath.  It is free to list for all local companies and organisations.  To sign up for free check out the East of Bath website


Atter’s Plumbing and Heating are based in Colerne and has created longstanding, trusting relationships with clients throughout Bath and surrounding area.  They specialise in gas boiler replacements and new/replacement heating systems although they are available to help with any minor leaks or major mishaps.  Check out the Atters Plumbing and Heating website and ask them to quote for your work.


Enlightened have been big supporters of the annual Scout Bonfire & Fireworks for many years, supplying Lighting, Sound and Power Distribution. We are very grateful for their continued support to 23rd Bath Scouts through these difficult and challenging times for events industry companies.  To find out more about their services please visit the Enlightened website


Nicholas Morley has offices in Bristol and Bath, and has experience in working on projects ranging from house extensions to large scale residential developments and new community centres and pre-school facilities. The practice specialises in the resolution of difficult planning applications, and in achieving planning permission on difficult application sites.  For more information on how they may be able to help with your next project please visit the Nicholas Morley website


Cascara is a small independent vegan cafe in the centre of Bath. Serving food, speciality coffee, hand made juices and home baked vegan treats and can be found at 3 upper borough walls, BA1 1RG.  Please drop by their cafe when the caffeine hit next calls to you in town or follow them on Instagram or Twitter.


CWS Gardening and Landscaping are a landscaping company based in Batheaston offering a diverse and extensive range of services that include horticulture, tree surgery, hard and soft landscaping, stone masonry, groundworks and restoration.  Please check out the CWS Gardening & Landscaping website and request a quote for your next garden project.

Bath Window Cleaners
Bath Windows Cleaners is run by Tom Carter and has a 5 star Google rating.  They clean windows for some of Bath’s biggest and smallest Office Buildings, Town Houses, Homes and Bungalows and have a special offer available if you want your windows cleaned before the fireworks.  For more information see contact them via their Bath Window Cleaner website.

Aspire to move
Aspire To Move are delighted to be supporting the Batheaston Fireworks. We always look to see where we can support local events which benefit the community and we are really looking forward to enjoying the fireworks! We hope you are too. For more information on how we can help you move or rent your property please visit the Aspire To Move website

Mumfords Vineyard is a family run business, dedicated to producing the finest quality English wines. They are in a beautiful setting overlooking the Avon Valley just outside Batheaston. Wines are available to buy direct from the vineyard or from local outlets. Please visit the Mumfords website for more details.

Bath Home Help are pleased to be supporting the Batheaston Fireworks as we strive to support community efforts where we can. We are a local business committed to offering an array of exceptional cleaning services across the city. We pride ourselves on offering roles to parents or carers as a priority whom, as a demographic, are often unfairly shunned by potential employers. We understand that your home is important to you and investing in a cleaning service comes with high expectations, as it quite rightly should. We are renowned for our attention to detail, friendly team and competitive pricing.  For more information and quote please visit the Bath Home Help Facebook Page

Event Details

Do you still have support packages available?

Yes.  You can purchase a supporter package for £50 and have your details, logo and link to your company above.  We will also include a thank you message to you in our social media campaigns and tag you in our general announcements.

Where will I be able to see the fireworks from?

The fireworks will be launched from a private site on the side of Little Solsbury Hill.  The fireworks will explode at a height of at least 50 m and the image below is taken at that height directly above the launch site.  You can click on the image to zoom in.  If you can see your house then you can see the fireworks.  On the night we will fire one firework at 6.30 and one at 6.45 so you can adjust your viewing location.

batheaston Fireworks
Click on the image above to view a high-resolution image you can zoom into.

Can you see where your house? If so, you will see the display!
Please donate if you are…

Posted by 23rd Bath Scouts on Sunday, October 25, 2020

Will the fireworks be loud?

We are sensitive to the needs of livestock and pet owners in the villages and have asked the fireworks company not to include the loud bang fireworks.  They won’t be silent as it is impossible to explode a large firework without a bang but they will be high and as quiet as we can get them.   If you have pets then we recommend you keep them indoors between 7.00 and 7.15 pm.  Please note we will fire a single firework at 6.30 and 6.45 so people can see where best to view them from but we will do our best to make these quiet.

What happens if you do not reach the £3000 target?

Good news – we reached the £3,000 target thanks to the generosity of our Sponsors, supporters and residents.

If I cannot see it from my house what should I do?

It is important that we all follow government guidance on social distancing.   These rules may change right up to the event day so please be aware of them for the evening and do not gather in locations.  There are many pavements and areas that will see the fireworks so walking just a few hundred metres from your house should be enough.  It is important that you do not view the fireworks from public footpaths as these are narrow and you will block them and please do not wander off the paths into farmer fields.    Do not walk up Solsbury hill to watch them 1) because this will actually be one of the worst viewing places and 2) we need the side of the hill clear as our fall out zone.

How Long will the display last?

The display should be around 12 minutes long.

Will the display be cancelled if we have another lockdown?

If the fireworks company is not allowed to work due to government-enforced COVID restrictions we will have to reschedule.  Apart from that we so no reason currently that would force the event to be cancelled due to COVID.  After all it is designed to be viewed from your house – so perfect for lockdown rules should we be in that position (let’s hope not!)

Will the display be rescheduled if the weather is bad?

High winds or heavy rain would force us to be rescheduled.  New dates and time will be posted on this page if this happens.

Can I gift Aid my donation?

Yes.  Gift aid will add 25% more too!



Donate today and help us get this event off the ground!

To find out more information or to donate, support or sponsor this event please visit our CrowdFunding page