COVID-19 announcement - We are following government advice carefully and not making any decisions on 2020 just yet. If we need to postpone or move any 2020 event(s) we will validate your tickets for use at any single event in the next 2 years. Take care, stay safe. Thanks for the support - we know how keen people are to attend.
Belvoir Castle is the setting for the event, a stately home set in the border crossings of Lincolnshire/Nottinghamshire/Leicestershire countryside. Why not enjoy the landscape and isolated atmosphere with a picnic and fireworks.
From London - From A1 North
Belvoir can be reached via the A1 North to Grantham. Take the A607 signposted to Melton Mowbray (You will see brown heritage road signs for the Castle from this turning.) After approximately 3 miles on A607 turn right through Denton then to Woolsthorpe-by-Belvoir.
From Nottingham - A52 (towards Grantham)
By-pass Bingham on A52. After approximately 3 miles from Bingham turn right towards the village of Redmile (You will see brown heritage road signs for the Castle from this turning.) Drive straight through Redmile to crossroads. Drive over crossroads straight up the hill to the junction.
From Leicester - A607 to Melton Mowbray
From A607 heading towards Grantham you will pick up brown heritage road signs for Belvoir Castle approximately 4 miles after the village of Waltham-on-the-Wolds. Follow these signs until you reach the castle.
Tickets can be bought online from this web-site, by ringing MLE the organisers on 01327 876037, or at the entrance gate on the day. If you buy tickets in advance then there is a discount offered. The tickets are posted out to you along with a letter and leaflet for the event. If you pre-order you will receive information about the next event along with a discount code for future years. You can opt not to receive this during the booking process.
Make it an evening to remember for less. Pre book your tickets before the event and you could save up to 20% off the gate price.
Each event runs as a competition format with 3 teams firing against each other. The audience have the chance to text vote for the winning display and the result is announced after the final display by organisers MLE Pyrotechnics.