Hopetoun’s big night won’t be a damp squib

Hopetoun fireworks
Hopetoun fireworks

Hopetoun House is once again set to stage its spectacular and much-anticipated annual bonfire and fireworks night on Saturday, November 1.

With Scotland’s finest stately home providing the backdrop for the display, the evening will be hosted by Ewen Cameron from Heart Scotland and feature plenty of family entertainment.

There will also be a stunning performance from the popular Rock Choir.

Readers can grab a bargain if they are quick off the mark and book tickets before next Wednesday, October 1.

Visitors to the event are being asked to dress up as there will be prizes for the best Hallowe’en costumes, while a variety of fairground rides will help to keep the little ones entertained.

And with plenty of hot food stalls, no-one will go home hungry.

The fabulous fireworks finale will round-off the evening with a selection of ‘terrifyingly’ good songs and a display designed by the award-winning company 21CC Fireworks.

Piers de Salis, general manager at Hopetoun House, said: “We are delighted to be continuing our immensely popular bonfire and fireworks night at Hopetoun.

“After five successful years it’s become a feature for local families and we’re delighted to offer a discount for those who always buy their tickets early.

“We are very much looking forward to putting on another unforgettable evening of family entertainment.”

Tickets go on sale today at a special price of £8.50 per adult and £6 per child (aged 4-15), if purchased before next Wednesday, October 1.

After October 1, adult tickets will be priced at £12 each with no change to children’s ticket prices. Children aged 3 and under enter for free.

Discounted tickets can be purchased online now at www.hubtickets.co.uk

After October 1, tickets can also be purchased in person from Hopetoun Farm Shop in Newton or at Edinburgh Fireworks Store at the Hopetoun Sawmill.