Bonfire Night Terms and Conditions
The Bolton Abbey Bonfire Night Terms & Conditions, please read carefully
Bookings and tickets are non-refundable, exchangeable or transferable.
Admittance to the Bonfire event will be granted on production of a printed paper copy of your online ticket.
Your booking and order confirmation will be emailed to you on booking. It is your responsibility to check all details are correct.
Online ticket sales will close on 2nd November 2018 or before subject to demand.
Tickets sales on the night are subject to availability.
All prices are inclusive of VAT.
Please ensure you wear warm clothing and wear appropriate footwear. Walking boots or wellies recommended.
The event takes place in the evening so it will be dark; please take extra care when walking around. Extra lighting will be provided but torches are advisable.
Timings for the evening may change and are subject to the weather conditions.
The event includes fireworks. Fireworks may not be suitable for young children. Fireworks are subject to strict health and safety laws. In certain weather conditions, such as strong winds or fog, it may be necessary to delay the start of the display or suspend the display completely if conditions do not improve.
Ticket prices are subject to change
Bolton Abbey Estate accepts no liability for loss, damage or injury to person or vehicles however such loss or damage is caused.
You are not permitted to bring your own fireworks, alcohol, glass bottles, glass containers, gazebos, tented structures, barbecues, fires, cookers, lawn candles, Chinese lanterns, floating lanterns or naked flames to this event.
Sparklers may be used within the designated sparkler area and must be disposed of safely
No seating or shelter is provided
No animals are allowed except assistance dogs.
The bonfire takes place on the grass field next to the river Wharfe, adjacent to Riverside car park. There are no paths in this field.