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Enjoy the Betley Bonfire and dine at The Broughton

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If you’re looking for a proper bonfire to light up your Guy Fawkes celebrations, they just don’t get any better than the pyrotechnic spectacular held annually in the charming village of Betley.

What is the Betley Bonfire?

Always an absolute cracker, Betley Bonfire is one of the biggest bonfires in the country and promises to fill the night sky with a bigger and better aerial firework display than ever. It’s on Saturday November 4th 2023 at Betley Court Farm, Betley.

Run entirely by volunteers, the bonfire event raises lots of funds for local clubs, charities and good causes, and with the natural amphitheatre of the Betley Mere and the surrounding parkland it makes the perfect viewing spot for visitors to take in all the varied attractions. Stanworths Fun Fair is also on site, with rides for children and adults of all ages. 

What time in the Betley Bonfire?

Gates open at 4pm, but as this is a popular event you’re advised to leave with plenty of time. The bonfire will be lit at 6pm, with the firework extravaganza starting at approx. 8pm once the bonfire is going strong and the crowds have arrived.

Do you need tickets for Betley Bonfire?

The event is strictly ticket only with children under 3 years old free. Additionally, there’s free onsite parking available. You can find more information and buy tickets at the Betley Bonfire website.

The only way to top a display like that…

…is with an equally spectacular display of culinary wizardry just a mile or so down the road from Betley, at The Broughton restaurant in Balterley.

Whether you choose to dine before or after the bonfire, you can’t fail to be impressed with the finest cuisine, prepared and cooked with genuine flair and unbeatable style, served with unparalleled service, and a passion to please – all hallmarks of the inspirational Broughton dining experience.

A few items to consider from our menu:

To start, may we suggest Lobster Sesame Scotch Egg with sesame seeds, tahini dressed salad and soy & ginger sauce.

Alternatively, you could try the utterly scrummy Crispy Shredded Chicken Strips with sticky sweet chilli & lime sauce.

Or go all the way with the Broughton Sharer: Yakitori chicken skewers, crispy shredded beef with sticky soy & ginger, coronation fishcakes with curry emulsion and whipped chicken liver parfait on focaccia croute.

For your main course there’s our superb Broughton Braised Beef Cottage Pie, topped with Italian hard cheese & onion crust served pickled red cabbage.

Or why not dive into Slow Cooked Lamb Shoulder, with creamy celeriac puree, celeriac chips, cavolo nero cabbage and lamb sauce.

Perhaps our sizzling Pan Roasted Salmon is more to your taste, with sun blush tomato & olive oil mash, wilted spinach and miso & Thai basil hollandaise

To finish, treat yourself to some Limoncello Cheesecake with honeycomb ice cream and lemon curd, or wade into a big, self-indulgent helping of Hot White Chocolate Cookie Dough with raspberry gel and white chocolate ice cream.  

So why not make it a bonfire night to remember and book a table at The Broughton?