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Big Blaze returns to Lintz Hall Farm

THE TEAM behind Psycho Path are ending the event with a bang, with elaborate plans for a family-friendly Bonfire Night extravaganza.

The Big Blaze returns to Lintz Hall Farm, at Burnopfield, on 6 November, with a packed programme of site-wide entertainment from 5pm until late.

Little ones and their families can enjoy a fire and angle grinding show, a variety of fairground rides and take home a memento of their evening by visiting one of the professional photography stations.

And those who stick around until it gets dark can make the most of a stunning firework display and a huge bonfire.

The event will also be home to a vast street food and drink village, with vendors including Hatch 76, Acropolis, Brack Burger, Frosty’s Fish and Chips, Parm-O-Rama, Truly Madly Pizza and Sweets, Treats and Deserts. 

The main barn will house a huge draught bar offering a wide range of beers, wines and spirits and visitors can also make the most of The Wolf Bar’s spirits and cocktails, Crazy Ned’s Horse Box Draught Bar and Monument Coffee Company.

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Matt Smyth, of 700 Acres Ltd, which organises the Big Blaze, hopes to see a big turnout.

“We’re lucky to have a huge site to work with at the farm, which makes it a perfect location to celebrate all the fun of Bonfire Night,” he said. 

“We’ve pulled out all the stops this year to deliver a really impressive firework display and there’s plenty for all ages to enjoy.

“From delicious food to top quality entertainment, it’s sure to be a fantastic night out for the whole family.”

Tickets cost £10 plus booking fee and children under 4 go free.

For more information, or to book tickets, visit https://www.psycho-path.co.uk/event/big-blaze-2020/

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