Get creative this bonfire weekend!
Before you head out to watch your local fireworks display this November 5th, have a go at our creative bonfire crafts to take part in with your family. You can create some fun decorations, or some edible treats? Take a look at our fun activities below…
Create your own colourful fireworks at home
Keep hold of your empty toilet rolls, grab some paint and glitter and create a colourful fireworks display!
Simply cut the toilet roll all around from one end to make thin strips, dip the ends in paint, and or glitter and then print them on paper for your very own fireworks display. Or, to add another texture, why not dip a fork into paint and place on your canvas?
Make your own edible firework sparklers
Bonfire night is the perfect occasion to eat plenty of marshmallows. However, just before you turn them into smores, or toast them over a campfire why not decorate them to look just like fireworks! We have created a simple step by step guide on how to make your own delicious firework sparklers which you can download below. Just remember that real sparklers can’t be eaten!
A toasty smores recipe
Smores are our favourite Bonfire night snack. Check out our recipe for an easy guide on how to make some delicious smores at home.
Kingswood camps will be returning in 2019
Did you know we have day camps available at our sister company Camp Beaumont just before the Christmas holidays? Book day camps from just £43 per day from 17th – 21st December!