Stoke Park has announced it will be throwing open its doors for a special fireworks display on Bonfire Night.

The historic country club will be hosting the event, which is open to the public, on Sunday, November 5. 

Doors will open at 5.30pm and entry will close at 6.30pm with attendees welcomed with a hot drink on arrival and sparklers for the kids.

A spokesman said urged those interested to buy their tickets quickly to avoid disappointment, saying: "Every attendee will require a ticket, no tickets will be available on the door – there are a limited number of tickets so please do book quickly to avoid disappointment!"

As well as a musical firework displays, a selection of food and drinks will be on offer to purchase.

The spokesman said: "We have a gorgeous selection of food vans and bars for you to enjoy and purchase from directly on the night.

"The bonfire will be lit at 6.00pm and then expect a fabulous musical fireworks display at 7pm."

Tickets start at £10 for children and £20 for adults with under threes free. 

The spokesman added: "Please note this is an outdoor event so please dress accordingly.

"We really look forward to welcoming you." 

Stoke Park is currently closed to the public but it expected to reopen as a luxury golf club. 

The iconic estate, which has appeared in countless films including two in the James Bond collection Goldfinger and Tomorrow Never Dies, has been shut for renovation since its takeover in 2021 by the Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani's company, Reliance Industries.

Online website Luxury Launches reports Mr Ambani was so enamoured by Stoke Park, he bought the property over Zoom. 

Set in the heart of  Buckinghamshire’s green belt within 300 acres of grounds, it is easy to see how new owner Mr Ambani needed little persuading when investing in the site.

But despite its grand exterior, a spokesman for Stoke Park, which previously was open as a country club and hotel, said the building was in need of signficant repairs.

Listing the challenges on their website, a statement reads: "The Mansion requires significant restoration due to legionella, leaking roof and cracks, wall movement over arched doors cracks in wall and corroding ironwork, cracks in ceiling amongst many other issues.

"Built in 1908 the golf course lacks suitable drainage and irrigation technology leading to flooding and regular course closures.

"Shared facilities for hotel guests and golfers do not meet the needs for either guests or golf players.

"There is currently insufficient disabled access and facilities for modern standards.

"The Hotel is not up to modern standards and cannot compete with luxury hotels. Without additional facilities to meet expectations the hotel cannot compete."

A planning application is expected to be submitted to Buckinghamshire Council at a later date.