Bonfire Night 2018: fireworks displays and events in Blackpool and surrounding areas

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Spilsby Rotary Club will host a fireworks display on Monday, November 5. Light refreshments are available.

Please also be advised there is limited parking and everyone is encouraged to walk where possible.

Park Field, off London Road, St Ives.

From searching online for firework deals to collecting free timber for a bonfire the money saving gurus at have shared their best hacks for an explosively good time without throwing away cash. Bonfire Night kicked off early this year as firework lovers - and the haters - prepared for a celebration that always goes with a bang.

It will be held at Spilsby Playing Fields. Bonfire and fireworks. Adults £5, children £2.

Luckily nowadays our knowledge of animal behaviour is far better than ever before, with a growing number of safe treatments and solutions available; all specifically created to help our frightened pets on Guy Fawkes Night and help them cope with unusual loud noises, and flashing lights.

The event is free to attend and as such the organisers rely on generous donations from guests and local businesses to keep it running. Gates open 2pm with plenty of events and activities; fireworks at 6pm. It will stop outside the Hampden Arms for a short period before reforming and carrying on down the hill to the firesite at South Heighton recreation ground.

On Sunday November 4 at 8pm, this is billed as the largest FREE firework display in Milton Keynes but there is a big fun fair to boot for all the family to enjoy. The Bonfire will be lit at 7pm with fireworks from 7:30pm. Tickets are available in advance or on the gate.

This is a ticket only event, with no cash entry on the night.

Every year, countless animal companions disappear after fireworks displays on occasions like Guy Fawkes Night and Diwali.

Diwali is one of four city-approved holidays a year when short-range fireworks are allowed on private property, without the need for a permit. The funfair starts at 5pm and there's street food, and pie and peas as well as an outdoor beer tent. The first rocket will be launched at 7pm followed by the lighting of the bonfire.

Gates open at 6pm, the fire will be lit at 6.45pm and there will be fireworks from 7.15pm.

This year Newick Bonfire Night will include several elements commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the great war.

Hot food, bar, hot chocolate, tea/coffee, mulled wine. Available from 1-5 November, The Pepperworks, red pepper Bombay sapphire gin, Cointreau, apple juice, lemon juice, vanilla syrup and egg white and the Hot-Spot, maker's mark whiskey, chai tea syrup, falernum liqueur, spice powder are both priced at £14. Tickets cost £4 and entry is free to children aged under 12. The fairground on the Pavilion forecourt opens from 3pm and the judging of the Guy Fawkes competition takes place in Weymouth Pavilion foyer at 6pm. Gates open to the park at 5pm. The bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm with the fireworks display beginning at 7pm. Ticket price is still TBC.