Get yourself down to a free local bonfire and fireworks display for a sport of Guy Fawkes fun on a budget.
Drag your guy over to Pype Hayes Park in North Birmingham for a free fireworks display. The gates open early at 4.30pm with the display due to start at 7.30p, you’ll find food stalls and a fun fair to keep you entertained in the meantime.
Saturday 5th November. Visit the Birmingham Council website for more information.
Whizz down (see what I did there) to south London for Blackheath’s firework extravaganza. Known to attract over 100,000 people this event throngs with the hustle and bustle of a fairground and dozens of food vendors so you can treat yourself to a traditional toffee apple as you watch the fireworks overhead.
Saturday 5th November. For more info visit the Lewisham Council website.
Whitely Bay is the place to be for fireworks action in the north east, as North Tyneside Council host a free display at The Links. Get there early as the display starts at 7pm sharp.
Sunday 6th November. Take a look at the North Tyneside Council website for more information.
The biggest bonfire night event in Leeds is held at Roundhay Park. Huddle around the bonfire with the tens of thousands of expected visitors and find yourself a good spot for the fireworks display at 8pm.
Friday 4th November. For all the latest, visit the Roundhay Park website.
If you’re in the Merseyside area, find your way to either Sefton Park or Newsham Park as Liverpool Council set off simultaneous displays across the city. This display is due to start at 7.30pm.
Saturday 5th November. Visit Liverpool City Council website for more information.
Head to Glasgow Green to see how Glasgow does Guy Fawkes night with the famous Winter Gardens as a beautiful backdrop. Entertainment includes fireworks, laser shows and live bands from 6.30pm.
Saturday 5th November. Visit the Glasgow Life website for more details.
Platt Fields is the place to become bonfire night in Manchester, featuring a family fun fair, food stalls and a fireworks display starting at 7.30pm. Get in there early because this place gets busy.
Saturday 5th November. The Manchester City Council website has all the latest.
Featuring Bristol’s very own Reggae Orchestra and stalls that will cell you hot cider, why would you want to be anywhere other than Lawrence Hill’s Trinity Centre with the entertainment rolling on until 10.30pm.
Sunday 6th November. Visit Bradley Stoke Town Council website for more details.
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