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

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"There are plenty of ways to entertain guests in true Guy Fawkes tradition without breaking the bank so our penny saving team have shared the best ideas for a 5th of November to remember".

But with so many options it can be hard to decide where to go. This year, Guy Fawkes Night falls on a Monday. The event is organised by Kimbolton School Parents' Association.

This year the event is supporting the Harrogate Easier Living Project and Henshaws.

The fun fair will open at 6pm, followed by the lighting of the bonfire at 6.45pm, junior fireworks displays from 7.15pm, and the "mega" fireworks at 8.15pm.

Please bear in mind, there is limited parking in the immediate vicinity so the area is likely to be highly congested. Or if you fancy going a little further afield this year, the Calne Bonfire & Fireworks Night is to be held at Beversbrook Sports and Community Facility starting at 6pm.

Admission is priced at £4 for adults, £3 for children and £10 for a family of four.

Proceeds from the event will be donated to Saint Michael's Hospice.

An occasion to be enjoyed by all the family of all ages it will be an evening of delicious food, show stopping fireworks displays, shopping and more.

Without that support, organiser say this event wouldn't have been possible!

A few precautionary safety measures can make sure that everyone stays safe and can enjoy the celebrations without injury or harm.

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"Horses are easily spooked by a sudden burst of fireworks, which can cause them a great deal of distress".

Call: 01937 585699 or email: wetherbysports@axcis-connection.co.uk for more details.

On the same evening Woodland Waters Holiday Park, in Ancaster, will host a bonfire and fireworks display.

Why do we celebrate Guy Fawkes Night?

Reeth village bonfire and fireworks display will be held on the village green on Monday, November 5.

Scotton Scorchers will also be serving Hutton's pies, sausage rolls, mushy peas and homemade soup, as well as vegetarian pies from Thomas the Baker. There will be fairground rides, mulled wine and food vans.

Sunday November 4, gates open at 6pm and display begins at 7.30pm. There will also be a bonfire and a hog roast and refreshments will be available.

Tickets from Whitby Rugby Club, adults £3, children (under 14s) £1, under fives free. Children 12 and under free.

A Warwickshire vets is offering help and advice to help keep pets calm during fireworks season.

. Gates open at 5.30pm.

Advanced prices £5 per person, family ticket £16 includes two adults and two children.

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