With Bonfire night just around the corner, it’s time to wrap up warm in the winter woolies and get ready to enjoy some spectacular fireworks.
- Battersea Park Fireworks, London
In what promises to be an electrifying show, the skies of Wandsworth will come alight with the grandest of fireworks. Taking on this years theme of power, the music the fireworks will perform to is inspired by this. Make the most of your trip and visit Battersea Power Station whilst you are there, and enjoy food and drink before and after the show. The tickets for the 50,000 capacity sell out quickly, so book early to avoid disappointment.
- Bath Rotary Club Fireworks Display, Bath
Enjoy the fireworks from a riverside setting at the annual Bath fireworks display. The sky will be filled with an array of bold and bright colours, in shades of rich pinks, oranges and golds. Doors are open from 5.30pm, with the fireworks kicking off from 7pm with refreshments available.
- The Piggy Bonfire, The Foresters Arms, Manchester
If you are in and around the Manchester area, it’s well worth a visit to this magical display. With toffee apples, treacle toffee, a magician, music, hot food and an outside bar, you will be kept thoroughly entertained throughout the evening. With no wellies required – it’s quite simply a night not to be missed!
- Lewes Bonfire Night, East Sussex
Not your average bonfire night, Lewes Bonfire Night focuses more on the historical processions that take place in the medieval town. It is a very important event to the residents, and something that is a big part of their community culture. Enjoy marching bands, street parades and fancy dress costumes, with bonfires alight on almost every hill in the town. The event peaks with a mind-boggling fireworks display.
- Cameron House Fireworks, Loch Lommond
Set in one of Scotland’s most picturesque locations, a dazzling fireworks display will be hosted on the front lawn of the beautiful Cameron House. Enjoy the sky being illuminated and a glittering panoramic view of the loch and its backdrop. There will be food, hot chocolate and mulled wine to keep you warm and get you in the festive spirit!
- St Helen’s Rugby & Cricket Ground Fireworks, Swansea
Get your gloves on and write your name in sparkles at the biggest fireworks display in Swansea. The ‘extravaganza of entertainment and fun’ will see a round up of entertainment taking to the stage for the evening to compliment the dazzling display that will light up the Swansea Bay skyline. From local musicians to jugglers and circus skill workshops, you are sure to be in for a fun-filled evening.
- The Boundary House Fireworks, Leeds
It’s one of the biggest events of the year at the Boundary House and it’s all kicking off from 4pm on Saturday. There will be local traders, food stalls and a special bar serving hot cider, and it is a very friendly family community event. The bonfire kicks off at 6pm with an out of this world fireworks display starting an hour later. The Boundary Bakery will be on hand with unusual treats such as bonfire lollies and liquorice brownies so everyone is in for a great evening.
- St Ives Porthminster Beach Fireworks, Cornwall
Enjoy this spectacular display on the beach whilst watching the skies become illuminated in wonderful shades of pinks and purples, whilst catching the reflection of the sea and lighting it up. Friends and family will gather on picnic rugs to spread on the sand, where you can lie back and enjoy the outstanding views.