Bonfire Night celebrations are taking place across the county, and we have picked out some of the biggest and best to attend in our area – tonight and across the weekend.
For more details on where to go and how to get tickets, see the pages below.
These are some of the organised firework displays in our area this year. Photo: adobe stock
The popular Fleetwood Fireworks Extravaganza is to return for the first time since before the Covid locksdowns.
It will run on November 5 from 5-8pm at Marine Hall Gardens.
Entrance is free, but donations are encouraged. Photo: Visit Blackpool
3. Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Enjoy the end of the season with a spectacular firework display on November 4.
Fireworks start at 5pm and some rides will close earlier than scheduled due to the firework safety exclusion zone.
These rides include; ICON, Sky Force, Big One, Eddie Stobart, Veteran Carousel, Alpine Rallye, Avalanche, Steeplechase, Big Dipper and PB Express, Infusion, Grand Prix and Bradley & Bella’s Garden.
You will need a wristband to enter. Photo: submit
4. Blackpool Cricket Club
The club will run its Bonfire Night event from 5pm on November 5.
The bonfire will be lit at 7.30pm and fireworks are at 8.15pm.
Single tickets are £5 and family tickets are £15 (two adults plus two children). Photo: Google
5. Fylde Rugby Club
Lytham Round Table charity fireworks display takes place at Fylde Rugby Club on November 5.
Gates open 5:30pm, fireworks start 7:30pm.
There will be fairground attractions and food and drink served in the club.
Tickets £5 or £17 for a family of four. Photo: Google
6. Cottam Hall, Poulton le Fylde
The Rotary Club will hold their Annual Poulton Bonfire and Firework Display on Sunday, November 5.
The bonfire will be lit at 7pm and fireworks will start at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £4 for adults, £3 for children, or a family ticket costs £12. Photo: Bill Johnson