Bonfires and fireworks displays are set to light up the skies of Lincolnshire with events running from October 27 until November 8.
Here's a list of what's happening near you...
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27
Fantasy Island, Ingoldmells, Skegness: Fireworks display and bonfire starting at 6pm. Sea Lane will be closed from 5pm to 10pm. Rides will close during the firework display but will re-open until 9pm. All wristbands £5.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31
Lincoln City Football Club: Sincil Bank is holding a night of fireworks and family entertainment. The event offers mascot races, a cash prize fancy dress competition, music from Britain's Got Talent duo Ted and Grace, Ultimate Rock School and Lounge Cruisade. Tickets cost £6 for adults, £4 for concessions and £3 for children with family admission £15 for two plus two. The event runs from 6.30pm until 8.30pm.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1
Springfields, Spalding: James Bond Fireworks Spectacular. Gates open 6pm, fireworks 7.30pm, entertainment until 9pm. Tickets on the gate, adults £7, children £5.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2
Lincolnshire Showground: Lincolnshire Fireworks is offering a traditional bonfire and fireworks display along with a giant funfair, children's entertainment and food stores. Gates open at 4pm with a children's fireworks display at 6:30pm, the bonfire being lit at 7pm and the main fireworks display at 8:45pm. Tickets are £7 for adults, £4 for children and £18 for a family ticket with under 2s free. Parking is also free.
Duke William Hotel in Lincoln: The hotel in Lincoln is offering a free fireworks display. Hot food will be available from 5pm and fireworks begin at 7:30pm. Entry is free.
David Lloyd Health Club, Burton Waters, Saxilby Road, Lincoln: Events opens at 5.30pm with fireworks display at 7pm. Tickets cost £5, with under 2s free. Non-members welcome.
Deepings Fireworks Extravaganza: Annual event held at Deepings Rugby Club, Linchfield Road, Deeping St James. In addition to the stunning fireworks display there will be hot food and drinks, stalls, rides and a licensed bar. Tickets cost £4 for adults, £3 for children, and £12 for a family of two adults and three children. Gates open at 6pm and the display starts at 7.30pm.
The Sun Inn at North Wheatley: Bonfire and fireworks party from 6.30pm.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Jubilee Park Firework Extravaganza:Friends of Jubilee Park, Jubilee Park and Petwood Caravan Park are hosting this years Firework Extravaganza. 6pm start, adults £4, children £2 and family (2+2) £10. Hogroast, barbeque, bar, sparklers and kids toys. Stay on the campsite and get in for free.
A pyrotechnic display:At the National Trust Tattershall Castle Sleaford Road, Tattershall,Lincoln,LN4 4LR01526 342543. Gates open at 6pm and the display runs from 7pm until 7.45pm.
Louth Charity Bonfire and Fireworks Display: Ex-Deighton Close School Field, off Elkington Road, Louth. Gates Open from 5.30pm, bonfire Lit at 6.30pm, followed by fireworks display to conclude by 7.30 pm. Admission- children £2, adults £3. Car park off A16 from Linpac. Hot food and drinks stalls but no alcohol, dogs, chinese Lanterns or Sparklers allowed on site. Organised by and proceeds to the charities of LIONS, ROUND TABLE, ROTARY Clubs of Louth.
Brant Broughton, Playing Field: Village Bonfire and Fireworks Display set to music. Hot Pork rolls, mulled wine, homemade cakes, sparklers and light ropes. Gates open at 5:30pm, bonfire lighting by 6:00pm, fireworks at 7:00pm. Tickets cost £3 per person or £10 per family, 2 adults and 3 children under 16. Street parking only, no on-site car park.
Bridge Inn Saxilby: The Bridge Inn is offering a mix of food and fireworks. Hot food will be available from 5pm and fireworks begin at 7:30pm. Entry is free.
Lincoln Moorlands Railway Sports and Social Club: A fireworks display with performance from singer, Charlie will take place at the club. Gates open at 6:30pm and fireworks begin at 7:30pm Tickets are free to members and their children and cost £2 for guests and children.
Sturton by Stow Recreation Field: Bonfire and firework display in Fleets Lane to raise money for the Primary School and Recreation Field. Gates open at 6pm with hot food and drinks available. Free car park at the school with a torchlit walk to the field at 6pm. No pets or sparklers. For more details call Friends of Sturton School Association on 07947 818528 or 07930 627525
Princess Royal Sports Arena, Boston: Boston Rugby Football Club fireworks fiesta. Gates open 6pm. Fireworks display 7.30pm. Fairground rides, barbecue, licenced bar and balloon artist. Adults £3, children £2.
Lincolnshire Fire Aid Bonfire and Fireworks Display, Grantham: This hugely-popular annual event, supported by Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue, is being held in Belton Lane, Great Gonerby. As well as the spectacular fireworks display there will be children's rides and food stalls. Tickets cost £4, free for under 7s. The gates open at 5.30pm, the bonfire will be lit at 7pm and the fireworks display starts at 7.30pm.
Grantham Rotary Bonfire and Fireworks: Annual event held at Trotters Lane, Harlaxton. Tickets cost £10 for adults and £5 for schoolchildren and includes soup, burger and gingerbread. Donation bar available. The bonfire will be lit at 7pm, fireworks at 7.30pm. Contact Keith Hiley on (01476) 870501.
Stamford and District Kiwanis' Bonfire and Fireworks Spectacular: The annual family event, at Queen Eleanor School, Green Lane, starts at 5pm and the bonfire will be lit an hour later. As well as the fireworks display there will be hot food, mulled wine, fun fair rides. Sponsored by Hanson Cement, Ketton, and all proceeds will go to local charities and good causes. Admission is £5 for adults and £2 for children and free on-site parking is available.
Empingham Social and Cricket Club Firework Night: Tickets cost £3 for adults and £2 for under 16s in advance and £4 for adults and £3 for under 16s on the door. Under two-years-old free. No unaccompanied children. Doors open at 5.30 pm.
The Lions Club of Rutland Annual Firework Display: Children' display and large family display as well as children's light novelties and refreshments at Oakham Rugby Club. Tickets cost £3.50 from Ford's of Oakham and Uppingham Sports and Books, family tickets also available, or £4 on the night. Gates open at 6pm, displays from 7pm.
Gainsborough Rotary Club: The firework display and bonfire will be lit in the town's Lea Park on Saturday, November 3, at 5.45pm. Admission for adults is £4 per person, and children aged between two and 14 will be charged £2. Food and drink will be available.
Hop Pole Pub on Welham Road, Retford: Bonfire night celebrations will include fireworks and a pie and pea supper. Gates open at 6pm, bonfire lit at 6:45pm and fireworks display at 8pm. The night will include live entertainment and an outside bar. Tickets cost £4 for adults and £2 for children under 14 with under fives free.
Newark Bonfire and Firework Display: A professional firework display at Sconce and Devon Park has been organised by firefighters from Newark fire station. There will be a funfair, hot and col refreshments, a huge bonfire and fantastic firework show. Gates open from 5:30pm and entry costs £3 for adults and £1.50 for children and senior citizens.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Lincoln Rugby Club: A firework display and barbecue will be hosted at the club on St Giles Avenue. The barbecue opens at 5pm and the fireworks are at 6pm. The licensed bar will be open throughout. Tickets cost £8 for families and £3 for single admission.
Jakeman’s Stadium, Boston: Boston United fireworks display. Gates open 5pm. Pre-display entertainment. Grand firework display 7.30pm.
Skegness Stadium, Orby: Fireworks display with stock car and banger racing. Start 2pm. Adults £13.50, seniors £10, children £5 on the gate.
Baston Fireworks' Annual Firework's Display: 'Great Britain' is the theme of this year's spectacular staged on the Brudenell Playing Fields, Main Street. The event opens at 3pm with the fun fair, followed by the food court at 4pm and braziers being lit at 5.30pm. The children's firework display, which does not have many big bangs but plenty of light, music and excitement, starts at 6pm. The main display, accompanied by themed music, kicks off at 7pm. Tickets, available from Baston Village Post Office, Main Street, cost £15 for a family of two adults and three children, £5 for adults and £2.50 for children. Tickets at the gate will cost £20 for a family, £7.50 for adults and £2.50 for children.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5
Lawrance Park bonfire and fireworks display:Bonfire lit at 7pm, hot dogs and hot drinks on sale throughout the evening. Admission by donation - please give generously to support this community event - suggested amount £3 per person. All proceeds to Lawrance Park Recreation Ground & Community Association. Event is at Thurlby near Bourne.
Traditional Bonfire Firework Display - Sir Francis Hill Primary School:Gates open at 5.30pm, traditional food, Guy Fawkes competition, Lincoln Beevor Band and Q L Disco Music. Tickets £4 per person family of four £12 (save £4). The event is in its 17th Year and over £1300 has been spent on fireworks. Sir Francis Hill Primary School, Bristol Drive, Lincoln, 01522 520359
Horncastle and District Lions Club: The annual charity bonfire and firework display In the field on the corner of Lincoln Road and Thimbleby Hill junction, Horncastle. Gates open at 6.00pm, the bonfire is lit at 6.30pm and the firework display starts at 7.00pm. Entrance costs £3.00 per adult, £2.00 per child, £10 family ticket and children under five go free. Hot dogs, burgers and refreshments available. All proceeds go to local Lions' charities.
Royal Hotel, Drummond Road, Skegness: Bonfire night fireworks display. 5pm to 10pm.
Bottesford Bonfire Night and Firework Display: Annual event organised by Vale of Belvoir Lions and held at The Paddocks, Devon Lane. In addition to the stunning fireworks display there will be food and drinks. Tickets cost £3 for adults, £1 for under 16s. Gates open at 6.15pm and the event starts at 7pm.
Newark Rugby Union: The Rugby Ground on Kelham Road is playing host to a firework spectacular and bonfire night celebrations. The venue offers fairground rides along with food, refreshments and a licensed bar. Gates open at 5:30pm, the bonfire will be lit at 7:30pm and the firework display begins at 7:45pm. Admission costs £5 for pedestrians and £15 for cars.
Retford Rugby Club: A 'Firework Spectacular' will offer something to suit all ages. Gates open at 6pm and the bonfire is lit at 6.45pm. There will be a children's firework display at 7.15pm with the main display at 7.45pm. There will also be a bar and food.
Sleaford Town Football Club: Fairground rides and food stalls will complement the fireworks display at Eslaforde Park. Gates open at 6pm with fireworks at 7.30pm. A raffle and tombola will also take place. Tickets cost £3 for adults, £2 for under 16's and under 5's are free. Car parking is free and a complimentary bus service is running from Sleaford Market place to the ground from 6pm onwards.
Ancaster Primary PTFA firework extravaganza:Gates open at 6.30pm. Adults £3, children £2, under 4s free.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8
Chairman’s music and fireworks for charity: The Nottinghamshire Performing Arts Advanced Music Ensemble will provide a taste of classical music for the event which will be held in the grounds of Kelham Hall from 7pm. Classical music will be rounded off with a firework display and tickets also include a party supper. Tickets cost £15 for adults and £12 for under 16s and can be purchased by calling the council office on 01636 655911.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10
Bourne Abbey CE School: Fireworks and bonfire. Gates open at 5.30pm. Bonfire 6.3-pm. Fireworks 7pm. Adults £6, children £3, family (two adults and two children) £14, an additional three children’s tickets can be bought alongside a family tiocket for £1.50 each. Tickets from the school office or Deb ‘n’ Hans, North Street.
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