Here are the best places you can catch spectacular displays across the East Riding of Yorkshire over the next week, including display times and prices.
Friday 3rd November
Kilham Playing Field Bonfire, Kilham Playing Fields Association will be hosting its annual bonfire and firework show. Food and drinks will be provided by Kilham Primary School to add to its funds. Entry is £3 per adult and £2 for children.
The KP Club Firework Spectacular, Kilnwick Percy Resort, Pocklington, YO42 1UF. Gates open 5pm, fireworks 7.30pm. Enjoy a night of colour and wonderful music, including children’s rides, food and a sweetie cart. Adults £6, children £4 or family ticket £17.50 (2 adults 2 children). Call for tickets 01759 303090.
Skipsea Bonfire Night, Skipsea Village Hall, bonfire lit at 6:30pm followed by a professional firework display. Free of charge, any profits from the Hog roast etc will go towards Skipsea Village Hall.
Saturday 4th November
Driffield Bonfire Night, Last year saw 3,500 people attend the thrilling event at the Driffield Showground and it is anticipated this year it will be another popular occasion for the whole family.
Once again the Driffield & Wolds Weekly is throwing its full support behind the event by sponsoring the popular firework display, which is being staged by local firm The Fireworkers.
Organised by Driffield Town Council and Driffield Showground Events, the visual spectacular will take place on Saturday 4th November. There will be a small funfair for young children, food outlets and a bar.
Gate open 4:30pm – 9pm, Bonfire lit at 7pm and the huge professional firework display will begin at 7:30pm. Adults £3, Children under 16 £1, Under 5s Free.
Hull Wyke Round Table Bonfire. Humberdale Farm, Swanland. From 6pm, with fireworks at 7.30pm. There will be a hog roast, mulled wine, hot dogs and more, bonfire and fireworks spectacular. All the money raised from the event will go towards local children’s charities. Prices cost £10 for cars, £4 per adult walking entry and £2 for under-16s.
Sunday 5th November
Beverley Westwood Lions Club Bonfire & Fireworks, Beverley Westwood, bonfire lit at 6:30pm, Professional fireworks display from 7:30pm. Free of charge but donations welcome to covers costs. It’s sure to be a night full of sparkles and dazzles!
Cottingham Tigers RLFC Bonfire Extravaganza, The Roy Waudby Arena, Willerby, gates open at 5:30pm, bonfire lit at 6:30pm, fireworks from 7pm.
Luttons Bonfire Night, off Back Lane, West Lutton, fire lit at 6:30pm followed by firework display. Free of charge however donations are greatly appreciated in aid of next year’s display.
The Ship Inn, Sewerby 11th annual Charity Bonfire Night Extravaganza in aid of Bridlington and Flamborough RNLI – Donations welcomed on the gate
Gates open at 5pm with a Street Food Festival A Traditional Carnival of Funfair Rides and Stalls will also be on site to enjoy.
Bonfire will be lit at 7pm and the fireworks at 7:45pm Live Music will be provided by The Animal Club and The Sticklebricks throughout the night – Free Car parking is available at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, thank you to ERYC for kindly helping us with this
Holme bonfire and firework display. Ye Old Red Lion, Holme on Spalding Moor. Bonfire will be lit at 6pm followed by fireworks at 7pm. There’ll be an outdoor gin bar, jacket potatoes, homemade soup, hot chocolate, hotdogs and burgers.
York Maze There will be fire shows, the lighting of York’s biggest bonfire, live music, side shows and fireworks choreographed to music. See their website for details and tickets.
Pocklington Bonfire and Fireworks at West Green
(Sunday) 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm West Green, Pocklington York YO42 2NJ Pocklington Town Council info tel: 01759 304851 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bridlington Rugby Club in conjunction with Bridlington Lions
Fairground Rides, Hot Food & Drinks stalls, Various side stalls, Bar will be open
Gates are open at 5pm. Entrance Fee – Adults £2 – Children £1