Six of the Best Places to Celebrate Bonfire Night
Get Bonfire Night off with a bang and a sparkle
Gosforth Fireworks Extravaganza
Newcastle Roundtable are back on 6th November with their exciting fireworks display. Children's rides, attractions and food and drink will keep you going while you wait for the fireworks to light up the sky. They’re down to their last tickets, so don’t miss out – book yours here.
On 6th November head to Flatts Farm for this fantastic Pyromusical – perfect for all the family. This huge Bonfire Night celebration is making a return to the same site as the spectacular Kynren. The theme is Around The World and the pyromusical will be set to musical favourites.
Fireworks & Fun Fair Race Night
Enjoy an evening of all-weather racing, fireworks and entertainment at Newcastle Racecourse on Bonfire Night. There’ll be plenty of fun rides, face painting and food stalls and the fireworks display will begin around an hour after the last race.
Harrogate Stray Charity Bonfire Night
For nearly 50 years Harrogate RoundTable have organised a charity bonfire and fireworks event on the Stray – but they need your help to make sure it goes ahead this year. They’ve set up a fundraiser to cover the costs of the event with any surplus raised going to their chosen charity: Friends of Harrogate Hospital. We’d love it if you could help them out!
Silent Bonfire Night at Swinton Bivouac
On 7th November, join the Bivouac’s family-friendly bonfire party (where there’ll be no fireworks or loud bangs – but plenty of fun). Warm yourself around the bonfire whilst enjoying venison or veggie burgers, hot dogs, drinks and sweet treats, including s’mores from the Bivouac Café. The Guy will be lit at 6.30pm.
Family Guy Fawkes Night
Celebrate Bonfire Night at Morpeth Rugby Club at their annual family-friendly firework display. A great local firework extravaganza suitable for all ages, the gates open at 5pm and the bonfire will be lit at 6pm sharp. (Pay on the gate).