Firework displays 2022: Bonfire night celebrations in Northumberland
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The long-term weather forecast suggests temperatures on November 5 and 6 will be slightly warmer than average, though there will be a chance of scattered showers.
But no matter what the autumn weather has in store, the evening is guaranteed to be fun for all the family. Here is a round-up of some larger events.
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Alnwick Rugby Club are hosting their annual firework display on Novermber 5. The gate will open at 6.30pm, and the first rocket is due to be launched at 7.30pm. Kids will be able to enjoy Slaters funfair, and there will be food and drink from the rugby club. Entrance on the night is available at £6 per adult and £4 per child. Alternatively, to book tickets go to www.alnwickroundtable.co.uk
Belford has organised its annual display for November 5 and it will take place at Belford Golf Club. People will be welcomed into the grounds from 5pm to see the fireworks and a huge bonfire.
Organisers are asking for any unneeded wood to be left outside houses that morning to help fuel the fire.
A bonfire is being lit a night early, on November 4, at Seahouses Golf Club at 6pm. The golf club is also accepting anything wooden for its blaze – the more wood donated, the bigger the fire will be.
Morpeth Rugby club are celebrating their 40th annual firework display on November 6. The gates open at 5pm, and the bonfire and fireworks will be lit at 6pm. The clubhouse will be open throughout the evening for refreshments.
Hadston is starting its celebrations on November 4, behind Hadston House. The evening will include a food van, fireworks and glow sticks. The entertainment is set to commence at 6pm, so make sure to arrive promptly.
Bonfire night celebrations take place in Embleton on November 5. A bonfire will be lit from 6.15pm, and the firework show will start at 6.30pm. There will also be a chip van to keep hunger pangs at bay.
Blyth’s firework display is set to kick off at 7pm, but people are welcome on to the grounds from 4pm to enjoy the funfair and a variety of food vans. The event is taking place in the Mermaid Car Park and is free of charge. As the beach car park will be closed, other areas will be opened up for parking and will be clearly signposted.
The bonfire night celebration kicks off at 2pm, and the fairground rides will continue running until 8pm. Coast Radio is also joining the event and will be playing music from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. The main event kicks off when the bonfire is lit at 6pm, and fireworks will be set off shortly afterwards. Although the event is free, there is a suggested donation of £1 per person.
Bonfire celebrations return this year on November 5 at Alnmouth Common. The fire is due to be lit at 5.30pm, followed by the firework display at 6pm. Drinks will also be available courtesy of the Whittling House.
Lowick Football Field is hosting this year’s celebration, and the fireworks will be launched at 6.30pm. The event is free, but a donation is asked for.
As well as the fireworks and bonfire, a burger van will be on the field.