Bonfire Night celebrations coming up in Northumberland
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It’ll soon be time to wrap-up in layers and brave the cold nights for these anticipated community-run Bonfire Night events across the county.
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Fireworks at Lowick Football Field will be held on Friday November 3 at 6.30pm. Entry is by Donation.
There’s no bonfire this year but a firework display will still take place at Belford football field on Sunday November 5. There will be a funfair, beer tent and burger van available on the field from 5pm with the fireworks starting between 6.30pm and 7pm.
Embleton’s annual bonfire and fireworks will take place on Sunday November 5. The bonfire starts at 6.15pm with fireworks from 6.30pm on the field behind Embleton playpark. Entry is free but donations are kindly received in the numerous donation buckets and on the night. All money raised will go towards next years display.
Alnwick Rugby Club are hosting their display on Saturday November 4, organised by the Alnwick Round Table each year. Gates open at 6.30pm with fireworks starting at 7.30pm. You can buy your tickets on the gate at £6 for adults and £4 for children. Hot takeaway food stalls and a fun fair will provide entertainment for the whole family. Alternatively, book tickets on the Alnwick Round Table website.
Hadston House are hosting are fireworks display for their fifth year on Friday November 3 starting at 6pm. Food will be available from 5.30pm and glowsticks will be on sale.
Fireworks return to Morpeth Rugby Club on Sunday November 5 with the gates opening at 5pm and the bonfire lit at 6pm. You can buy tickets on the gate at £7 for adults and £5 for under 12s. It’s cash only with refreshments available in the clubhouse.
Blyth Town Council announced their display will take place on Saturday November 4 from 4pm, with the fireworks display starting at 7pm. This event is located on the beach at Mermaid Car Park each year and will include their fantastic annual display plus food traders and a funfair.
These fireworks return for bonfire night on Saturday, November 4 with their annual celebrations including firework displays, hot food and drinks from local food vendors and entertainment for all.