With Guy Fawkes night just around the corner, we have lined up our guide to bonfires that are open to the public to help you have a safe night.
Witton Park Bonfire, Blackburn – Saturday 2nd November
The Annual Blackburn Charity Bonfire Night and Firework display will take place at Witton Country Park, Blackburn on Saturday, 2nd November 2019. 6pm – 9pm, Fairground Rides, Firework Display, Roadshow.
Darwen Mayor’s Charity Bonfire – Saturday 2nd November
Darwen Cricket Club is proud to welcome back The Mayor’s Annual Charity Bonfire, bigger & better!. The event will take place on Saturday 2nd November 2019.
The fire will be being lit around 6:30pm & the professional firework display will be around 7:30pm. Plenty of things to do on the night, including fairground rides and food stalls. Admission is by donation to the Mayor’s Charity.
Clitheroe Castle Bonfire and Fireworks – Saturday 2nd November
Clitheroe’s annual community bonfire is a professionally organised, family event, with plenty of food & drink concessions, award-winning firework display all set to Ribble FM’s music against the backdrop of the Castle! All proceeds to local charities. Ticketed event Family tickets £10.
Langho Community Bonfire and Firework Display – Saturday 2nd November
Annual village bonfire and fireworks display. Organised by and in aid of St Leonard’s Langho Scout Group. Event open to all. Money raised on the night funds weekly meetings and activities for over 75 girls and boys. Tickets in advance or on the gate.
The Observatory Pub – Blackburn – Friday 1st November
A CHARITY firework display is taking place at The Observatory pub in Blackburn.
The event is raising money for The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association. The firework display will start at 7.30pm on Friday – weather permitting. Entry to the event will cost £1 for adults and children go free.