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Bonfire and fireworks events in and around Lancashire

PUBLISHED: 09:00 31 October 2017 | UPDATED: 10:23 31 October 2017

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A mini guide to bonfire events in and around Lancashire.

Lancaster Castle firework display by Rob McEwen Lancaster Castle firework display by Rob McEwen

3rd & 4th November

Light up Lancaster, Fireworks at Lancaster Castle

Join Light up Lancaster on Bonfire weekend in a bid to bring the historic city to life with a medley of fireworks at the city’s famous castle. The stunning display will commence at 6.30pm. Order free wristbands in advance to gain entry to main viewing areas.

Entry: Free

Lancaster Castle, Castle Parade, Lancaster LA1 1YJ

lightuplancaster.co.uk/whats-on

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3rd November

Bonfire and Fireworks at Astley Park

Celebrate bonfire night at Astley Park with a special event organised by Chorley Council. This free event will be taking place between 6.30 and 8pm and is suitable for all the family. Free parking will be available in Chorley town cente from 5pm.

Entry: Free

Astley Park, Hallgate, Chorley, PR7 1XA

http://chorley.gov.uk/events/Pages/default.aspx

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4th November

Bonfire Night – Late Night Riding at Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Experience the excitement of Blackpool Pleasure Beach at night time in this special Bonfire night event. Enjoy all of your favourite rollercoaster thrills until late into to the night, and then finish the evening with a spectacular firework display.

Entry: Adult wristbands from £18, (online advance)

Blackpool Pleasure Beach, 525 Ocean Boulevard. Blackpool, FY4 1EZ

https://www.blackpoolpleasurebeach.com

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4th November

Bolton Le Sands Firework Display

Community firework display to celebrate Bonfire Night, organised by Bolton Le Sands Bonfire & Fireworks Display Committee. 

Gates at 6pm, bonfire lit at 6.45pm with fireworks from 7pm. 

Price: £5 Booking is essential.

Bolton Le Sands Community Centre, Packet Lane, Bolton Le Sands, LA5 8DW

www.blsbonfireandfireworks.org.uk

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4th November

Clitheroe Community Bonfire and Fireworks

Clitheroe Bonfire will be hosted on the Castle Field with the fireworks display viewed from the Castle Keep. All proceeds go to local charities.

Gates at 6pm until 9pm 

Price: Adults £5, Children (3-15) £2, Family ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children) £10. 

Clitheroe Castle Field, Clitheroe BB7 1BA

www.tickettailor.com/checkout/view-event/id/116451/chk/bcfe

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5th November

Bonfire Night at Preston Grasshoppers

The popular bonfire and firework display at Preston Grasshoppers returns with their biggest fireworks bonanza eve along with fairground rides and entertainment throughout the evening.

Gates open at 6:00pm; Bonfire lit at 7:00pm; Fireworks at 8:00pm

Price: £5.50, Family ticket £16.50 (2 adults and 2 children) Booking recommended

Preston Grasshoppers RFC, Lightfoot Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston, PR4 0AP

www.pgrfc.co.uk

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5th November

Huntleys Bonfire and Firework Display

Tickets are available for Huntleys  fireworks display and bonfire.

4pm gates open, 5pm bonfire lit, fireworks 6pm.

Price; Tickets in advance Adults and Children £5, Under 3's Free

Huntley’s Farm, Whalley Road, Samlesbury, Preston, PR5 0UN

www.huntleys.co.uk

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5th November

Lancashire Fire & Rescue Service Charity Bonfire and Firework Display 

Lancashire Fire & Rescue Service host their annual event which will raise funds for charity, the beneficiaries of the proceeds from the event will be The Fire Fighters Charity, Derian House and St Catherine’s Hospice

In addition to the bonfire and fireworks, there will be fire engines with the opportunity for the children to squirt water, a sparkler zone and food will be available.

Gates open from 5:30pm, Bonfire 7pm, Fireworks 7:30pm.

Adults £4 Children £2 £10 per family of 4/per car (limited parkeing)

Lancashire Fire & Rescue Service Training Centre, Euxton, Chorley PR7 6DH

 

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