Bonfire night is fast approaching and event organisers are gearing up to light up the sky.
Here is a list of fireworks displays set to take place to celebrate Bonfire Night this November.
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WINDSOR: The Friends of Homer firework display will take place at Homer First School, Testwood Road. Opening to the public at 5pm, the event will include the opportunity to purchase glowsticks, chocolates and refreshments, before fireworks are let off at 6PM. Tickets cost £8, with family of four tickets costing £28. Children under three go free. Tickets can be bought here.
WINDSOR: Legoland Windsor are hosting their annual firework display, where fireworks can be taken to the next level through special glasses that see fireworks turn into exploding bricks. Tickets start at £44 and can be purchased here. The event will take place between November 4 to 6. Children under 90cm go free. Tickets can be bought here.
MAIDENHEAD: Boyn Hill Cricket Club are hosting their annual firework display with fun fair and food. The event opens at 5PM with fireworks set to take place at 7:30 PM. Tickets cost £5, with a family of four ticket costing £15. Under-fives go free. Tickets can be bought online here to avoid queues.
WINDSOR: Royal Windsor Racecourse are putting on their Wizards and Witches firework display. Opening their doors at 4PM, with a Wizard show and refreshments, the firework display will take place at 7:45PM. Adult tickets start at £14, with under 12s costing £8 and under three’s going free. Tickets can be bought here.
STOKE POGES: Held at Stoke Place, Stoke Green, the evening will include food, drink, fire acts and a firework display. Doors will open at 4:30PM with the bonfire being lit at 5PM and fireworks starting at 6PM. Adults tickets cost £18, with children under three going free. Tickets can be bought here.