A round-up of the events on offer for families looking to put some sparkle into Bonfire Night Hereford Round Table Firework Display Saturday, November 5 Enjoy an explosive firework display at Hereford Racecourse.
Gates open, 5.30pm, bonfire, 6.30pm, fireworks, 7.30pm.
Adults, £10, children under-16 free.
Kington Saturday, November 5 Bonfire and fireworks at the Recreation Ground at 7pm.
Torchlit procession from the main gate at 6.45pm.
Hot food available.
Adults £3, under-16s, £1 Ewyas Harold Friday, November 4 Professional firework display at Ewyas Harold playing field.
Gates open at 6.30pm. Bar, barbecue and other refreshments available.
Entry £5 adults, £3 children, under-fours free.
Berrington Hall, near Leominster Sunday, October 30 at 6pm. Fabulous fireworks will kick off the winter season with a bang. The dazzling annual display of fireworks will be preceded by an evening opening of the mansion until 5.30pm and refreshments will be served from 4pm.
The hall will host a week of all things Georgian following the firework event.
Treago Farm, St Weonard’s Saturday, November 5 Bonfire night with barbecue, bar, bonfire and fireworks.
Gates open 5.30, bonfire from 6pm Guy and bonfire-inspired art competition All proceeds to Garway School. Details at garwayprimaryschool.co.uk.
Ledbury Firework Extravaganza Saturday, November 5 at 6.30pm in Ledbury park.
Refreshments and glow sticks on sale. Please avoid bringing pets.
Weobley Annual Bonfire by kind permission of Mr and Mrs Ware will be held at Throne Farm on Friday, November 4.
Starts at 6.30pm. Fireworks at 7pm. Entrance: adults, £3 children, £2.
Torchlight procession from the Hopelands Village Hall at 5.45pm. Free parking. Refreshments at reasonable prices.
Sunday, October 30: Scarecrow and Guy competition.
Mordiford school PTFA’s annual fireworks and bonfire night Friday, November 4.
Starts 6pm Plenty of hot food and drinks plus a bar.
Advance tickets are discounted and available from the school (01432 870258) or on the night, £6 for adults and £3 for children, family ticket at £15.00, with under 3s free. Plenty of off street parking.
Breinton Fireworks Party Friday, November 4 at 6.30pm Lower Hill Farm by permission of Mr R Treloar.
Refreshments organised by St Michael’s, Breinton and supported by the Parish Council Court Farm, Tillington Saturday, November 5 from 5pm Bonfire and fireworks evening at Court Farm, by kind permission of Mr and Mrs T Gilbert. Gates open at 5pm, bonfire at 6.20pm followed by fireworks. Admission adults £3, children £2, under fives free. Raffle, refreshments, cakes.
Presteigne Saturday, November 5 Grand fireworks display with the fire lit at 7pm.
A torchlit porcession will leave the Royal Oak at 6.30pm and proceed down the High Street before turning up Station Road at the mini roundabout and up on to Joe Deakins Way, then turn into Slugh Road up to the primary school. Spectators are requested to watch the display from inside the primary school fence only. No spectators will be allowed on the field during the evening.
There is a build-a-guy competition at the Radnorshire Arms (see posters or pop in for further details). The winning guy will be used in the procession with all guys made being put on the fire on the night.
Refreshments and hot food, with music from Brutus.
Admission £3 for adults, £1 for under-16s with primary school children admitted free.
For further details or if you would like to help in any way or make a donation towards the cost of the event please call Alan Randell on 01544 260485.
West Midland Safari Park Firework Festival Saturday, November 5 Firework Festival.
Enjoy spectacular fireworks, blazing bonfire, late night rides, entertainment and refreshments.
Book early and save 25 per cent off admission or 36 per cent off admission and wristband. On the night prices: Admission for everyone aged three-plus: £11 per person. Adult wristband (aged 16-plus): £11.50 per person. Child wristband: £10.99 per person. Buy online at wmsp.co.uk/etickets.
Ross Lions Club Saturday, November 5 at The Chase Hotel Ross Lions Club Bonfire and fireworks display from 6.30pm Light sticks, great food and drink. Fun for all the family Preston-on-Wye November 5 in Chapel Meadow, Preston village Gates open at 6pm and bonfire will be lit at approximately 6.45pm Licensed bar, mulled wine, barbecue and veggie options. £4 adults, £1 children 16 and under No sparklers please.
Colwall Primary School Saturday, November 5 A handful of sporting figures will be burned as pupils have made effigies of their sporting heroes for this year’s firework display. The 5pm event includes two firework displays while visitors will be asked to donate a penny for their favourite guy. Tickets are £2 for children and £4 for adults in advance with proceeds going to school improvements.