Bonfire Night: Fireworks displays in south Norfolk and north Suffolk
Attleborough Recreation Ground, November 1
The annual firework extravaganza returns for Attleborough and surrounding villages from 6pm to 9pm.
It takes place at the Attleborough Recreation Ground in Springfield Road.
Diss Cricket Club, November 2
Veteran firework man Billy Ellwood puts on his fabulous family display again at Diss Cricket Club on Saturday, November 2.
The event will run from 5pm to 9pm at the club in Rectory Meadow.
Refreshments include Dave Harris’s Hog Roast rolls with sage and onion stuffing, home-made apple sauce and crackling.
Fireworks will start at between 8pm to 8.30pm.
Diss Town Football Club, November 5
A bar, hot drinks and food will be available at the fireworks display at Diss Town Football Club in Brewers Green Lane.
The event on Tuesday, November 5 will take place at 7pm, gates open at 6pm.
Admission: £4 adults, £1 under 16's
A spokesman said: "We are set for another colourful display with fireworks from the UK, China and other European countries. Considering you have to spend at least £15 to get a half decent firework in the shops, a family of four can get in for a tenner, we continue to offer exceptional value for money."
Eye Queen's Head, November 3
Come down for the annual fireworks display at the Queen's Head in Cross Street at 4pm.
Burgers, wraps, pulled pork and mulled wine will be available to buy.
Fireworks will be going off just after nightfall.
There will be kids sparklers, games, apple bobbing and more.
Fersfield Airfield, November 6
Diss Young Farmers' annual fireworks display will offer drinks and a burger van.
The event starts at 7pm and entry is £5.
Framlingham Fireworks Spectacle, November 2
The annual display will take place at Pageant Field, Badingham Road from 6pm.
Celebrate Bonfire Night in style with aerial displays, fire shows, mulled wine and a designated sparkler area.
Bonfire lit at 6.30pm before firework display at 7.30pm.
Hot dogs, burgers, soup, crepes, candy floss, drinks and vegetarian options are available to buy.
Tickets are £6 for adults, £4 for children aged 3 to 16.
Advance tickets available from the town council office until close of business on November 2.
Prices are £5 for adults and £2.5 for children.
Harleston Firework Spectacular, November 1
The fireworks display at Archbishop Sancroft High School will be run by Pob's Pyrotechnic and the PTA, alongside Harleston Round Table.
A spokesman said: "It's very much a community event following several requests within the community to bring back fireworks - which used to be held at Magpies hockey ground until a few years ago."
There will be food, music and entertainment and fireworks at 7pm.
Tickets are £5 with children under 5 going for free.
Gates open from 6pm.
Kenninghall, November 5
A village bonfire night with a fireworks display by Titanium will start at 5.30pm in Quidenham Road.
The bonfire will be lit at 6pm with fireworks at 6.30pm.
Bar, barbecue and more.
Entry is £9 on the gate, primary school kids go for free.
Advance tickets for £7 can be purchased from local pubs, shop and school.
Long Stratton Playing Field, November 2
The community fundraising event in Manor Road, will once again have fireworks by Titanium (responsible for New Year's Eve display in London).
There will be food stalls, a beer tent and hot drinks.
All proceeds go to local community groups.
Gates open at 5.30pm and the fireworks display will be at 7pm.
Lopham Village Hall, November 2
To add to a spectacular fireworks display, Lopham is also offering a huge bonfire, hot food and drinks, and a licensed bar.
Gates open at 6pm and the fireworks will be at 7.30pm.
Admission is £8 for adults, children (14 and under) £4, family £20 (two adults/two children).
It takes place off the A1066 at South Lopham.
New Buckenham Village Hall, November 2
As always, New Buckenham village fireworks are going to wow visitors from near and far.
Bring your friends and family to share in one of the most memorable nights of the year on November 2 from 5.15pm to 7.45pm.
The bonfire will be lit at 5.45pm.
Home-made soups, ale, burgers, hot dogs and hot punch as well as glow accessories will be available to buy.
There will also be a raffle on the night to win the chance to start the fireworks display.
Admission: £4 for unaccompanied children, £6 for adults, £2 for children aged 3 and over and children under 3 go for free
Tickets are available on the gate only.
Please park considerately, away from the village hall entrance, weather permitting parking will be available on the cricket pitch behind the play park, it may help to bring a torch.
Please note there is not a specific time for fireworks, it is gauged on the night by food queues, weather and bonfire.
Display usually completed by 7.15pm.
Redgrave and Lopham Fen Nature Reserve, November 3
An alternative bonfire night celebration, fireworks-free, on the Redgrave and Lopham Fen Nature Reserve takes place from 7pm.
Bring a torch and enjoy a walk around the Fen after dark and have dinner around the campfire.
If you have any allergies or dietary requirements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before booking.
This event is suitable for children aged 5+ and all children must be accompanied by an adult.
Dogs on a lead welcome.
Riddlesworth Hall Preparatory School, November 8
A family fireworks display will take place from 5.30pm to 7.30pm in Hall Lane.
Hot food and drinks available to purchase.
There will also be funfair rides.
Admission is £6 per person or £20 per family.
Tickets must be bought in advance and are available to purchase at the school office or via Eventbrite.
No sparklers are permitted.
Rickinghall Village Hall, November 1
Enjoy a hog roast and barbecue with entertainment at the fireworks display at Rickinghall Village Hall from 5pm to 9pm.
Lots of family fun is promised with fairground attractions, including the funhouse, and a fireworks display at 7pm.
Admission: £5 for adults, £2 for children
Visitors are asked not to bring fireworks, not even sparklers.
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