Here’s where to see bright lights near you
BRAMPTON: 1st Brampton Scouts display at Huntingdon Racecourse, Friday, November 3. Gates, 5.30pm, bonfire, 6.30pm, fireworks, 7.30pm. £4, under-fives free. Funfair, hot food, drinks. EYNESBURY: Football Ground, Hall Road, Sunday, November 5. Gates 5pm,
BRAMPTON: 1st Brampton Scouts' display at Huntingdon Racecourse, Friday, November 3. Gates, 5.30pm, bonfire, 6.30pm, fireworks, 7.30pm. £4, under-fives free. Funfair, hot food, drinks.
EYNESBURY: Football Ground, Hall Road, Sunday, November 5. Gates 5pm, Kimbolton fireworks, 6.30pm. Tickets £4, £2 concessioins, under-threes free. Funfair, real ales, barbecue.
GODMANCHESTER: Community Association, Judith's Field, (junction of London Road and A1198). Sunday, November 5, Gates, 6.45pm. Fireworks, 7.30pm. Tickets: on the gate, adults, £3.50, children £2.50. In advance, children £1.50 from Bellman's Bakery or Godmanchester schools. Bar and funfair.
HEMINGFORD: Saturday, November 4, Field next to London Road, just before St Ives town bridge. Gates, 5pm, bonfire 6.30pm, fireworks 7.15pm. £5 adults, £1 under 16s. Family tickets, in advance only, £10. From: Hemingford Stores, Hemingford Sports and Social Club, Ash's Shop Fenstanton, Jones Marina Fenstanton, January's Estate Agents Huntingdon. In St Ives at: Cambridge Building Society, Gibbs and Dandy, Nuffield Road, Genesis, Bridge St, Homequest, The Broadway, The Oliver Cromwell pub, Optimum Beauty, The Seven Wives pub, The Total Garage, London road, Threshers Ramsey Road. Funfair, hot-dogs, bar, mulled wine. No sparkers allowed.
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HUNTINGDON: Organised by Oxmoor Community Action Group. Coneygear Park, off Coneygear Road, Friday, November 3. Gates, 5pm, bonfire 6pm, fireworks, 6.30pm. Free entry for all. Soup and a bun for £1, children's meals. Children's fire-safety poster design competition - hand in your entry on the field by 6pm and all entrants get a free glow-in-the-dark wand. Three age categories, under seven, under 12 and under 16. Winners' prizes from Argos, Colemans and Cineworld. Sponsored by Crofton
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KIMBOLTON: Kimbolton Castle, Wednesday, November 1. Display by Kimbolton Fireworks. Gates, 5.30pm, display, 8pm. Adults, £6, children, free. Children's fairground, hog roast, burgers, drinks. No sparkers allowed.
SAWTRY: Greenfields, Straight Drove (off the A1 on the opposite side to the village) Sunday November 5, gates 6pm, bonfire 6.30pm, fireworks 7pm. Tickets in advance, adults £3, children £1.50, from Paul Cox, Sawtry Homecare or Sawtry Parish Council. On the gate adults £4, children £2.
WARBOYS: Warboys Youth Action Group. Warboys Airfield, Saturday, November 4. Gates, 5.30pm, bonfire, 6.30pm, fireworks, 7pm. Adults, £4 in advance, children, £2 in advance, from Warboys Post Office and Davies Newsagents. £4.50 and £2.50 on gate. Raffle, barbecue, glow in the dark novelties.
WELLINGBOROUGH: Santa Pod Race Course. Saturday, November 4. Gates, 8am, bonfire 4.30pm first fireworks, 5pm, second 7pm. Monster trucks, jet cars, drag demos, funfair.
Tickets, booked before Friday (October 27) £12 adults, under 16s, free. (Two children per adult). After 2pm, adults £8. On the gate, £15, and after 2pm, £10. 01234