Check out our Hunts Post guide to firework displays in the area
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Sparklers, fireworks, and bonfires will light up the skies over Huntingdonshire this weekend, as November 5 promises to arrive with bang.
This year, there are plenty of events on offer for families to get involved with, and the fun starts early for celebrations at Kimbolton School.
The site will have live music from The Alice Band, fairground rides, and food and drink stalls for its big night on November 4.
Car parking is free on site, but motorists are encouraged to get there early, with gates opening at 6pm.
The display will start at 8pm, under 16s go free of charge, and adult tickets are £12.50.
For those waiting until November 5, Park Field in Hemingford Grey will return with its huge firework display and bonfire for the big night.
Just off London Road in St Ives, the site will open at 5pm before the fire is lit half an hour later.
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Money from tickets will go to local service groups, like St Ives Explorer Scouts, and are £5 for adults, £2 for children, but, if you book early, a family of five is just £10.
To find your nearest ticket seller, go to www.fireworksinhemingford.uk.
Godmanchester will also hold a display on November 5 at Judith’s Field, with gates opening at 6.15pm.
The fire will be lit at 7pm before fireworks at 7.30pm, with fairground rides, mulled wine, and a burger van also on offer.
Tickets in advance are £4 for adults and £1.50 for children, or £5 and £2.50 on the gate.
Pre-school children go free and to book, visit Bellman’s Bakery, Stanjay Tackle or GMC Schools.
Grafham Village’s fireworks will start at 6.30pm with gates open at 5pm.
The event, which does not need pre-booking, is at the village hall and tickets are £4 for adults, £2 for children and free for under 5s.
Warboys will also lit a massive bonfire at 6.30pm, with fireworks at 7pm.
Held at Tythe Farm, Warboys Airfield, there will also be a barbecue and flashing toys for children to wave during the display.
Tickets are £4.50 in advance for adults or £5 on the gate, £3/£3.50 for children, all bookable from Warboys Post Office or newsagents.
The fun continues on November 6 though, as Eynesbury Rovers Football Club start their display for 6.30pm.
Gates open at 5pm, with a licensed bar, snacks, bouncy castle, kids’ ride, and a barbecue on site.
Tickets are £5 for adults, £2 for children, and £10 for a family of four – or £8 if bought in advance.
No parking is available at the event, and places can be booked on 07938 511 581 or at the clubhouse until November 5.