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What’s on: Bonfire Night events across Lincolnshire

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Remember remember the fifth of November. With Bonfire Night just around the corner, the team at Lincolnshire Reporter have come up with a list of amazing displays taking place across the county.

Here are just some of the highlights:


Scunthorpe

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Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Reporter

When: November 5, gates open at 5.30pm, fireworks start at 7.20pm
Where: Winterton Showground, Cemetery Road, Scunthorpe
Price:  Vehicles – £10, Adults on foot – £4, Children over five years on foot – £2, Under fives  – FREE

Join the annual bonfire fun night, with children’s rides, refreshments and more.

For more information call 07785 277780.


Barton-upon-Humber

New Year Fireworks

When: November 5, gates open at 5.30pm, fireworks start at 6.30pm
Where: Baysgarth Park, behind Barton Leisure Centre, Brigg Road
Price: Adults – £3, Children under 16 – FREE if accompanied with an adult otherwise £1

The bonfire will be lit at 6pm before an expert display of rainbow fireworks.

Hot food and drinks will be on sale at the Lions catering trailer.

For more information visit the website.


Epworth

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Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Reporter

When: November 5, gates open at 4.40pm, fireworks start at 6.45pm
Where: Epworth Showground
Price: Adults – £5, Children under 12 – £2, Under fives  – FREE

Join the community bonfire and firework spectacular!

The bonfire will be lit at 6pm and there will also be children’s rides and entertainment, bar and food court.

Ample free car parking

For more information call 01427 872571.


Stamford

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When: November 5, gates open at 5pm, fireworks start at 6.30pm
Where: Stamford Welland Academy, Green Lane, Stamford
Price: Adults – £5, Children – £2

Stamford and District Kiwanis organise a spectacular bonfire event that draws the crowds to what is regarded as the region’s finest firework display.

As well as a truly giant sized bonfire, the evening includes children’s entertainment, hot food and mulled wine.

For more information visit the website.


Skegness

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Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Reporter

When: November 5, gates open at 5.30pm,  fireworks start at 7.30pm
Where: Bateman’s Visitor Centre, Salem Bridge Brewery, Mill Lane, Wainfleet
Price: Adults – £6, Children under 12 – £3, Under fives FREE

At the event there will also be a hog roast, beer tent and laser show.

For more information visit the website.


Cleethorpes

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Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Reporter

When: November 5, gates open 4.30pm, fireworks start at 9pm
Where: Meridian Showground, Kings Road, Cleethorpes
Price: Adults – £3, Under fives – FREE

Visitors to the event can also hear live music from 5.45pm with tribute acts including One Direction, Robbie Williams, Olly Murs, Adele and Taylor Swift.

There will also be a food festival.

For more information visit the website.


Lincoln

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Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Reporter

When: November 4, gates open 5pm, fireworks start at 9.30pm
Where: Lincolnshire Showground, Lincoln
Price: Adults – £10, Children – £6, Under threes free with an adult ticket

The Lincolnshire Fireworks Spectacular returns with two displays for one price, featuring one for children with no big bangs at 7.15pm and a main display – together with a giant funfair and lots to eat and drink.

The event will also host children’s entertainment, side shows and stalls.

There will also be free car parking.

For more information visit the website.


Boston

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Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Reporter

When: November 4, gates open at 6pm, fireworks start at 8pm
Where: Jakemans Stadium, York Street, Boston
Price: Adults – £6, Children under 16 – £4

Robbie Williams tribute act Kennie J will be on-stage before the grand fireworks display and the United Cheer Team will also be performing.

For more information visit the website.


Woodhall Spa

Lincolnshire Reporter

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When: November 5, gates open 6pm, fireworks start at 8pm
Where: Bainland Country Park, Horncastle Road, Woodhall Spa
Price: Adults – £6, Children – £4

The event will have hot and cold drinks, including a licensed bar, hot food provided by Ribs n Bibs ‘Right on Q’.

There will also be a range of glow ware novelties available to purchase on the night and a pre-show outside disco.

For more information visit the website.


Bourne

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Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Reporter

When: November 5, gates open at 6pm, fireworks start at 7pm
Where: Lawrance Park, Nr Bourne, Thurlby
Price: Suggested donation of £3 per person

Come along to Lawrence Park for a brilliant evening of bonfire and fireworks!

All proceeds go to the Lawrence Park Recreation Ground and Community Association..

For more information visit the website.


Gainsborough

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Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Reporter

When: November 5, gates open at 6pm, fireworks start at 7pm
Where: Lea Park, Gainsborough
Price: Adults – £5, Children under 15 – £3

Once again The Rotary Club of Gainsborough will be putting on a spectacular display at their annual fireworks and bonfire at Lea Park.

There will be free car parking available in a secure area and refreshments served.


Know of any other firework displays taking place in Lincolnshire this year? Let us know about them by emailing news@lincolnshirereporter.co.uk