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Fireworks displays in Norfolk: 13 Bonfire Night celebrations

PUBLISHED: 12:16 17 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:16 17 October 2018

Firework displays in Norfolk you can't miss (pic: Zoblinski, Thinkstock)

Firework displays in Norfolk you can't miss (pic: Zoblinski, Thinkstock)

Archant

“Remember remember the fifth of November!” It’s almost that time again, so break out your woolly hat and gather your loved ones up to enjoy a roaring bonfire and glittering fireworks

Big Boom! Norwich Castle Fireworks

Friday 2nd November. 7.30pm. Norwich Castle, Norwich. Free

Corpusty & Saxthorpe Bonfire

Saturday 3rd November. Procession at 6pm, bonfire at 8pm. Free but donations encouraged

Hunstanton Bonfire Night

Saturday 3rd November. Gates at 5pm, bonfire at 6pm, display at 7.30pm. Hunstanton Cliff Car Park. Cars £15, on foot adults £5, under 16s and over 65s £2

Crusaders RUFC Bonfire

Saturday 3rd November. From 6pm. Little Melton Rd, Hethersett. Cars £10

The Lighthouse Inn fireworks, Walcott

Friday 2nd November. Gates at 5.30pm, children’s film-themed display at 7.15pm, main display 8.30pm. Coast Road, Walcott NR12 0PE. Family tickets £20 in advance, £30 on the day

Fawkes in the Walks

Friday 2nd November. Bonfire at 6.30pm, display at 8pm. The Walks, King’s Lynn. Free. Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult

Taverham Scouts Fireworks Night

Saturday 3rd November. Gates at 6pm, two displays at 7pm and 8pm. Taverham Scout HQ, Sandy Lane, Taverham. Tickets £6, strongly advised to book online before the event as sells out quickly. Print off “eticket” from PayPal receipt

Bodham Village Bonfire & Fireworks

Saturday 3rd November. Gates at 5.45pm, bonfire at 6.40pm, display at 7pm. Bodham Playing Field. Adults £2, children £1, family £5 (two adults, two children)

• Rackheath Fireworks Extravaganza

Friday 2nd November. Gates at 6pm, display at 7.30pm. Rackheath Stracey Sports Park, Green Lane West. Adults £5, under 16s £2

Firework Spectacular at Wymondham Rugby Club

Friday 2nd November. Gates at 6.30pm, display at 7.30pm. Wymondham RFC, Tuttles Lane, Wymondham. Adults £5, children £4

Deer’s Glade Annual Charity Fireworks Night

Saturday 27th October. Gates at 6pm, procession at 6.30pm, bonfire at 7pm, fireworks at 7.30pm. White Post Road, Hanworth. Single ticket £5, family of four with two adults and two children £15

Lenwade Fireworks Extravaganza

Saturday 3rd November. Gates at 5pm, bonfire at 6pm, display at 6.30pm. Lenwade House Hotel. Adults £8, children £4, under 4s free. Tickets must be booked online

New Buckenham Bonfire & Firework Display

Saturday 3rd November. Gates at 5.15pm, bonfire at 5.45pm. New Buckenham Village Hall

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If you have any details about firework events in Norfolk, send an email to Samuel.Mathewson@archant.co.uk

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