Somerset fireworks displays in Ashcott, Cheddar, Evercreech, Shepton Mallet, Street, Wells, Wedmore
Mid-Somerset clubs and organisations are ensuring that this year's bonfire night will go with a bang as there are plenty of public displays on offer.
Starting things off this year is Street Football Club tomorrow.
Organisers have changed their event to a Friday night so as to avoid clashing with Bridgwater Carnival.
Gates open at 6pm with the display starting at 7.30pm.
In the clubhouse there will be live music from TJ, plus all the normal hot food and drinks will be available from the canteen.
Admission is £5 per adult, £3 for children (under 16) with under fives free.
A family ticket can be purchased for £15 this will consist of two adults and three children aged five to 16.
All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Military charity Afghan Heroes will be lighting up the skies above their Somerset Retreat in Ashcott with a free firework display on November 2.
Every rocket fired at the display will commemorate a serviceman or woman who has been lost in Afghanistan.
Charity founder Denise Harris said: "This year's display will be especially poignant for all of us as our sponsors Standard Black Cat Fireworks have donated a rocket for each and every one of the servicemen and women who have lost their lives in Afghanistan.
"Each rocket will carry the name of the fallen serviceman or woman along with the date they fell."
The Heroes Over the Retreat event will kick off at 6pm with a competition for the best dressed Guy.
The bonfire will be lit at 7pm in the paddock and the firework display will start at 7.30pm.
The free event will be held in the paddocks at the Somerset Retreat in Ashcott and feature an outside bar, hot dogs, burgers, soup and roll.
For further information visit www.trueheroes.org.uk or visit the Retreat at www.thesomersetretreat.org.uk.
Cheddar Vale Lions Club is holding its bonfire and firework night on Saturday at Cheddar Rugby Club.
Gates open at 6.30pm and family tickets are £10 in advance or £12 on the gate.
Single entry is £3 in advance or £5 on the gate. Advance tickets are available from Woodbury Insurance and Deane's Outfitters, in Cheddar.
A competition is being held to make a Guy, maximum height 50cm, out of recyclable materials including cans, cardboard, plastic bottles, string, etc.
There will be prizes in three age groups and entrants should bring their Guy along on the night before 7pm and make sure their name, age and contact details are attached.
For more details see the website at www.cheddarvalelions.org.uk.
On Saturday at 7pm Evercreech is holding its annual bonfire and fireworks event at Weston Town Playing Field.
Shepton Mallet Round Table are holding their annual firework and bonfire evening also on Saturday, starting at 7pm.
The event will be held at the West Shepton Playing Fields, Old Wells Road.
Advance tickets are £4.50 or £5 on the gate and children £2.50 or £3 at gate, with tickets available in advance from Shepton Mallet Tourist Information Centre.
Wells City Football Club is hosting a Firework Extravaganza on Sunday.
Gates open at 6pm and there will be hot food and drink available.
Wedmore Young Farmers' firework display is being held at Wedmore playing fields on Sunday.
The bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm with the fireworks display starting at 7.30pm. Refreshments of hot dogs, soup and punch will be available.
Tuesday evening, Street Harvest Church will be hosting nearly 1000 guests from the local community as it puts on its annual free Fireworks Party in Merriman Park, Street.
A long standing fixture in the community life of Street, images from past years have featured on the front cover of the local Tourist Information calendar, and the early start time (6pm for a 6.30pm show) and free hot dogs make it a real family-friendly event with younger families able to come out and see the spectacle.
This evening (Tuesday 5th November), Street Harvest Church will be hosting nearly 1000 guests from our local community as we put on our annual free Fireworks Party in Merriman Park, Street. A long standing fixture in the community life of Street, images from past years have featured on the front cover of the local Tourist Information calendar, and the early start time (6pm for a 6:30pm show) and free hotdogs make it a real family-friendly event with younger families able to come out and see the spectacle.
For further information go to www.streetharvest.org.uk.