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There is something for everyone at this time of year as bonfires and fireworks displays are held at sports clubs, pubs and public spaces across our region.

Bonfire public display

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service wants everyone to have a safe and enjoyable time. The best way to do this is to attend a public display which will be safer and more spectacular than staying at home and trying to have your own in a potentially unsuitable space.

Click here for bonfire and firework safety tips

Please find below a list of events* in all four corners of the Humberside area:


Kilham Bonfire and Fireworks

Kilham Playing Field, N Back Lane, Driffield

Friday 4 November

Gates open 5.00pm

Bonfire lit at 6.00pm

Skipsea Village Hall

Bridlington Road, Skipsea

Friday 4 November

Adults £3 Children £2 cash only

Gates open 5.30pm, bonfire lit 6.00pm

Fireworks’ 6:30pm

Bar, hot drinks, food, tombola

Langlands Bonfire Night Celebrations

Langlands Garden Centre, York Road, Shiptonthorpe

Friday 4 November

Gates open 5:30 pm

Humberdale Farm Bonfire and Fireworks

Tranby Lane, Swanland

Hull Wyke Round Table

Saturday 5 November from 5.00pm

Hog roast, burgers, mulled wine, games, toys and a steam organ.

Free parking, cash only admission

Bridlington Rugby Club

Queensgate, Bridlington

Saturday 5 November

Gates open at 5.30pm

Hot food stalls and fairground rides

Fireworks due to start at around 7.00/7.30pm

£5 for adults, £3 under 16s

Brantingham Park Firework Extravaganza

Brantingham Road, Elloughton, East Yorkshire, HU15 1HX

Saturday 5 November

Gates open 5:00 pm

Entertainment and live music, hot food & refreshments

£4 adult, £2 child, £10 family (advance)

Goole Bonfire and Fireworks

West Park, Airmym Road, Goole

Sat 5 November.

Gates open from 5.00pm

Funfair, children’s rides and food stalls

Fireworks and bonfire from 7pm onwards

Sky Magic - Driffield

Driffield Showground

Saturday 5 November

Gates open at 4.30pm

Funfair, food and refreshments

Pocklington Bonfire & Firework Display

West Green, Pocklington YO42 2NJ

Saturday 5 November

5.3pm – 9.00pm. Bonfire lit at 6pm, fireworks 6.45pm.

Tickets £4 per Adult, £2.50 per child.

The Potting Shed Fireworks Display

Flemingate, Beverley

Sunday 6 November

From 4:00 pm

Two firework displays , live music, hot food & refreshments

Advanced tickets only.


Craven Park Fireworks Night

Sewell Group Craven Park,

Poorhouse Lane, Hull

Saturday 5 November

Gates open 4pm

Pre booked tickets required

Funfair, Viking FM, street food, children's activities

Adults £8, Children (u16) £6, Family Ticket 2 adult + 2 children £24


Firework Display at Waltham Windmill

Waltham Windmill, Brigsley Road, Waltham

Saturday 5 November

Gates open at 5.00pm and display starts at 7.00pm

£4.00 per adult / £1.00 per child (pay at gates on night)

Two Islands Fishery

Barton Street, Grimsby, DN36 5RS

Bonfire and Firework Display

Saturday 5 November

Gates open at 5.00pm and display starts at 7.30pm

West Marsh Fireworks

Saturday 5 November


West Marsh Community Centre, Beeson Street, Grimsby, DN31 2QH

£2.00 entry and under 5's go free (pay at gates on night)


Scunthorpe Rugby Club

Heslam Park, Scunthorpe

Friday 4 November

Gates open at 5.30pm the bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm and the fireworks will start at 7pm.

Ticket prices are £10 for a family ticket (two adults and two children), £4 for adults and £3 children.

Winterton Showground

Cemetery Road, Winterton

Saturday 5 November

Gates open from 5pm

Bonfire lit at 6.45pm.

Fireworks 7.30pm

Barton Lions Bonfire and Fireworks

Baysgarth Park, Barton-Upon-Humber

Saturday 5 November

Gates open at 5.00pm

Bonfire lit at 5.30pm

Fireworks 6.45pm

*Organisers are solely responsible for safety, security, food and drink and value for money. This list is not exhaustive and inclusion on it does not constitute HFRS endorsement