Grab the gloves and don your winter coat its that wonderful time of the year where you can cosy up with your loved ones and watch a spectacular fireworks display for Bonfire Night. There are plenty of places where you can watch the sparkles in the sky with a chill in the air and a mug of steaming hot chocolate to keep you toasty. Heres our guide to fireworks displays around North Devon this fireworks nightThe Big Sheep, Abbotsham WHEN: Thursday, November 5 COST: £5 per person Doors open to this fireworks and fun family show at 5pm, with a junior fireworks display at 6pm and the main bonfire lit at 7pm. The main fireworks display will be at 7.45pm and as well as this, there will be a chance to enjoy some hot food, toast marshmallows, and have a go in the indoor playground until 9.30pm. Rick Turner, director of The Big Sheep, said: I am looking forward to seeing the childrens faces as they watch the brightly coloured sparkles light up the sky. I remember as a young boy being mesmerized as the dark skies were lit up in front my eyes, so its great to recapture my childhood once again! Irsha Street, Appledore WHEN: Friday, November 6 COST: Free entry (street collection for local charities) The Appledore Pirates are once again holding their Pirates Fireworks Night between the Beaver Inn and the Royal George Inn. The night begins at 7pm, with the bonfire lit at 7.30pm and fireworks at 8pm. Donations to local charities are welcome through a number of street collections as are any volunteers who can visit the site to help build the bonfire from 3.30pm. There will also be food and drink available.Woolacombe fireworks WHEN: Friday, November 6 COST: £5 adult, £3 children, £12 family Fireworks on the Field at the meadow. A torch-lit procession sets off from the Red Barn at 5.30pm. The bonfire will be lit at 6pm with fireworks due to be fired at around 7pm. All proceeds to charity.The Milky Way WHEN: Saturday, November 7 COST: £3 per person (in aid of local charities) Taking place beside the lake of the North Devon Wake Park, Clovelly and Woolserys fireworks promise a fun evening for all the family. The gates open at 5pm, with the bonfire lit at 6.15pm and fireworks at 7pm. The Milky Ways attractions will also be open until 7.15pm. Money raised from the evening, which has been organised by local volunteers, will go towards charities including Woolsery Young Farmers, the fund for Bideford youngster Imogen Smale and Over and Aboves special baby care unit appeal. There will transport from the Milky Way car park down to the lake, courtesy of Woolsery Young Farmers, included in the admission fee.Torrington fireworks WHEN: Saturday, November 7 COST: £3 adult, £2 kids, £8 family The Torrington Cavaliers may have pulled out the stops with their giant Trumpton bonfire in August, but they are still planning an event for bonfire night too albeit on a smaller scale! Join them at Torrington Rugby Club from 7pm until 8.30pm to watch the lighting of the bonfire and a fireworks display. Gates open 6pm, bonfire lit at 7pm. Entry £3 adults, £2 kids, £8 family.