Where can you watch the fireworks in North Devon this Bonfire Night? Check out our at-a-glance-guide to fireworks displays here.
North Devon is gearing up for a weekend of fireworks with plenty of displays starting next week, through to Bonfire Night on November 5
Check out our handy guide below (in date order) to organised fireworks displays in North Devon.
Always the first to kick off the season, Ilfracombe will be hosting its Spooks and Sparks display on Friday, October 26.
Head to Ilfracombe Rugby Club for a Halloween-themed bonfire, barbecue, performers, live music and of course fireworks.
Gates open 6.30pm with the event finishing at 10pm; fancy dress competition as well.
Appledore Pirates will kick off the November fireworks displays in North Devon with its event on Friday, November 2.
The bonfire will be lit at around 7pm with fireworks from around 7.30pm in Irsha Street.
There will be free parking at Skern Lodge and a barbecue as well.
The annual Fireworks in the Field in Woolacombe will also take place on Friday, November 2.
Gates open at 6pm with fireworks at around 7.45pm, with tickets £5 per adult and £3 per child.
There will be a DJ, hog roast, barbecue and fully licensed bar to enjoy all evening too.
Woolsery Primary School will be hosting a bonfire and fireworks on Friday, November 2.
The bonfire will be lit at 6.30am, with fireworks from 7.15pm.
There will also be a barbecue and any money raised will be in aid of The Friends of Woolsery Primary School.
The Parents Association at West Buckland School are hosting their annual fireworks display.
The event will be on Friday, November 2, from 5-7.30pm.
Tickets must be booked online in advance here.
Torrington Cavaliers will also be hosting a bonfire and fireworks on Saturday, November 3, at Torrington Rugby Club.
Gates open at 6pm, with the show starting promptly at 7pm.
There will be a bar and food. No parking on site and no dogs; sensible footwear is advised.
Braunton Cricket Club will be hosting an organised firworks display on Saturday, November 3, with gates opening at 4.30pm.
The display is set to start at around 7.30pm and there will be live music, food and entertainment.
Tickets are £5 an adult and £4 a child with money raised going to the three Braunton primary schools.
The Muddiford Inn are hosting their ever more popular firework party and display.
There will be a barbecue from 6pm and fireworks from 7pm.
Barnstaple Round Table will be hosting its annual fireworks display at Barnstaple Rugby Club on Sunday, November 4.
Tickets cost £4 for adults and £3 for children in advance, or £5 an adult and £4 a child on the door.
The event will start at 5.30pm, going on until 8pm, and visitors are advised to join in the fun at the rugby club rather than watch from the bridge.
There will be a dazzling display of fireworks on Lynmouth beach on Sunday, November 4.
From 5-9pm there will also be hot food, drinks for the children, drinks for the grown ups, live music and lots more fun entertainment for the child in all of us.
The night will start with a lantern parade involving local children and any visitors who want to join in to truly make this a community event.
The Big Sheep
The Big Sheep will be hosting a Bonfire Night Party on Monday, November 5, with fireworks and fun for all ages.
Doors open at 4pm, with junior fireworks at 6pm, the bonfire lit at 7pm, and the main fireworks at 7.45pm.
The event will include a mini street food festival and live fire shows, plus the indoor play area will be open until 9.30pm.
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