Pugh, Pugh, Barney McGrew, Cuthbert, Dibble and Grub will have their hosepipes at the ready for Torringtons giant Trumpton bonfire this weekend.Its taken two years to construct, and on Saturday night the life-size replica village will go up in flames with fireworks for charity. Torrington Cavaliers chairman Steve Young said: Its been hard work over the last two years or so, and its a relief that weve finished. Theres more that we could have done, but as it is, Trumpton is looking impressive. Cavaliers secretary Nick Hallam added: All the ingredients are now in place for an amazing show. Gates to the show on Torrington Commons open at 4pm and people are urged to come early to avoid queues. The main pre-bonfire entertainment starts around 7pm with field parking provided on the edge of town just follow the black and yellow signs. The main road through Torrington, in the vicinity of the bonfire site, will be closed to all traffic from 4pm until midnight. All money raised on the night will go to various local charities.Entry prices are £8 for adults, £6 for kids, and £25 for a family of four. Under threes are free.