Bonfire Night: Fireworks displays in Lincolnshire - 2021
Here’s a list of all the Bonfire Night events and fireworks displays we have in Lincolnshire for 2021.
Make the most of your Bonfire Night celebrations by taking the family along to an organised Guy Fawkes night event in your area.
Sorry, we have no local fireworks displays for 2021 in Lincolnshire.
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The annual fireworks event just off Wragby Road will once again be lighting up the night sky with a firework and light show. The Lindum Sports Association’s bar will be open and selling both soft and alcoholic drinks, as well as tea and coffee. Food will also be on sale at the event as well.Lincoln | Lincolnshire
Come along to Lawrence Park in Thurlby for a brilliant evening of bonfire and fireworks! Gates open 6.00 pm and the fireworks are due to start at 7.00 pm so there will be plenty of time to grab a hot dog and refreshments at the BBQ which will be available throughout the evening.Thurlby | Lincolnshire
The annual Lindum Sports Association fireworks will take place on Sunday the 5th November 2017. As is now traditional, Lindum Hockey Club is supporting the family event. Gates will open at 5pm, with entertainment from 5:30pm onwards and the firework display taking place from 6:30pm.Lincoln | Lincolnshire
Gates open to our event at 6pm, and we provide designated car parking onsite free of charge. We serve hot and cold drinks, including a licensed bar, hot food provided by Ribs n Bibs 'Right on Q'. We also have a range of glow ware novelties available to purchase on the night.Woodhall Spa | Lincolnshire
Bonfire Night is a huge event across the UK with many local organisations, Charities and sports and social clubs putting on their own Bonfire Night displays to celebrate Guy Fawkes Night.
Bonfire Night has always been hugely popular with families and children and with many events growing into large local and regional attractions there is lots to see and do on Guy Fawkes Night. Many Bonfire Night events now feature funfairs, catering companies offering food and drink and licensed bars serving alcohol to keep the adults happy. Fireworks, although the main attraction of Bonfire Night, are now the grand finale of the event after fun has been had at the other attractions and activities.
Some of the biggest and best Bonfire Night events are hosted by charitable organisations such as the Round Table and Lions Club with volunteers providing a brilliant, value for money family experience where proceeds to go local charitable causes.