Five fabulous family fireworks displays in Norfolk this weekend

PUBLISHED: 10:18 02 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:35 02 November 2017

Big Boom fireworks display at Norwich Castle from City Hall. Photo: Mark Bullimore

Big Boom fireworks display at Norwich Castle from City Hall. Photo: Mark Bullimore

Mark Bullimore Photography

Where to find fireworks in the city, in a park, by the sea, with flaming torches, or with fairground rides

In the city

The spectacular free Big Boom fireworks display from Norwich Castle, lights up city skies at 7.30pm tonight, Friday, November 3. Watch from vantage points across the city, or from St Peter’s Street to hear the show synchronised to music.

In a park

Fawkes in the Walks is the free bonfire and firework evening in The Walks park, King’s Lynn, tonight. The fun begins at 6pm, when the park will be packed with stalls and rides. The bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm, and the firework display is scheduled to begin at 8pm.

With a torchlight procession

The hugely popular Corpusty Bonfire tomorrow, Saturday November 4,

Corpusty Village Green, November 4, 6pm, admission by donation, starts with a torchlit procession at 6pm and includes an enormous bonfire, plus fireworks at 8pm.

By the sea

Hunstanton Round Table runs a bonfire and fireworks evening at the Cliff Top Car Park, Hunstanton, tomorrow, Saturday, November 4. The bonfire will be lit at 6pm, with fireworks at 7.30pm, plus funfair, stalls, live music from the Marham Military Wives Choir. Cars £15, pedestrians £5, children and over-65s £2.

With a fairground and music

A free family fun day at Barnham Cross Common, Thetford, begins at 2.30pm on Sunday, November, 5, with live music, sideshows, fairground rides and stalls. A firework display for children begins at 5.45pm with the main firework display at 7.30pm.

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