Bonfire Night 2016: Where you can watch fireworks in Norfolk

This amazing photo of the fireworks over the city of Norwich was taken by James Hustler

This amazing photo of the fireworks over the city of Norwich was taken by James Hustler - Credit: Archant

There's plenty happening across the county to help celebrate all things that go bang in the night!

Big Boom fireworks display at Norwich Castle from City Hall. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Big Boom fireworks display at Norwich Castle from City Hall. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE - Credit: Mark Bullimore/Mark Bullimore Photography

Bonfire Night is upon us and many families will be hosting their bonfire parties and firework displays. Here's some of the best places to enjoy Guy Fawkes fun and see the skies light up tonight.

• Wroxham Football Club Fireworks

Trafford Park,, Skinners Lane, Wroxham, November 6, gates open 5pm, £5, £2 children, pitchero.com/clubs/wroxhamfcWroxham Football Club are holding there annual fireworks display and bonfire event. Bonfire at 6.30pm and fireworks at 7.15pm Music before and after the fireworks, barbecue, hot food, hot drinks and licensed bar.

• Filby Fireworks

Fireworks in Norwich. Photo: Daniel Woodward, citizenside.com

Fireworks in Norwich. Photo: Daniel Woodward, citizenside.com - Credit: citizenside.com

Filby Playing Field, Main Road, Filby, November 6, gates open at 5pm, £4, £2 children, 01493 369250


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Bonfire lit at 6pm followed by fireworks display. Rides, hot food, bar, teas and free parking.

• Bodham Bonfire

Bodham Playing Field, November 6, gates 6pm, £2, £1 children, £5 per car, facebook.com/events/1196402437047034/

Fireworks in Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams

Fireworks in Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams

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Bodham community bonfire. Gates open at 6pm, bonfire lit at 6.30pm with the firework display at 7pm. Barbecue, entertainment and refreshments. Any garden waste for the bonfire can be left on the field between 9am and 3pm on Saturday.

• Gala Night Fireworks Display & Destruction Derby

Yarmouth Stadium, November 6, 5.30pm, £16 (£12 cons), £7 children, under-4s free, £43 family, www.yarmouthstadium.co.uk/motorracing/

Firework fun with extra bangs! Yarmouth Stadium's Gala Night includes caravan destruction derby, back to basics banger racing track championship series Grand Finale, Superstox, Safari Land Rover series. All followed by a Fireworks Spectacular.

• Lenwade Fireworks Extravaganza

Lenwade House Hotel, Fakenham Road, Lenwade, November 6, gates open 4.30pm, £7, £4 children, under-4s free, www.lenwadehouse.co.uk

The sky above Lenwade will be alight with an amazing fireworks display (6.30pm) from the professionals at Fireworks International. There will be a bonfire display (5.30pm) and meet Guy Fawkes before he goes up in flames! Take along your own small homemade Guy to send off in style! Glow sticks, sparklers will be available to purchase. Family entertainment, fun and food.

• Thetford Firework Spectacular

Barnham Cross Common, Thetford, November 6, leapinghare.org/events/norfolk-1/thetford-1/community-1/thetford-firework-spectacular/

Free family fun day at Barnham Cross Common from 2.30pm. Family entertainer Auntie Pearl from 3pm–4pm, firework display for children at 5.45pm, main firework display at 7.30pm. Live Music, fairground rides, sideshows, food and charity stalls.

• North Walsham Fireworks

Millfield Primary School, Recreation Road, North Walsham, November 6, £8, £5 children, www.millfield.norfolk.sch.uk/diary/detail/456583/Community fun day that starts at 3.30pm. Fireworks at 6.15pm. Hog roast, funfair, craft stalls, live music.

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