The Question: Where's the best place for Nov 5 celebrations?

We ask a question, you guys answer it. This month: where to watch the fireworks

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The Question: Where's the best place for Nov 5 celebrations?

@UllapoolBookFes
Definitely Ullapool. Great fireworks, huge bonfire, plus proper burgers or veggie-burgers, home-made lentil soup, cakes.

@Westbeer
There is ONLY one place. The WEST beer garden. Hot Sausages. Cold Beer. Not that we are biased or anything :)

Niki Boyle
As far as I'm aware there's no official display on around Arthur's Seat, but it's a great spot to watch fireworks going off elsewhere around the city. Calton Hill too.

@weescottishmum
Porty beach is always packed with families doing their own & loads of bonfires too, nice atmosphere :-)

@TheBazBowski
Easterhouse.

Brendan Miles
Top of Braid Hill is good for a panorama of the city. Unless I'm the one setting off the fireworks of course – in which case the Fire Brigade ended up having to put out a fire.

@CraigMcKeee
@Westbeer on the green, approach the aggressive council man and he will open the fence for you. Shhhh! It's a secret.

Sarah Reddie
Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline – they throw an organised display every year with Boogie from Forth One doing the countdown and music. It's a truly fantastic show and makes me feel like a little girl again!

@B0MBSKARE
Parliament.

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1. Bonfire Night Safety Team17 Oct 2013, 1:45pm Report

What ever you do for bonfire night, make sure that you follow the bonfire & fireworks safety information and #staysafe. A full interactive guide to bonfire night & firework safety is available here http://www.bonfire-night-safety.co.uk

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