Where to see bonfire night fireworks display near Leeds and Bradford 2017
- Scott Henderson
- 18 October 2017
What time are fireworks in the city centres, Wetherby, Bingley, Haworth, Keighley and Skipton
Celebrate Bonfire Night with a bang at one of the many fireworks evenings planned in and around Leeds and Bradford. In Leeds city there's the free Bramley Park Fireworks Display (Fri 3 Nov), with the bonfire starting at 7pm, followed by the display at 7.30pm. East End Park (Fri 3 Nov) also has a bonfire and fireworks taking place at the same time, so choose wisely
Fri 3 Nov is a popular date for fireworks indeed. Head to Springhead Park, Woodhouse Moor or Middleton Park where all three have bonfires and displays starting at 7pm. Also on is the tradtional Roundhay Park Bonfire and Fireworks, where you can join 70,000 others to enjoy the biggest bonfire in Leeds, which is lit at 7.30pm. Roundhay's firework display will start at 8pm.
If you fancy escaping the city to celebrate then head to Wetherby's Stockeld Park Firework Display (Sun 5 Nov). Take the whole family: there's a cafe and lots to see and do onsite. Don't get too distracted and forget that the display starts at 5.30pm (and is choreographed to music!).
If you're closer to Bradford head to the Mirfield Cricket Club for a fun night Sat 4 Nov. It kicks off nice and early (5.30pm) so you can get back and have an early night. South of Bradford at Birkenshaw is the Fireworks Extravaganza at West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue on Fri 3 Nov, with its children's display at 7.30pm followed by the main at 8.15pm.
Also on is the Thornton Hall Farm Firework Extravaganza (Sat 4 Nov) in Skipton, with live music and the promise of world class fireworks.
For more info on Guy Fawkes fireworks displays around the UK, see our Bonfire Night Guide.