Where to see bonfire night fireworks displays near Bristol and Bath 2016

What time are fireworks in the city centres, Lydney, Weston-super-Mare, Dursley, Westbury and Chippenham

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A guide to bonfire and firework events in and around Bristol and Bath 2014

'Remember, remember, the fifth of November.' In Bristol, kids can take part in the children's lantern parade while the parents take advantage of licensed bar in aid of the local school at the Bishop Road Fireworks Extravaganza (Sat 5 Nov). Gates open at 5pm with tickets costs between £3–£6, available for advance purchase from Mon 31 Oct. Downend Fireworks Show (Fri 4 Nov) at King George V Playing Fields is also a charity event with a kids display at 6.30pm before the main display at 7.30pm

There's plenty happening outside the city too. Just across the severn, gates open at Lydney's Bathurst Park Fireworks (Fri 4 Nov) with gates opening at 6pm.

In Bath itself head to the annual Rotary Fireworks Display (Sat 5 Nov) starting at 5:30pm with fireworks from 7pm. Outside the city head to Chippenham for the Christian Malford Village Bonfire and Fireworks (Sat 5 Nov), which kicks off its annual village event at 5:30pm with fireworks at 7.30pm and live music either side.

For more info on Guy Fawkes fireworks displays around the UK, see our Bonfire Night Guide.

Bishop Road Fireworks Extravaganza

Glow in the dark fun, a children's lantern parade and a licensed bar plus a spectacular fireworks display in aid of a local school.

Christian Malford Village Bonfire & Fireworks

Annual village Bonfire Night celebrations rounded off with a fireworks display.

Bathurst Park Fireworks Display

Traditional bonfire and fireworks display, organised by Bathurst Park and Recreation Trust charity. Gates open at 6pm.

Bath Fireworks Display

Traditional Bonfire Night celebration with a spectacular fireworks display from 7pm.

Downend Fireworks Show

Charity event with a children's display at 6.30pm and then the main display at 8pm.

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