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Our favourite family-friendly firework displays…

Remember, remember the fifth of November! We've compiled our top 5 family-friendly places to watch a gorgeous display of fireworks to celebrate Guy Fawkes Night with a bit of sparkle!

1. Lord Mayor's Show, London

An all day event, starting at Mansion House (EC4N) with a fabulous fireworks display finale as the sun sets over the Thames, perfect for all the family with some sight-seeing thrown in. 

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2. Lewes Bonfire Celebrations, East Sussex

One of the most iconic bonfire celebrations in the world set in the historic town of Lewes, East Sussex.

Watch the town come alive with a festival including traditional parades, bonfires and fireworks to end the evening. 

3. Bridgwater Guy Fawkes Carnival, Somerset

A favourite with families, this carnival dates back to 1847, making it one of the longest standing Guy Fawkes celebrations in the UK.

With family entertainment, a fairground and a lantern parade to get the excitement going before the fireworks as the sun sets.

4. Sparks in the Park, Cardiff

Immerse yourself in cashmere whilst enjoying food, a funfair and the fireworks with the amazing backdrop of Cardiff Castle.

All the proceeds of the event go to charity - another great reason to go out there and enjoy!

5. Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival, London 

Set against panoramic views of London, Alexandra Palace Firework festival is happening twice this year, on Friday 4th and Satuday 5th November. 

With a day of the dead parade, lively craft beer village and spectacular fireworks display to light up the evening sky!

Staying in this Bonfire night?

We've put together the perfect family-friendly recipes to accompany a night in with a some sparklers! Read it here

Tags: eventsfireworkswinterautumnfamily
Posted on 30th October 2016 by Hush