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There are a whole host of Bonfires and Firework displays in and around the Lake District this year. We couldn’t list them all but here are just a few that may just be worth a visit!
Fireworks Night at Hayes Garden World, Lake Road, Ambleside. The fun starts at 6:00pm where you can enjoy an evening of food, fireworks and discounted late-night shopping. Admission is by ticket only which includes food. For more information and tickets call: 015394 33434
Coniston Bonfire and Fireworks at Coniston Sports & Social Centre, Coniston. This event kicks off at 6:45pm with Fireworks from 7:30pm. This is a great free event, but you can donate a little (or a lot!) to fund next year’s Bonfire.
Cartmel Village Trust is having their annual Bonfire and Fireworks display on Saturday 3rd November at Cartmel Racecourse. The bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm and the Fireworks display will commence at about 7.30pm. Refreshments are available all evening. This is another free event, but any donations will be gratefully received and used for the following year and also to maintain and develop the village playground.
Hawkshead Guy Fawkes Bonfire and Fireworks also promises to be an exciting night out for all the family at Hawkshead Recreation Ground. The fun starts at 6.30pm. Donations will be gratefully received at the gate, there will also be snacks and entertainment throughout the evening.
The Annual Bonfire Night extravaganza at Lindeth Howe Country House near Bowness-on-Windermere, is one not to be missed. Every year this ticketed event raises thousands of pounds for charity whilst putting on an unrivalled display. Lots of excellent traditional Bonfire Night food and drink will be on offer from 6.30pm. At 8pm the sky above Windermere will be lit up in a spectacular blaze of light and colour. For more information and tickets call: 015394 45759
The team at Lakelovers hope everyone has a wonderful Guy Fawkes night, yet we would like to remind you to take extra care at all these events and whilst out and about this weekend. Wherever possible please try to attend organised events rather than setting off your own fireworks. Remember this is a scary time for animals, wild and domestic alike so please do bear this in mind.