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Firework Displays Taking Place on the 5th November

Remember remember the 5th of November.

Layer up for an exciting evening of incredible firework displays! We have listed some amazing firework displays that are due to take place on the 5th of November – Bonfire night!

Clydesdale’s Fireworks Night

Clydesdale Hockey Club, Glasgow South Side G41 4LA

Doors open – 6pm
Firework display – 8pm

Prices – Adults £8 / Kids £4 / Family of 4 £20

The Fireworks display at Clydesdale is hoping to bring everyone together to for a fantastic community event as bright and beautiful colours light up the sky! Here’s to another fantastic Clydesdale Fireworks Night!

Wrap up warm, enjoy some food and beverages, good company, and a spectacular fireworks show. Be sure to keep an eye out for the official Dale Glow Toys vendors; all profits benefit the Clydesdale Cricket and Hockey Club’s facilities.

There will be no sparklers allowed, no outside food or drink allowed, and all children must be accompanied by an adult. They will not be checking for vaccination passports because this is an outdoor event with less than 5000 attendees, but they have taken precautions to minimize any risks.

NB: If there is inclement weather, the event will be moved to Saturday (6th November 2021).

Inverness City Fireworks 2021


Firework display – 6:30pm

The skies above Inverness will be lit up on the 5th of November with a wonderful firework display. It is said to be the only local authority run firework display in Scotland taking place this year. Locals have been encouraged to enjoy the fireworks from their own locations rather than travelling down to the city centre to meet up for the display.

After a hard couple of years, everyone needs something to brighten up their lives and an array of colours exploding in the night sky will definitely do exactly that!

GHA Fireworks Display

Braidholm Braidholm Road, Giffnock,
G46 6EB

GHA Rugby Club are back to host their annual firework display! This one is bound to be incredible due to last year’s not being able to take place. GHA’s firework displays have been getting better and better each year so prepare to be amazed. Be sure to look out on their social media and website for any updates!

Fireworks in the Park

Dalry Road, Kilwinning, KA13 6HJ

Doors open – 4:30pm
Firework display – 5pm

Suggested donation on entry £5 a family or what you can afford

Kilwinning Community Events aims to put on the finest show in Ayrshire while also ensuring the safety of all visitors. Fireworks in the Park shall return to McGavin Park on Friday, November 5th.

We’ll repeat the lower-noise short family display at 6 p.m., which is better suited to younger kids owing to the timing or people who don’t enjoy the louder bangs.

The 18-minute themed music presentation will be performed for the second time in Kilwinning at 7:30 pm. This is part of their ongoing effort to provide the greatest show they can to their community. The goal of the show is for the music and fireworks to blend together to help hide some of the louder booms and decrease the noise effect far away from the arena.

If you get separated, ensure your children have a record of your name and phone number. If they become separated, tell them to go to any steward, and we’ll have lost children sign up at the pavilion in the park’s centre.

Please do not bring any fireworks, alcohol, or glass to the event, as we retain the right to search attendees.

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Remember remember the 5th of November.