REMEMBER, remember the fifth of November… it’s that time of the year again when the skies are set to be lit up by fireworks and bonfires. But where and when can you go to celebrate the festivities?

The fun will begin on Friday, with a few firework displays to look forward to.

Spectators can join in with Highworth Town Council’s Annual Firework Display. Or if you fancy going a little further afield this year, the Calne Bonfire & Fireworks Night is to be held at Beversbrook Sports and Community Facility starting at 6pm.

It’s family friendly and filled with live music, a fun fair, food, and a bar.

Although if you’re looking for activities to get involved with during the day, Steam, could be your destination with family fun trails, create your own journey through story-telling displays, and there is even a chance to climb aboard and drive the train simulator, walk underneath 80 tonnes of metal and even change the signals in the authentic GWR Signal Box.

On Saturday there will be a fireworks and bonfire spectacular at Lydiard Park from 5.30pm, organised by the 1st Purton and Lydiard Scout Group. It will include entertainment during the evening and live music from Interlight.

Organisers are asking anyone who is planning to attend the event to leave all of their own fireworks and sparklers at home.

Swindon Lions Fireworks Display will be held at the Polo Ground, Marlborough Road at 5.30pm and there will also be a funfair all evening, together with entertainment from Phoebe Maddison, who appeared on ITV’s The Voice Kids this year. Pudsey Bear will also be making an appearance to drum up support for Children In Need.

To help you get there, there will be a free park and ride from the Nationwide car park in Pipers Way.

Swindon Cricket Club will also be hosting a night of fireworks, bonfire and activities. Entry to the grounds will open from 6pm. The bar will be open, and food will be available to purchase on site.

On Sunday, The Fox & Hounds in Wroughton will begin proceedings at 5pm when they light the bonfire, with fireworks after. There will also be a barbecue, bar and fair rides.

You can always expect a spectacular display at Cricklade. On Monday the local cricket club in Abingdon Court Lane is again hosting this year’s event, which begins at 7.15pm when the guy competition will be judged, with the fireworks starting at 7.30pm.

The same night there will be a bonfire and fireworks display at Brinkworth Recreation Field at 6pm.