Remember, remember the fifth of November and plot a chance to celebrate Bonfire Night at a stunning fireworks display.

And we've collected some helpful suggestions for you, featuring some of the best events in the area. 

Family fireworks and bonfire at Swindon Cricket Club

Swindon's 'biggest firework display' is at Swindon Cricket Club, and on top of the firework display, there will be live DJ music, fair rides for children, a licensed bar and a selection of hot food. 

It will cost £6 for adults and £2 for children, gates open at 5pm.

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Lydiard fireworks and bonfire spectacular 

After being cancelled last year, Lydiard Park's big firework show is back with a bang. Staged by Swindon North Scouts, this year's bigger and better event will feature fairground rides, more parking and contactless payments. 

If booking in advance it'll cost £9 for an adult and £4 for a child, but paying on the day will cost you £1 more. Under 5s go free. Gates will open at 5.30pm.

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Swindon Lions fireworks and funfair

The Polo Ground will once again be the scene of a firework spectacular thanks to Swindon Lions. Other entertainment includes Edwards Funfair and BBC Wiltshire. There will also be refreshment stalls on site.

There's a free park and ride to the event from the Nationwide car park, Pipers Way, SN3 1TA, and the public is advised to allow 30 minutes to get from there to the venue. 

Advance ticket prices are Adult £7, Child £4, Family (2 adults and 3 children), or £20 and £9 for an adult and £5 for a child on the day. The display will start promptly at 6.45pm. 

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Other displays taking place include a free noiseless one in South Marston on October 29; Wroughton pub The Fox and the Hounds' boozy cocktail bar event on November 6 and the Red Oaks display with BBQ on November 3