The annual fireworks display is set to return to Swindon's Polo Ground on Saturday, November 4.

Alongside the fireworks display BBC’s Wiltshire James Threfell will be attending with Pudsey and there will be a funfair as well as refreshment stalls.

The tickets can only be bought in advance either online or at the One Stop shop along Guildford Avenue.

Access to the event will be from Marlborough Road and gates will open at 5pm, with the fireworks commencing at 6.45pm.

Tickets are £8 for adults, £5 for children or a family ticket, which provides admittance for two adults and three children, is £25.

There is no parking at the event but organisers suggest using the free park and ride at the Nationwide Car Park.

The display this year will celebrate 100 years of Disney, with a montage of recognisable pieces accompanying the fireworks.

Organiser, Richard High said: "We aim to provide value in the display - to make fireworks night something to look forward to for the whole family and a night that they will remember for a long time to come. 

"This is done in partnership with a number of professional organisations, putting on a show you won’t get in your garden at home."

Another organiser, Pete Kennewell said: “The best memories are seeing the enjoyment on the faces of people.”