Last year's Clitheroe Community Bonfire and Fireworks Display.
This display will be after Bonfire Night on Saturday, November 10.
Tickets will be available from St Peter's and Padiham leisure centres, the Mechanics Theatre, Prairie Sports Village and Towneley Hall (cash only). Having no understanding why Bonfire Night should be noisier and brighter compared with other nights of the year, unsurprisingly both confuses and generates high levels of stress for our four-legged friends.
"From a safety point of view, we would encourage people to enjoy fireworks responsibly and attend organised displays".
Luton Fireworks Spectacular returns to Popes Meadow this year on Saturday, November 3.
The bonfire will be lit at 5pm, and there will be fireworks from 7pm.
A family event open to all is promised at Leweston School on Monday, November 5.
It's that time of the year again, with plenty of bonfire and fireworks events taking place across the county.
Family tickets are available for two adults and two children at £25.
Admission prices will be £10 for adults and £5 for children under 16.
Rob Taylor, group manager said: "Private bonfire parties and firework displays have the potential to be great fun if safety is kept in mind". There will be fireworks on the Cobb from 6.30pm, followed by a bonfire on the beach.
Lancashire is getting the Guys at the ready as another round of bonfires and fireworks displays are getting ready to light the skies around the red rose county..
On Sunday November 4 at 8pm, this is billed as the largest FREE firework display in Milton Keynes but there is a big fun fair to boot for all the family to enjoy.
The first rocket will be launched at 7pm followed by the lighting of the bonfire.
Cherry Hill Park, Ely: Crowds can enjoy barbecue food, take part in a Guy competition and help raise money for local charities.
It's all to do with Guy Fawkes who, on 5 November 1605, was arrested while guarding the explosives he and a team of accomplices had placed beneath the Houses of Parliament in London.
Remember, remember, the. second of November? It was created to disrupt a ceremony in which King James I's nine year old daughter was to be installed as the Catholic head of state.
By the 20th century, the event became more recognisable as the Bonfire Night we know today, with the setting off of fireworks a tongue-in-cheek metaphor for Guy Fawkes' sternly guarded cargo.
But it failed when authorities were tipped off by an anonymous letter.
In 2017, call-outs attended by Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue more than doubled during the week which included November 5 for incidents related to bonfire night or fireworks.
There are lots of chances to celebrate Bonfire Night in the Skegness area.