Let us know if we haven't mentioned your organised firework display
The safest way to enjoy fireworks on bonfire night is at an organised display.
With lavish Council displays, and unique village affairs, why bother creating your own Guy Fawkes at home when you can wrap up, relax, and enjoy the entertainment without the cost, and without annoying your neighbours?
On this page you can find out where the closest organised display is, and let us know about any others.
Stockton - Friday 5 November 2010
From 6pm to 8pm, the annual free firework event will be taking place as usual at Riverside Road, Stockton-on-Tees.
X Factor winner Joe McElderry will be on hand to entertain the crowds at 7pm, and after he's performed, the fireworks will begin. This year the event has a Bollywood theme.
The Millennium and Infinity footbridges will close at 7.20pm, approximately ten minutes before the display begins, and reopen as soon as possible after it finishes, around 8pm.
The Riverside footbridge will close from 6pm to 8.30pm, and the Princess of Wales bridge from 10am to 10pm. The North Shore gyratory road system will close from 6pm to 10pm and the Riverside Road from 6pm to 10pm.
Redcar - Friday 5 November 2010
This year's event with be held at The Stray, between Redcar and Marske.
Festivities start at 7:30pm and there will be a free park and ride service from Majuba Road car park from 6pm, as the Coast Road will be closed from 6pm until 9pm.
Middlesbrough - Friday 5 November 2010
Acklam RUFC will be putting on a firework display and bonfire, starting at 7.30pm.
Tickets are available on the gate, costing £3 per adult, £1.50 per child, and a family ticket is £6 (for two adults and two children).
Northallerton - Friday 5 November 2010
The town's main bonfire is on the Applegarth and is organised by firefighters from Northallerton fire station on behalf of the town council.
Gates open at 6pm and the fireworks display is at 6.30pm. The fire will be lit around 7.30pm.
Hartlepool - Saturday 6 November 2010
The display will take place on Seaton Carew Seafront, and is free to attend.
Children's funfair rides and stalls open at 4pm, and there will be entertainment from 5pm. The display will begin at 6.30pm.
Darlington - Saturday 6 November 2010
Darlington's event will begin at 6pm at South Park, and is free for all.
As well as the fireworks and music, there will be a laser show.
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